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Bonefishing Key West

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Bonefishing In Key West Florida

Welcome to Key West, home to some of the best bonefishing in the world! Bonefish are prized game fish known for their speed, strength, and elusive nature, making them a thrilling challenge for anglers of all skill levels. With its shallow flats and clear waters, Key West provides the perfect habitat for bonefish, offering anglers the opportunity to test their skills against these silver bullets

To make the most of your bonefishing experience in Key West, consider hiring a local guide or charter. These experienced professionals know the waters of Key West like the back of their hand and can provide valuable insights and tips to help you land the bonefish of your dreams.


Bonefishing Guides Of Key West

Fishing the flats of Key West since 1994. Capt. Steven is a Veteran. Boasting state of the art boats and the best equipment money can buy to use daily with his clients. Specializing in Permit, bonefish and tarpon fishing using Spin or fly fishing tackle made by DAIWA and ORVIS. 

Fishing all the Lower Keys, year-round between Bahia Honda, Key West, and the Marquesas atoll, locally born guide Capt. Nate Wheeler can get you hooked up.  Fly or spin fishing, Capt. Nate is an extremely friendly and energetic guide willing to work with all ages and angling abilities.

Call Direct 1-305-394-2177
Email CaptNateWheeler@aol.com

About Bonefishnig in Key West

Bonefishing in Key West is a year-round activity, with peak season typically occurring from March to October. During this time, bonefish can be found in abundance on the flats and channels surrounding the island, providing ample opportunities for anglers to hook into these powerful fish. Our flats fishing guides use light tackle spin fishing rods and fly fishing gear. Be specific when you call as to how you would like to target them.

Key West is committed to conserving its bonefish population for future generations. Anglers are encouraged to practice catch and release to help protect this valuable species.