Late Fall Key West Fishing Report from Key West Top Guides
11/25/2009

Just before the start of Key West fishing's high season, anglers going on Key West fishing charters this November and December can expect to find some rare catches including the hard-fighting Amberjack species

Online PR News – 25-November-2009 – – Despite the fall month's smaller crowds in Key West Florida, the abundance of marine species caught on the various Key West fishing charters remains stable year-round. While different species are more plentiful in different seasons, there is always something to catch on a Key West fishing trip, and plenty of it. Key West's leading center and website for Key West fishing charters and fishing Key West information, KeyWestTopGuides.com, reports that the next few months will find plenty of some of the classic Key West fishing species as well as some more rare ones such as the hard-fighting Amberjack.

This November, the Key West Top Guides reports that many of their offshore Key West fishing charters out to the Atlantic Ocean have been successful in catching the large Amberjack fish. Amberjack can be caught in the off-shore waters off the coast of Key West year-round, but October and November are known as the primary months for this species.

Typically weighing between 40 and 50 pounds, snagging an Amberjack on a Key West fishing is a truly satisfying feeling for anglers of any experience. It is not only their size and weight that makes catching this species so rewarding, but also their skilled and persistent way of fighting the angler.

"It takes a good amount of time, dedication and knowledge of the world of fishing to properly catch this species, but this is what Key West fishing charters are all about," says the office manager and long-time Key West fishing enthusiast Joe Barfield. "The Key West fishing charters captains we work with know what they're doing and they have been fishing the waters of Key West for years and years. The exciting part of going on a Key West fishing charter with an experienced guide is that you are going into the world of fishing Key West alongside someone who knows these waters and knows these fish."

Other species that are highly abundant or mildly regular during these months include yellowfish tuna, kingfish, mackerel, and sailfish. The Key West Top Guides runs fishing Key West trips every day of the year with off-shore, light tackle, back country, and wreck trips. To find the type of Key West fishing charter that is right for you, as well as the experienced Key West fishing captain that is best for you, browse KeyWestTopGuides.com or call the center directly at 1-800-595-8772.

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