Whether you are seasoned angler or just want to see what the excitement is all about, Captain Roy Heverly is ready to put you on the fish and show you a good time. With over 30 years as a professional fisherman, we believe you will not find a more experienced, harder working charter fishing Captain anywhere in the Florida Keys.
We can customize your trip for your group. Captain Roy will give suggestions and options for you to choose from. Local weather patterns will usually determine what may be the best option for any given day. . Some popular fishing charters options are:
*We specialize in light tackle fishing
Based on 4 passengers, $100 per extra passenger
Maximum 6 passengers
1/2 day (4 hours) $600.
3/4 day ( 6 hours) $800
full day (8 hours) $1000.
Tips are not required but if you feel the Captain did a great job tipping is always appreciated.
Call or Email Lisa today to reserve your fishing charter Lisaandroy09@gmail.com
Fishing charters Departing from
Cudjoe Gardens Marina
477 Drost Drive
Cudjoe Key, Fl. 33042
just twenty minutes from Key West and thirty miles from Marathon Key.
April is one of the best months to catch Tarpon in the Florida Keys. The migratory pattern of tarpon brings hundreds of thousands of them every spring into the clear, shallow water of the Florida Keys
The Florida Keys remain a prime location for the adrenaline-pumping sport. The spaciousness of the area and numerous fishing spots mean you don’t get overly crowded or cut off by other tarpon fishing charters The Keys are uniquely located in the middle of the annual tarpon fishing migration, so you can catch tarpon almost year-round. As a bonus, it’s not unusual while Tarpon fishing Florida Keys flats and bridges to catch tarpon weighing in over 100 pounds!
One of our favorite species to target is Blackfin tuna. They are powerful, strong-swimming & hard-fighting fish that are a blast to hook up. They feed in schools near the surface and voraciously hit almost any bait, which makes for an action-filled day of fishing. Smaller than its yellow fin and bluefin cousins, and one of the most powerful fish you can catch in the Florida Keys.
It’s not unheard of to catch a 30 pounder , though single-digit weights are more typical. What they lack in size, they sure make up for in strength and numbers. Interestingly enough, the Keys hold the world record for the species, with a 45 lb 8 oz Blackfin caught in 1996 in Key West.
,Winter in the Florida Keys means time for sailfish fishing. The peak of the Sailfish season is generally in March and April although Sailfish are caught here year round. Honored as the official saltwater fish of the state of Florida, these fast-moving, beautiful, and challenging fish are quite the catch. They have the distinction of being the fastest fish in the ocean, topping out at speeds up to 75 miles per hour. Expect to use live baits beneath kites and also use live chum to create a feeding frenzy for sight-casting.
Whatever your skill level catching your first sailfish is something you never forget. Their aerial acrobatics, ‘tail-walking’, stamina, speed and unmatched beauty make sailfish fishing a one-of-a-kind experience.
Reef fishing is guaranteed action with a wide variety of species and is Just a short run from the dock . This makes for a great choice for families with kids as well as for novice anglers .The North American Coral Reef Tract runs northward along the entire length of the Florida Keys and beyond. This is the only living coral reef in North America. You’ll be fishing in waters running from roughly 5 to 60 feet deep, depending on the area and the bite. Often, larger mutton snapper and grouper will come in to the patch reefs to feed on bait schools, while resident yellowtail snapper are very dependable . In any case, you can count on tasty fish for dinner
Some of the best Permit fishing in the world clear shallow flats where you'll target Permit, Bonefish, Tarpon, Sharks and Barracuda