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Miss Chief Charters

1313 Ocean Bay Drive

Key Largo, Florida

305-393-2430

Dan@MissChiefCharters.com

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Florida Keys Fishing Blog

December 30, 2019

@MissChiefCharters - Early December brought the first cold front through the Florida Keys. A large mass of wahoo, sailfish and Blackfin tuna made their way through the gulf stream waters off Key Largo. We had multiple catches of wahoo and sailfish several days in a row...

February 7, 2019

Another February brings on the 30th Annual Poor Girls Sailfish Tournament back to Islamorada, Florida Keys. This was our second consecutive year fishing the tournament on Miss Chief. Our Anglers were my wife Gemma and friends Cindy & Karissa. Fishing was slow for the m...

January 24, 2019

Every so often a fishery becomes the stuff of legends. Well, Sir, the South Florida Sailfish fishery is that and more, right now. Record numbers of our favorite spindle beaks are making their annual migration through the Straits of Florida.  Florida Keys Anglers are ho...

November 30, 2016

As the season changes from hot to not so hot, fishing has begun to make its seasonal transition. Fishing in Key Largo moves from deep offshore waters to the nearshore coastal waters off the edge of the reef. Tactics also change from trolling lures & rigged baits to dri...

January 8, 2016

 

Beautiful weather and amazing fishing have arrived in the Florida Keys. The new year started off with a bang out in the offshore side of Key Largo & Islamorda. Big schools of wahoo made a week long appearance in the waters just off the edge of the reef. We caught waho...

October 15, 2015

As weather begins to cool in the Florida Keys, our fishing makes the transition from the summer trolling season to winter live bait fishing. Already we are experiencing good catches of sailfish, blackfin tuna and king mackerel. On the bottom we are catching nice black...

September 19, 2015

Our late season deep sea mahi mahi fishing keeps getting better and better. As of late we have been finding big schools of mahi over 10lbs that are biting every bait we throw. These mahi have been in as close as 300 ft and as far out as 2000+ ft, so covering ground til...

August 12, 2015

Fishing is as good as it gets here in the Florida Keys.

Offshore we are finding large schools of mahi mahi, from schoolie size to larger fish over 20lbs. Also mixed in are  tuna, wahoo, tripletail and billfish. Birds working, weedlines and floating debris have been key...