Marathon Florida Keys Fishing Forecast November 2017

The cooler November weather brings a massive influx of baitfish to the Marathon waters, ballyhoo most notably, and with them come our wintertime pelagic species. A day of fishing starts by filling the live well with live ballyhoo, as every … Read More

Crew Day on the SeaSquared

What does the SeaSquared Crew do on their day off?  They go fishing, of course! Capt. Jason, Marissa, Steve, Capt. Alex and Henry spent a few hours fishing in Hawk Channel in Marathon.  They brought back 2 nice size kingfish, … Read More

Sailfish for the Hertzog Group

The Hertzog group of fathers and sons, from Maryland, came to the Keys just in time for our winter cool down. Their first day of fishing was with Capt. Wayne on the channel humps where they got their eating fish … Read More

FREE Seminar on Yellowtail Snapper Fishing

Please join Christy and me for the next FREE fishing seminar sponsored and hosted by our home port, the 7 Mile Marina! Captain’s Blog – Captain Chris Johnson, SeaSquared Charters – September 8, 2010 My fellow charter captains and I will discuss … Read More

Biggest yellowtail of the year!

Marathon Florida Keys Fishing Report – July 1, 2010 – Teri and John Jordan return for some awesome snapper and grouper fishing on the reef. The Jordans visit the Florida Keys from their home in Manhattan IL several times a … Read More

Should you still come fishing? YES!

Source: Monroe County Tourist Development Council The following questions and answers are being provided for current and potential visitors to the Florida Keys. I heard that the Keys are in imminent danger of being affected by the oil spill. According … Read More

Tarpon Jumping at the Seven Mile Bridge

The tarpon were jumping last night at the Seven Mile Bridge for the first day of the Faro Blanco Invitational Tarpon Tournament (aka McDonald’s Tarpon Tournament). These shots were taken from the SeaSquared by Chris Babiana of Florida Keys Fish Tales. The … Read More

Florida Keys Fishing Report for May 12, 2010

Captain’s Blog – May 12, 2010 – Marathon Florida Keys – May is a busy time of year for fishing the Florida Keys.  It seems there’s a tarpon or dolphin tournament every time you turn around. The tarpon bite has … Read More

Florida Keys Fishing Report March 10, 2010

Captain’s Blog – March 10, 2010 – Marathon Florida Keys – It looks like we’re inching our way back to a normal weather pattern, but don’t quote me on that.  Regardless, there has been some outstanding fishing this past week. … Read More