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Hard days are not to be put up with in the Keys. But when we have one, we go sailfishing. And it’s amazing. Every one we hook is a new experience and a sight to behold. We’re fishermen to the … Continue reading
In the Keys, you can relax. The nicest thing about fishing in the Florida Keys is that you can enjoy the tropics – without a passport, or even a plane ticket. In fact, when you come down here for a … Continue reading
Greater Amberjack: Seriola dumerili When we want to go for a really fun day out on the water, we set our thoughts on the Greater Amberjack. Why? Because they are like a prize fighter that just won’t quit. Not only … Continue reading
This year, our mahi-mahi season has been spectacular. We’ve won tournaments and competitions, and our clients have brought in line after line with a dolphin fish on the end. Everyone knows how delicious this fish is, but not everyone knows … Continue reading
What’s more fun for father and son than fishing the deep blue sea on Father’s Day? Sometimes just getting out on the water with loved ones is the perfect ticket to a great day.
(Rachycentron canadum) The saltwater cobia is a long, slender fish with a wide flat head. It’s a tough-looking sort with its lower jaw protruding past the upper one and spines up its first dorsal fin. It sports alternating stripes of … Continue reading
District and 3rd Overall Winners! Florida Keys Mahi Tournament The contest was sponsored by Mercury/Seahunter Boats and Lower Keys Bait and Tackle. On May 15 – 17, 2015, Silent Hunter did it again! In a tournament to catch the largest … Continue reading
The Charity This year Team Silent Hunter headed out into the deep in search of the heaviest dolphin they could find. The reason, of course, being the California Wine Club’s 6th Annual Mother’s Day Dolphin Tournament benefiting Habitat for Humanity … Continue reading
Fishing Tournament Time! Well, it has been a great season for us here at Team Silent Hunter. We love Marathon this time of year.
Sometimes, you just need to get out on the water and fish! When this fellow and his mates called we headed out to deeper waters to hunt some line-ripping mahi-mahi and tuna.