Home 2017-11-13T06:53:37+00:00

Fishy Business Charters – Fun fishing for all!

Come fish the waters off Key West with Captain Eric Evans. The Boat is a 31 foot Yellowfin and is conveniently located in the historic seaport of Key West at Conch Harbor Marina.
Fishing offshore of Key West we have many species to target including Mahi-Mahi (Dolphinfish), Wahoo, Sailfish, Marlin, and Blackfin Tuna.
Deep Sea fishing using electric or non-electric reels we can find Snowy Grouper, Blue and Golden Tilefish, and Swordfish.
For reef and wreck fishing there is an abundance of species. Some of the more popular would be Mutton Snapper, Yellowtail Snapper, Groupers, Amberjacks, Barracuda, King Mackerel, Sharks, Cobia, and Yellow eye Snapper.
In the back country we can target Tarpon, Shark, Snapper, Barracuda, and Groupers.

Why book with us?

  • No fuel surcharge
  • 4/6/8 hour trips
  • No fish cleaning fees
  • Ice, bait, tackle, license and water included
  • Separate cooler for food and beverages
  • Committed to providing best customer service

Learn more

See what our customers have to say

Find Us

Fishy Business Charters
951 Caroline St
Key West, FL 33040
(305) 731-5459

Fishing in Key West

Fishing the Southernmost city has many options. We are only miles away from the Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico which hosts many shipwrecks that hold the infamous Goliath Groupers and other big predatory fish.
The reef in the Atlantic is the 3rd largest natural reef in the world. It is home to thousands of species of fish and coral. A true variety of species can be caught here.

The Marquesas is a group of islands about 25 miles west of Key West. These islands are most famous for sport fishing and the discovery of the shipwreck “The Atocha” which held millions of dollars of treasure.

Another 35 miles to the west is the Dry Tortugas National Park, most famous again for fishing and holding Dr. Samuel Mudd who was convicted of conspiracy with the assassination of President Lincoln.

Straight south of all of this is the offshore playground of all the pelagic fish like Dolphin, Tuna and Marlin. I believe it would take many trips or a lifetime to experience all the fishing Key West has to offer!

Recent fishing reports

Fishing Season Open

It seems that the outdoorsmen and women have had enough of being sheltered at home. The fishing season was slashed but since re opening we have been out almost everyday!   Typically our busy […]

Key West is Open!

Once again we are allowed to have people come down and enjoy the beauty of our island. The waters have been mostly boat free and the fish have been plentiful. Many people have […]

Tunas Appearing Offshore

The New Year has brought many cold fronts our way.  Finally after a bunch of high winds we have been getting back out and hitting the Atlantic!  Offshore has been producing tunas and […]

Top 5 reasons to visit Key West

  • Safe Travel: This is the closest you will get to the Caribbean while still staying inside the USA
  • Variety: Fish multiple days and fish the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic or fish both in one day. If the wind is up and you are prone to sea sickness the back country can give relief with calm seas and shallow waters, making it very comfortable for sea sick prone individuals.

  • Night life: If you are a night owl the world famous Duval Street is within walking distance from the boat and many of the hotels in town. Sloppy Joes, Margaretville, Irish Kevin’s, and Hogs Breath bars are the most famous.

  • Food: If you don’t practice catch and release and want to have your catch cooked, Dante’s Pool Bar is footsteps from the boat. They have a great “Cook Your Catch” offer that is hard to beat! If you bring in your catch it is hard to find fresher fish than that! For other Food options the Island has many great restaurants. Higher end restaurants include Prime 951, Latitudes on Sunset Key, and AB Lobster House. For a more casual lunch or dinner Dantes, Alonzo’s, or the Boat house offer nice meals. For a local and quick bite try Fishermen’s Café, Garbo’s Grill, and Cuban Coffee Queen!

  • Activities: Fishing is always highest on the list! But after that Key West hosts many other activities including sunset cruises, para sailing, Mallory Square, Smathers Beach, Dry Tortugas National Park, jet ski tours, Glass Bottom Boat, snorkeling, scuba diving, and sandbar island cruises.