|Season||Peak: Nov – Feb, Year Round|
|Size||Up to 10′|
|FL Record||126lbs – Big Pine Key|
HIGH CLASS HOOKER TAKE
We love cruising for sailfish. A thrill to catch every time as they spend a lot of time in the air! A gorgeous fish and one you’ll be telling stories about for years to come. Better yet – let us get it mounted for you and it will tell its own story.
A type of billfish with a sharply pointed upper jaw bone and sail-like dorsal fin giving the species it’s name. Sports a forked tailfin and is known as “The Ballerina of the Sea” for it’s aerial displays. Simply a beautiful trophy fish with a dark blue back, brownish-blue sides, fading to a silvery-white belly.
They typically hang out towards the top end of the water column chasing schooling fish. An average life span of 5 years in the wild with females generally grow larger than the males. They like the Keys and other areas throughout the Caribbean for the warm waters year round.