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Pictures from Last Week

Here are some pictures from our trips last week.

Shea's Big Mahi

The Outer Limits

Middle Sambo

From Across the Pond

Another great day, with another wonderful group! As always, our crews go the extra mile to make memories that will last a lifetime.

This trip, Yannick and Gabrielle had an incredible morning with Wahoo, Dolphin, Cudas, Bonitos, and a Sailfish. Awesome!12391312_10153851654160820_172636146636241272_n


The Lost Marlin Videos

Here are a few Blue Marlin videos that have recently surfaced. These videos were taken while Marlin fishing on board the MrZ. Just click the highlighted link below. Hope you enjoy!



Long Lost VideoAnother long lost Blue marlin video with Daryl Weede

Posted by Mr.Z Sportfishing on Sunday, December 6, 2015



Posted by Fishing Key West on Monday, December 3, 2012

Here it is, the last day of 2015. Looking back at this year, we have had some amazing fishing. From trophy catches to tournament winners, our year has been full of fantastic memories. Let us take a look at some of these awesome adventures.

January Bull Mahi

January 2nd kicked off 2015 with a 42lb. Bull

Riley's Shark

Riley shows how to work a Hammerhead Shark

Monster Cuda

Tate and Cory show off Tate’s monster Cuda

Big Bloody Wahoo!

Plenty of nice Wahoo bites this year

Huge Snowy Grouper

From the Top to the Bottom we put our anglers on the Big Ones!

Ladies Dolphin 2015 Winners

Nicole and Julia took top honors this year in the 2015 Mercury Ladies Dolphin Championship

Tuna Time

Tuna Time


2015 was a great year for Mahi with lots of awesome catches

Marlin Madness

Gotta Love the Marlin!

Top Sail

The Outer Limits took the honor of Most Sailfish Releases in the 2015 Key West Fishing Tournament















We would like to thank all the wonderful people that helped make 2015 what it was, and we hope that 2016 is just as awesome! Hopefully we can make some memories together this new year. Call  Captain Jay to reserve your trip NOW! 305-923-1043


A fisherman’s life is a special one indeed. Now, I don’t want to give off any bad vibes about a fisherman’s life, but believe me this is not an easy way of life. Many people look at fishermen, especially those who are in the charter industry and think, “Wow, what an easy life they live, getting to go fishing and getting paid for it.” Well, for most of us in the occupation this is far from that thought. Don’t get me wrong, I LOVE what I do for a living, but I also chose this, just as in this country you have the ability to choose to do whatever you want for a living. Along with loving my occupation, comes much strife as well. Countless hours working off the water doing maintenance, engine work, fiberglass, paint, and all the other things just to keep the boat in working shape is the norm for a fisherman. As with the job also comes exceedingly more hours of “on the water” time, many of which are overnight, or in some cases days or weeks for some. A fisherman’s life is so dependent on the “unknown” such as weather, sea conditions, and water quality, that the normal “nine to five” just doesn’t work. An example, most days for myself start at 5:00am and end around 8:00pm, or later. Now this is not an everyday occurrence, but going 50 or 60 days in a row is not uncommon for me. However, with all this work, must come having some kind of home life as well.

Now they say behind every good man is a great woman, well, this is none the truer with a fisherman. The kind of woman who lives with, puts up with, and loves a fisherman is a VERY special person. The kind of love and care involved to be able to watch them leave the safety of land and go miles away in a boat for who knows how long, sometimes without communication, alone is enough, but to be able to do this day in and day out and still keep that love is something immeasurable. I commend the women of fishermen for being as strong and as dedicated to the men who for the most part love this occupation more than themselves.

I for one have an amazing woman behind me. My time at home is slim, and my work sometimes consumes me to the point that even when I am home physically, I am not there mentally. She puts up with my complaints, my aches and pains, and all the while keeping our home a home with little complaint herself. She is my anchor, keeping me grounded and confident. She does the little “stuff” that I don’t even do for myself, and that is what makes her even so much more special. I thank God everyday that I have such a wonderful woman in my life. I must say that if it were not for my wife, I definitely would not be the fisherman I am today.

My Anchor