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Triple J Charters specializes in light tackle fishing for Sailfish, Dolphin, Tarpon, Wahoo & Tuna.
Fish Key West, the Marquesas and the Dry Tortugas for Grouper, Mutton Snapper, Yellowtail, Kingfish, Shark & Cobia
Fish offshore of Key West for Marlin, Dolphin, Wahoo, and Swordfish.

fishing key west for swordfish, sailfish, dolphin, tuna and grouperErnest Hemingway wrote about. John Audubon drew it. Zane Grey fished it. Now its your turn. Discover the charm and fascination of Key West, the Marquesas, and the Dry Tortugas. Located just 129 miles south of Miami at the end of the picturesque overseas highway sits Key West, probably ranks among the worlds great fishing destinations. Key West offers a blend of tropical weather, tropical foliage, fine dining, plenty of night life, and accommodations for any budget. Key West has so much to offer tourists from around the world. Key West has plenty to do, snorkeling and scuba diving, shopping, eco-tours, museums, and of course the fine dining and great ledgendary watering holes.

But with all Key West has to offer, Captain Jason J. Johnson fishing key west for swordfish, sailfish, dolphin, tuna and grouperof Triple J Charters calls Key West home is for it's world class fishing.

When it comes to charter fishing, Key West is unique, because it offers total year round fishing charters. The Atlantic side of the island offers marlin, swordfish, sailfish, dolphin (mahi mahi), tuna, and wahoo. The many reefs and wrecks offer some of the best bottom fishing anywhere in the world. Giant grouper, mutton snapper, yellowtail snapper and amberjack can be found all along the coast of Key West. fishing key west for swordfish, sailfish, dolphin, tuna and grouper

Depending on the season and weather conditions, when it may be to rough to fish out in the ocean, the shallow flats out in the Gulf of Mexico offer tarpon, bonefish, permit and barracuda plus many other species to take a cast at. Key West harbor is known to have one of the great tarpon fisheries anywhere.

About 30 miles west of Key West is a small group of barrier islands called the Marquesas. Charter fishing in the Marquesas is as diverse as anywhere else around Key West. The flats, grass flats and deeper water offer the angler chances at tarpon, permit, bonefish, shark, barracuda, snook, redfish and jack key west for swordfish, sailfish, dolphin, tuna and grouper Grouper and snapper fishing is also great along the way to the Marquesas.

Seventy miles out into the Gulf of Mexico sits the Dry Torgtugas. Fort Jefferson is located in the Dry Tortugas as well as some of the greatest charter fishing anywhere. Grouper and snapper are plentiful and trolling off in deeper water you can find kingfish, dolphin (mahi mahi), sailfish and wahoo. Captain Jason of Triple J. Charter Fishing gives you the best of what Key West has to offer in a fishing vacation in Key West.

At the end of the day, remember the great restaurants and watering holes Key West has before returning to your hotel

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Triple J Charters
Cudjoe Key, Florida
Phone: 305-304-4402
Hurricane Hole Marina
5130 Overseas Hiway
Key West, Florida