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Key West Kayak Fishing

While on a vacation to Key West, FL, Ann and I went on an kayak fishing trip. It was an unique experience and we had a blast. We meet up with our guide (Capt. Bill Keogh) at the old wooden bridge near Big Pine Key and No Name Key. There the "Mother Ship" was loaded with the fishing kayaks, drinking water, lures, and such. Then we motored out towards Bahia Honda State Park and the Seven Mile Bridge. Along the way, we spotted loggerhead sea turtles, manta rays, sharks, white herons, and other various wildlife.

Once we arrived at our destination, we parked the motor boat and loaded up the kayaks. They were completely outfitted with rods, reels, lures, bait, rod holders, and anchors. We paddled around the mangroves, casting into pockets and cover. We caught mangrove snappers, yellow tailed jacks, and barracuda. I had a small (3 foot) tarpon swim near my kayak, as well as a couple of rays and a shark!

After fishing for over 4 hours, we loaded the fishing kayaks and headed back to the marina. Ann and I both had a wonderful time. The guides were top notch, the scenery was magnificent and both Ann and I caught fish. What a great day! Below is the information about the guide service we used.

Key West Kayak Fishing
URL: http://www.keyskayakfishing.com
phone: 305-304-0337

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Key West Kayak Fishing Mothership
Key West Kayak Fishing Motoring
Key West Kayak Fishing Parked
Key West Kayak Fishing Ann in Kayak Key West Kayak Fishing Ann Paddeling Key West Kayak Fishing Brady Paddling
Key West Kayak Fishing Brady Fishing
Key West Kayak Fishing Brady removing hook
Key West Kayak Fishing Brady with Snapper
Key West Kayak Fishing back at the mothership Key West Kayak Fishing horizon Key West Kayak Fishing loading up



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