Sunday, December 18, 2016

Sunday, Sunday, Sunday At the Post Card Inn--Islamorada, Florida Keys

Did I mention it is a Sunny Sunday today at PCI ! Florida Keys fishing is very diverse and Islamorada is in the heart of it all---short ride to the reef fishing---closest entrance to the Everglades National Park in the backcountry---The Post Card Inn is right in the middle of it all--best of both fishing worlds!
Largest Offshore Charter /Back Country Fleet in the Florida Keys. We are caught right now in the holiday inbetween time--everyone getting ready for Christmas so it has been slow people wise and just a few boats getting out fishing everyday but the fishing has been great---Offshore those sailfish have been biting their beaks off , lot of days multiple flags flying indicating sailfish releases when the Charter Boats return from fishing--- The Captains are flying their fishing kites and slow trolling deep rods at the same time--- now here's the golden opportunity to catch a bunch of different species of fish---Sailfish Kingfish, Mutton Snapper, Grouper, Tuna ,Bonita and  Jacks of all kinds!
When they anchor they almost do the same method except the Yellow tail Snapper come up behind the boat to the chum and there's more good eating going into the cooler!
Now Backcountry wise the Snook have been making an excellent Showing along with some Spanish mackerel , Sea trout ,redfish and snappers--- 3/4 to a fullday charter is best as the BC Captains have to go a bit further into the Everglades National Park to get to their secret holes--LOL
I have a few pictures today -- they just might get the blood flowing for you to book a trip or two-- speaking to some of the Captains there are still some Choice dates available -Christmas till just after New Years available---in fact make that a New years resolution ---catch a Sailfish, catch a Snook go fishing here in Islamorada!
here's a few pics for you if I don't botch it up --LOL

Now that is a Snook Smile if I ever saw one

Now That is a trophy size Snook

Everglades Park Snook , a real nice one  
you can see these Snook were all caught on different days with different anglers
Pictures were courtesy of Captain Steve Murray over on the Post Card Inn Backcountry Dock

This beautiful 65 pound Sailfish was caught aboard the "First Choice" with Capt. Larry Wren and released to fight another day for some lucky fisherman!

Hope these got the juices Flowing!
Now you just have to book your Reservations
Let's hop to it New Years resolution remember
To book an Offshore Charter  call us!
Direct Backcountry line-

For your Post Card Inn Room Reservation call
hope to see you here next week

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