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You can expect to come back with yellowtail, various types of snapper and maybe a grouper, kingfish or dolphin. Prices vary from $35 to $50 per angler. A variety of party boats are located up and down the Keys. OFFSHORE FISHING: The Florida Keys might just be the world capital for sportfishing. Marlin, known as “the man in the blue suit,” and sailfish, known as “the man in the pin-striped suit,” are what the big boys want. The catch is almost always released. Dolphin (actually dorado or mahi-mahi), amberjack and kingfish are pursued for the table and are much more likely catches.
Many are raised wooden walkways and can be easily enjoyed by most able-bodied visitors. The Keys have a number of parks and beaches where you can stretch your legs and watch for birds and other wildlife. Walks over the flats and channels of Florida Bay along the bridges from the old Overseas Highway are a wonderful way to observe sea birds and marine life from on high. Turtles, sharks, stingrays and horseshoe crabs are easily seen from the old bridges that have been converted into fishing piers.
Commercial outfitters offer guided tours and basic equipment rentals at both locations. You can go out for an afternoon on the flats or a week-long adventure through the ’glades. If you bring your own watercraft, it’s little trouble to find a place to pull off the road and plop into the water. As kayaking explodes in popularity, more and more hotels and resorts offer basic kayaks to their guests. Introduction bars and expensive shops. Public boat ramps are few but adequate. 40 n Adventures WILDLIFE WATCH: Kayaking is an easy way to get close up to fascinating sea life and birds – don’t miss at least a half day exploring the flats and mangroves.
Adventure Guide: Florida Keys & Everglades National Park, 4th Edition (Hunter Travel Guides) by Bruce Morris