What a day yesterday! Reef fishing is great in Key West, we found Spanish, Cero and a nice King Mackerel fishing patch reefs around the island. Lots of happy folks and new friends on the Salty Goat. Join us for a fun trip…..book now!
Goat Life! Come on and join us for a great fishing experience in sunny Key West! Leave the snow and cold behind and come to our little slice of paradise. Book online or call us now for reservations (305) 900-8765!
The last few days have been amazing! Not only catching the normal suspects….Yellowtail, Gray Snapper and Grouper, we have been having a great time hauling in Cero and Spanish Mackerel. Come on and join us for a fun day of fishing on the Goat!
A man was on the water for his weekly fishing trip. He began his day with an 8-pound bass on the first cast and a 7-pounder on the second. On the third cast he had just caught his first ever bass over 11 pounds when his cell phone rang.
It was a doctor notifying him that his wife had just been in a terrible accident and was in critical condition and in the ICU. The man told the doctor to inform his wife where he was, and that he’d be there as soon as possible...
Florida Keys shark fishing has become the ultimate adventure for sport fishing enthusiasts.
Why? Because sharks are everywhere. In the bays, the Key West flats, the ocean deep, and even in freshwater.
However for many people, just the sound of the name shark makes their blood run cold. They envision heartless, merciless killers who stalk, rip and tear. They see blood dripping from horrible gaping mouths.
Summertime in Key West is in full swing during July! Many fun events take place throughout the month, including Independence Day celebrations, Mel Fisher Days and Hemingway Days. Take advantage of the warm weather with outdoor activities like Fury’s Ultimate Adventure trip or the Key West Marlin Tournament.
Nearly every major city or vacation destination in the United States lays claim to an iconic dish. In Chicago, it's deep-dish pizza. In Philadelphia, it's cheesesteaks. In Texas, it's brisket.
In South Florida, it's key lime pie. Named for the small citrus fruits said to have been introduced in the area in the 1830s by Henry Perrine, a botanist and diplomat who discovered the plant in Mexico, this tart and creamy dessert can be found on almost every menu in the Sunshine State.
#1 - Conch train tour
#2 - Walk Duval Street
#3 - Key West historic harbor and boardwalk
#4 - Custom house museum and the history of Key West
#5 - Audubon House
#6 - Hemingway House
#7 - Key West Lighthouse
#8 - Key West Aquarium
#9 - Shipwreck museum