Spanish mackerel on fly!

Murray and Joan fish with us a few times a year and, this time, Murray got to use his fly rod. Murray Beatts and his wife, Joan Wuischpard, from Tampa, love their visits to the Middle Florida Keys where they … Read More

Epic weather for first timers from Michigan

Marathon Florida Keys Fishing Report, Capt. Chris Johnson, SeaSquared Charters, April 5, 2011 Despite some epic weather that cut their charter short, the Wuestenberg family from Saline Michigan enjoyed some fun Florida Keys fishing! Kurt and Melissa and their kids, 11-year-old … Read More

Variety is the spice of life!

Marathon Florida Keys Fishing Report, Capt. Chris Johnson, SeaSquared Charters, March 25, 2011 Three young anglers of the Al-Saghir family, from Jacksonville, along with Mom and Dad were treated to quite the variety of fish species during their half day … Read More

Great variety for father and sons from Minnesota

For their first Keys trip, this trio from Woodbury MN wanted a great variety of fish rather than a great quantity. Jim Mathews and his sons, Jake and Alex, booked a full day charter so we had plenty of time … Read More

Florida Keys fishing vacation for Boca Raton group

Steve Benson, from Boca Raton, brought his son Kobe (7) and nephew Jake (9) to Marathon Florida Keys for a week of fun in the sun.                    Marathon Florida Keys Fishing Report – Captain Chris Johnson, SeaSquared Charters … Read More

The patch reefs deliver dinner for anglers 8 days a week!

Captain’s Blog – February 23, 2010 – Marathon Florida Keys – The typical winter mixed bag is showing on the patch reefs and channel humps.  From every variety of snapper – lane, mangrove, mutton, and yellowtail – to grouper of all … Read More

Another group from Minnesota = another limit of tasty snappers

Captain’s Blog – February 9, 2010 – Marathon Florida Keys – Another group of Minnesotans – plus a Wisconsoner – escaped the cold up north with a trip to the Keys and included a day of fishing with me. One … Read More