Meridian Charters – Your Guide To Fishing In Key West

With Meridian Charters, you gain access to some of the most memorable fishing spots in Key West Transparent, aquamarine waters allow you to view the exotic marine life for miles

Our services include partial and full-day charters as well as long-range excursions for a truly impressive deep-sea catch! Whether your adventure calls for wreck or reef fishing, snorkeling, or dolphin watching, Meridian Charters is able to accommodate you Book now

Fly Fishing Tips – How to set up your fly rod

Hi guys, welcome to the video, my next video Right, this is for beginners OK

So a lot of you guys already know this but the beginners when you start to thread your rod, I learnt this, this year, as you know I only started fly fishing this year Get your fly line, strips some off your reel and double it over and then when you double it, it's a lot easier to go through your rings, much much easier If you do drop it, it won't slide all the way back down to your reel again for you to start all over again Just double and it just feed it through each of your eyes, line guides, pull it through that's it Much easier way of doing it

Pier fishing: What is stealing your bait?

Picture this: You're at a great fishing spot, you've got bait on your line, you and your buddies are having a great time– But you cant catch $#*%!!! Something keeps stealing your bait! *crunching, munching* Something is pickin' these apart and we can't catch 'em! So what do we do? What we do is we try harder! Ha, and longer! Solomon's Island is a great place to fish and crab because it sits right on the Chesapeake Bay

We went there for the famous Maryland Blue Crab, but we couldn't catch anything (You see that crab?) Now get the net, get the net! Ahh! Oh! Nooo! When we watched the footage at home, we realized that our bait attracted all sorts of weird underwater creatures We also noticed that there were a bunch of little, small, Northern Pufferfish enjoying a free meal of free chicken necks These chicken necks actually attracted a whole bunch different kind of little strange fish Like magnets, the schools of spot and other fish were attracted to the bait

This guy caught a spade fish in his crab trap! So, one of the weirdest fish that we saw that day was called the Sea Robin, and the Sea Robin is a very strange looking fish with tentacle-like legs, really big spikes, and fins like wings, where it can actually fly out over the water, but the Sea Robin is actually a bottom-feeder! We also saw a herd of beautiful cownose rays, which weren't really interested in our chicken necks but the weirdest fish that we saw was a fish called the Toadfish, and this is a really slimy, gross-looking, um, squishy fish that was, actually, not eating the chicken necks, but instead it was standing on top, it was floating on top of the chicken necks, waiting for little fish to come by so it would eat the little fish So, it wasn't interested in eating the chicken neck, it was interested in guarding the chicken neck and surprising fish, and eating them

The Toadfish could have been what was keeping the crabs away, honestly, We wound up losing all of our chicken necks that day and had to stop fishing because we were out of bait The pufferfish, I guess, just outsmarted us that day, and I wanna know from you guys, have any of you ever been outsmarted by fish? Well, I know for a fact that fish have outsmarted me actually, they outsmart me almost every time I go fishing One time I hooked on to a snakehead, it was a big snakehead, shook it off right at the boat, and looks at me for a good five seconds before it just swims off Just saying, like, "haha, f*#% you" We're going to bleep that out

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