Located just to the south of mainland of Florida, the Florida Keys are a chain of islands stretching 120 miles into the sea. Home to some of the most beautiful scenery in the United States, this archipelago is the setting for some of the world’s most beautiful vistas, and the highway running through them is as unique a drive as there is to have. Did we mention that the deep sea fishing in the Florida Keys is also as unique as the environment that surrounds it? With direct access to three major bodies of water, The Atlantic, Caribbean, and Gulf of Mexico, there are an endless amount of options to choose from.

Key Largo

With roughly 13,000 people, Kay Largo is a major population center in the Keys. It’s no secret that due to the location, this place is a hot bed for sport fishing of all kinds. The coral reef located not too far off of the coast makes for some of the best sport fishing in the world, and the deep sea fishing in the deeper waters offers great opportunities for marlin, mahi mahi, and tuna catching. When back on shore, don’t hesitate to try diving either, it’s one of the world’s most famous locations for it.

Key West

Key West is the biggest settlement on the islands, and is home to some of the best nightlife in the area. Enjoy the beaches, the bars, clubs, and shops. It is the perfect way to blow off some steam. Due to being a major cruise line destination, and port of call in the area, there is something here to keep you entertained all day and night. On top of that, the fishing here is also a treat. You can find some of the larger charter companies here, and some of the best game lies not too far off the shore.