Marathon Fishing Charters: Latest Adventure

  • This months fishing report is going to cover the Gulf of Mexico, the Atlantic reef, and the Atlantic offshore waters. Starting with the … [Read More]

    Marathon Fishing Report: September 2014
  • The fishing report for December will start back in the Gulf of Mexico. The Wrecks out back have been loaded with nice size mangrove snapper … [Read More]

    Catch Your Limit Fishing the Wrecks Out Back This Winter in Marathon FL

Marathon Fishing Charters w/ Captain Brent Kindell

Marathon fishing charters include offshore, gulf, and reef fishing from half day to full day. Depending on what's in season, we can target whatever you want to catch, from dolphin, to snapper, to tuna and more. The fishing trip can be tailored to the group, as well. If you want a family fun trip for kids, we can do some light-tackle reef fishing for snapper and other fast-action fishing. Or, if you prefer to go offshore and catch some big, hard-fighting fish, we can target the wrecks and Gulf stream for dolphin or tuna. Whatever fishing trip you have in mind, provided your target is in season, my Marathon fishing charters provide an adventure to remember.

Coral Charters Video

Lobstering in Marathon

Types of Marathon Fishing Charters

On most days in Marathon in the FL Keys, you can fish wherever you want from the Gulf, to inside the reef to offshore and the Gulf stream. A typical half day charter would last four hours and would most likely involve fishing for varieties of delicious snapper and grouper on the reef or in the Gulf. Target species normally include mutton snapper, mangrove snapper, yellowtail snapper, grouper, and occasionally cobia. A standard full day fishing charter in Marathon FL will get you offshore after bigger varieties of fish. Dolphin fishing is one of the most popular and exciting charters to take. Tuna are also fun to target offshore fishing and provide a fun and fast-paced fight.

Marathon Fishing Report: December 2013

Mutton Snapper Catch in Marathon Fishing report

This months fishing report is going to cover the Gulf of Mexico, the Atlantic reef, and the Atlantic offshore waters. Starting with the Gulf of Mexico, the mangrove snappers have moved back from the reef and are back on the wrecks in the gulf. On almost every trip we have caught red grouper and gag […]