Key West is loaded with wrecks in the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean. Key West wreck fishing produces catches of snapper, grouper, cobia, sailfish, tuna, king mackerel, barracuda, sharks, amberjack, African pompano and many other species. These wrecks are almost a guarantee for big fish action. Which fish you may encounter depends on the time of year and which wreck we fish. I always have and use live bait on the wrecks and I will use some cut bait when I need to. The point is I have all the right bait and I want to catch big fish as much as you do!
Gulf of Mexico Wreck Fishing
The Gulf of Mexico wrecks tend to hold cobia or ling, mangrove snapper, gag grouper, permit, king mackerel, barracuda and sharks. The Atlantic wrecks are home to greater amberjack, black grouper, African pompano, blackfin tuna, king mackerel, wahoo, sailfish and too many others to list. Key West wreck fishing is sure to wear you out from cranking in fish all day long.