Got down to Montauk a couple weeks ago. As always writing a report late make it very difficult for me to write something good. I was visiting Chris Miller and we had hoped to run offshore and look for pelegic fish but the wind and water did not really cooperate. I got to a couple […]Read More
Welcome to Deep-Blue-Water.net spearfishing blog of Benjamin Shepardson. If you are interesting in booking a spearfishing charter in Key West please email me via the form to the right or you can text or call me (305) 853 6036. If you just want to look at spearfishing pics and trip reports please scroll down to the blog below.
Key West Spearfishing Charters – Lobstering Charters
If you are coming to Key West and want to get in the water and shoot your dinner give me call and I can set it up for you. Or use the form to the right ->
I have a Captain’s license and access to several charter boats and can put together a trip for pretty much any group or individual.
Key West is probably one of the best places in the country to try spearfishing, especially if you are just starting out. We have mild weather and a decent fishery, where the fish are pretty plentiful and you do not have to dive deep to in order to get your first fish or lobster.
We are very knowledgeable in the local fishery. We knows where to go, even if the wind is blowing and we can teach you. We also has all the gear you need to get in the water and start fishing.
We have large areas of shallow water surrounding Key West and the mangrove islands around it, which are teeming with hogfish, grey snapper, porgies and lobster. Some of the most productive spots in these areas are around 10 feet deep which is perfect for someone just starting out.
If you are someone who has already been spearfishing for a while and you want to come to Key West to target bigger fish, I can work something out for you as well.
You can either go with Captain Chad who is a multiple world record holder, on his Kevlar Cat. Or you can go with me and/or Captain Ryan on his 28 foot whitewater.
All of us have years of experience diving the Marquesas and the water surrounding Key West. We are out fishing all of the time and usually know where the water is clear and what you best bet is in terms of fish to target.
You want to run far and try to get a trophy grouper? You want to drift the blue water and target wahoo and big king mackerel? I can help you with any type of trip. I am on the water diving all the time and I have the knowledge on the current conditions to make your trip a success.
Well here I am in Key West and it’s blowing like crazy. It seems like it has blown pretty continuously now for a month. We got like two calm days so far in January and the month is over in 3 days. Anyways nothing of interest to report this month but last month I had […]Read More
Well last day in Mexico Garrett and I killed it. Not only that but Cat was with me so we got a lot of photos. I feel bad for Seaver and Ugis missing the day but fishing is fishing you never know what is going to happen. Wahoo Stacked Everywhere! After a spending a few […]Read More
My mom came to visit me & Cat while I was staying in La Paz and we got out on the water one day to swim with the sea lions and whale sharks. We really had a great day on the water, calm seas great visibility. We did the whole eco-tour of the Espiritu Santo […]Read More
Been in Mexico the last couple weeks and the fishing has been pretty slow. The Islands near La Paz have been pretty dead. At first it seemed OK but now after being out a few times it really is pretty bad near the La Paz this time of year. No sure if it is because […]Read More
I have been visiting family in NY this month and was able to try diving somewhere new, for a change. Montauk is a fishing/beach town on the southern tip of Long Island. Quite a drive from where my family lives, but well worth the drive if for the diving. I went out twice while I […]Read More