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By: Randy Morrow
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For the shallow water angler, spring in the Florida Keys is a time of great anticipation. Water temperatures are on the rise and the winter cool fronts, with their stiff north winds, are on the wane. The number of fishable days increases, the tides push more water in and around our archipelago, and, most days, the air temperature is absolutely …

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Our spring/summer season is in full swing, and so is the flats fishing! If you’ve ever wanted to catch one of our “rockstar” flats fish (bonefish, permit, and tarpon) from a kayak, summer is a great time to hone your skills. The winds are usually light, making it easier to see fish and easier to cover water in a self-powered …

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Welcome! Whether you are a seasoned kayak angler or new to kayak fishing, I hope you’ll find this site interesting and informative. Kayak fishing is my passion, and I truly enjoy sharing that passion with others who want the “buzz” that comes from pursuing saltwater gamefish in a human-powered vessel. I am very fortunate to have the opportunity to fish some of the most gorgeous waters in North America - the fabulous Florida Keys and Key West.


Kayak fishing the Keys allows you to immerse yourself in nature, target fish that will test your skill and tackle, and do it all in a sublime tropical setting. Crystal clear water, warm tropical air, and an abundance of wildlife, both in and above the water provide an awe-inspiring background as you quietly paddle along, seeking some of the most challenging fish in the ocean.


My area of expertise is the Lower Florida Keys, which runs southwest from the west end of the Seven Mile Bridge along US1 to Key West, and includes oceanside flats, patch reefs and bridges, as well as the “backcountry”, an area of hundreds of square miles of shallow water and channels with good tidal flow and good fishing.    


Please roam around this site and enjoy your visit. If you decide to book a trip with me, or if you simply have unanswered questions, just shoot me a text, email, or phone call; I’m happy to help. And be sure to visit the frequently asked questions page, especially if it’s your first time fishing in the tropics. Thanks for visiting my site, and I hope we get to go kayak fishing together!

Randy Morrow,
Kayak Fishing Guide
ph. 305.923.4643
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Member - Jackson Kayak Fishing Team


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Keys kayak fishing

Kayak fishing in Key West and the lower Florida Keys

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