Reef / Wreck Fishing Charters

Some of the best fishing to be had in the Florida Keys lies miles from shore, it’s what we call Reef fishing. In minutes you’ll be on top of mutton snapper, yellowtail, grouper, mackerel and other fun fighting, good tasting fish. Whether its summer or winter these coral outcroppings hold fish. These trips are great fun for everyone whether you are a serious angler looking for that trophy fish for the wall or a family out for an exciting day of rod bending action this is the trip for you.

Meet Our Wreck and Reef Fishing Captains

Name of Boat
DirtyBoat 46′ Hatteras Joe Saba + Kit Carson Book Now
Cats in the Hat 36′ Hatteras Erik Greenwood Book Now
Contagious 34′ Freeman Brian Cone Book Now
Fishin’ Pole 33′ Albamarle Arek Wojick Book Now
Blue Heaven 32′ Regulator Skye Stanley Book Now
Go Time 26′ WorldCat Galon Johnson Book Now
Rick Cannon Charters 26′ Goldline Rick Cannon Book Now
Bamboo Charters 25′ Contender Matt Bellinger Book Now
Satisfaction 25′ Parker Brian McCadie Book Now
Howell Charters 21′ Hydrasport Ron Howell Book Now
Katsikas Charters 20′ Pioneer Jason Katsikas Book Now


You simply can’t go wrong on the reefs if you like mixed bag fishing. You’ll be inside the barrier reef, mostly fishing in 12 to 35 feet. Out of Robbie’s, for instance, Alligator reef begins at about 3.5 miles, the average depth from the shore to the reef is 15-45 feet. With good water clarity, you can easily sight the shallower patches by their dark coloration. Our experienced guides grew up fishing these coral outcroppings. This is light tackle fishing at its finest. Imagine a 26 inch mutton snapper on 12 pound test, but reel fast and keep him from rocking you up on the bottom! o Traveling a bit further out to some of the deeper Wrecks, you can find larger Mutton Snapper, Grouper and Amberjacks. With the Wrecks only being 3-5 miles offshore it is a short boat ride to much larger species.

Call our knowledgeable staff for more information.
Call (305) 664-8070

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