Too Lethal can take you Wreck Fishing in Key West, FL
Feel like taking an ocean adventure? Captain Scott Gordon and his Too Lethal Fishing Charter can take out for a fishing adventure! One such adventure is Wreck Fishing.
If you’ve never heard of it before, Wreck Fishing is fishing in rough bottom, artificial reefs, and actual shipwrecks! It’s pretty amazing to be out to sea to fish, specifically around a shipwreck with a lot of colorful history behind it.
Plus, there are many wrecks in the surrounding waters of Key West to choose from.
Types of Fish found in Wrecks
The type of fish you will find wreck fishing will depend on the time of year and where the wreck is located.
Wrecks found along the Gulf of Mexico
Wrecks in the Gulf of Mexico usually have cobia, mangrove snapper, king mackerel, barracuda and shark.
A look at the Barracuda
The barracuda is a ray-finned fish known for its large size and fearsome appearance. Its body is long, fairly compressed, and covered with small, smooth scales.
Wrecks located in the Atlantic Ocean
Wrecks in the Atlantic Ocean tend to have greater amberjack, African pompano, blackfin tuna, wahoo and others.
A look at Blackfin Tuna
Blackfin Tuna is the smallest species of tuna, generally growing to 39 inches max, and weighing 46lbs. And on the bright side, it’s a sustainable fish!
Give Captain Scott Gordon a call if you want to give Wreck Fishing a try!
700 Front St.
Key West, Florida