Hello! First time poster here.
My son and I are planning a fishing adventure for May / June next year and he picked the keys as a spot where he wanted to go fishing. Can anyone please let me know what we can expect to be typical target species both offshore and on wrecks at that time of year?
I've scoured the internet looking for calendars, etc but find a lot of conflicting information, and I fully appreciate that conditions are variable. Just looking for some guidance to help me make sure this is a good time to come!
We are looking for some good fights!
Are blackfin tuna, wahoo, bonita, and sailfish around then too? Or is that when they are moving out?
23' Pursuit CC
"Aint no point getting out of bed if you aint living the dream" - Sturgill Simpson
MulletFord, given that we are flexible, do you think we'd be better off planning earlier or later? Or is it always good, just with different target species?
As far as scheduling, it really depends on what you want to target (if anything). If you want sailfish, come earlier. If you want tuna/Dolphin come a little later. You just want action and your open to what that looks like come almost anytime. That's one of the great benefits of the Keys.