The opportunities to compete in sport fishing in Florida Keys are great. You can all suddenly meet some of the best fishers in the world sailing around the ocean surrounding Florida Keys fishing for fun or for trophies.
A common misunderstanding is that only professionals are able to sport fish. Thats terrible wrong. In contrast to commercial fishing where you profit from selling the fish, sport fishing is basically either where you eat the fish or let it swim freely again. The last option is the most common when it comes to sport fishing, at least in Florida Keys. This is because of the quantity of large fish in that particular area, as well as in the Atlantic Ocean.
If you enjoy sport fishing, Florida Kay can provide you with some of the best events and tournaments in the world! Every year people from all over the world meets up and competes about prizes, respect and honor in the fishing community. The official Florida Keys tourism website can provide a lot of information regarding fishing tournaments in 2010, and for the upcoming 2011. Its important to remember that its fishing season in Florida Kay all year long, from January till December. The tourism website tells us that there are on-going tournaments almost every single day. Some tournaments last for a day or two, while others can last for months.
Depending on which part of the year, the goals of these tournaments are constantly changing. You might have to catch the largest mackerel in January, while youll have to catch a dolphin in July in order to win the $25,000 prize.
Every fisherman with a bit respect for himself must sometime in his or her life visit Florida Keys and experience the nature and fishing opportunities. You thought that catching those small fish in your local river is fun? Then you might not want to visit Florida Keys, as you might seriously consider moving there! The clear blue water is most likely one of the most epic experiences you will have. You can clearly see the fish swimming, just like is there was no water there at all. This also helps you a lot when targeting species and similar.
If youre keen on learning more about the best spots, bait, etc., you should consider visiting one of the local fishing schools. They will provide you with all the information needed