Key West Deep Sea Fishing Blog

July 15, 2010

Key West Information

Filed under: Uncategorized — CaptainJoe @ 11:27 am

We really haven’t been fishing alot lately but when we did, it acturally was fishing. One day we caught 20 dolphin, but we released 18 of them because of their size. We have caught cero mackeral, yellowjacks, amberjacks (fun, fun, fun because of their size), bonito, barracuda and yellowtail snapper. One day, we were driving down through Big Pine Key near sunset and we saw a key deer. No matter how long we have lived in the keys (Joe since 1946 and I have been here since 1967) we always get excited when we see one. They are tiny deer and only live in Big Pine Key, so it is exciting to see one. They only come out to the highway at sunrise or sunset to eat. As we were cruising across the bridges, the sun was starting to set and it was absolutely gorgeous. I am sure that everyone thinks their sunsets are beautiful where they live, but I think Key West is famous for them. Captain Joe said that the sun looked like an orange ice cream cone that melted into the water and then the colors spread on top of the water. The sea was so calm that it was hard to tell the horizon. The sky had reds, oranges, purples, blues..too many colors to name. At our age, we still marvel at the beauty.

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