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Reelin’ in the Keys 3

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Join Capt George Clark Jnr in another exciting series of Reelin in the Keys as he meets up with some of the best charter skippers in the Florida Keys for some epic fishing action. With such a wide array of species here, there's always some great fishing to be had whether fishing offshore for Grouper, Amberjacks or Cobia or inshore for Redfish and Snook. There are also opportunities for big game species and George tries for Swordfish and we also cover the Hemingway Challenge Tournament 2016. If you want to learn about fishing in the Florida Keys, this is a great series to help you out.
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Kicking off a new season of Reelin in the Keys, Captain George Clark Jr. goes fishing for Amberjack, Permit and other big sport fish in the Florida Keys. One of the most popular sport fishing destinations in the world, the Florida Keys are packed with countless huge, powerful species. George heads out with Chris Dillon and Sean Sheeran, and after jigging and casting nets for bait fish, the crew set sail to fish the wrecks for massive Amberjack with live baits. On the way back to shore, Chris spots a group of fish sitting near the surface, creating a chance for some enormous Permit and Barracuda!
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In this episode of Reelin in the Keys, Captain George Clark Jr. is joined by Miguel and Enrique Cuunjieng as they go fishing in search of Grouper, Snapper, Triggerfish and more in the amazing Florida Keys. After net fishing for live bait close to shore, the group head out from Key Largo to fish the reefs of the area. This area remains the only living coral reef system in the United States, packed with all manner of hard fighting species. By jigging, bait fishing and fly fishing, Miguel and Enrique encounter Grouper, Hogfish, Snapper, Yellow Jack and some surprise Triggerfish. After losing his first Tuna to a monster of the deep, Enrique hooks into something far bigger! This episode showcases the abundance and variety of fish that make the Florida Keys the ultimate sport fishing destination.
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Captain George Clark Jr. goes fishing with Captain Pepe Gonzalez in this episode of Reelin in the Keys, as they head out in the Florida Keys in search of Tuna. Leaving port from Key West, the pair net some Pilchards for live bait before heading to deeper waters to target the big sport species that the Florida Keys are famous for. With no shortage of fish in the water, George and Pepe come in to contact with Rainbow Runner, Blue Runner and big powerful Blackfin Tuna near the surface. The only problem is getting catches past the huge predators like Barracuda, Shark and King Mackerel that lurk beneath the boat. This episode is a perfect example of the chaotic food chain that exists in the Florida Keys, making it one of the most exciting places to fish in the world
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In this episode of Reelin in the Keys, Captain George Clark Jr. is joined by Captain Zane Albury to go fishing for Grouper, Snapper, Amberjack and more in the Florida Keys. Setting sail off the coast of Key Largo, the duo begins by fishing ultra-light tackle for live bait before heading further offshore in search of bigger prizes. By dropping live baits down amongst the wrecks, George and Zane encounter Snapper, Amberjack, Tuna, Triggerfish and a surprise Moray Eel before getting a chance at the ultimate challenge, a tackle-testing Grouper over two hundred pounds! This episode is a glimpse into the world class fishing that makes the Florida Keys a dream destination for fisherman around the world.
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The water is calm and the reels are screaming in this episode of Reelin in the Keys, as Captain George Clark Jr. is joined by Captain John Sahagian to go fishing for Amberjack, Yellowtail and Snapper in the Florida Keys. After emptying Pinfish from the live bait traps set in the harbour, the crew head out to fish the big naval vessel wrecks in the deeper waters off the coast. After having some fun with Longfin Yellowtail and various Snapper species, George tries for one of the Keys most prized catches, the mighty Amberjack. This episode showcases the combination of sunny, calm waters and world-class fishing that make the Florida Keys the ultimate fishing destination.
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Captain George Clark Jr. tries something a little bit different in this episode of Reelin in the Keys, as he joins Captain Mike Haines to go fishing for Redfish, Snook and Tarpon in the Florida Everglades. After casting nets for Mullet to use as live bait, George and Mike head to the shallow, tree-lined waters that the target species inhabit. Casting live baits tight to the trees provides intimate but explosive sport, yielding Redfish, Snook and a rare Yellow Belly Jack. By chance encounter, the duo later come across a school of perhaps the most exciting and hardest fighting fish to catch in the world, the mighty Tarpon! This episode goes to show the sheer diversity of fishing available in Florida.
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In this episode of Reelin in the Keys, Captain George Clark Jr. joins Captain Travis Dickens as they go fishing off the coast of Florida in search of giant Swordfish. With their size, beauty and fighting ability, Swordfish are considered the ultimate sport fish. Many would not expect such an impressive fish to be available in the United states, but not far off the coast of Florida the crew find themselves in the warmer waters of the Gulf Stream. Something hits the baits trawled behind the boat and several hours of agonising fighting later, George gets the chance at the fish of a lifetime. This episode shows not just a regular day of fishing, but the kind of session that all fisherman one day hope to experience.
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In this special episode of Reelin in the Keys, the show follows the 2016 Key West Marlin Tournament known as the Hemingway challenge. 75 boats head out off the coast of Florida to the Gulf Stream over three days in search of Marlin, Sailfish, Wahoo, Tuna and Dolphin Fish. As the biggest variation of the species, Blue Marlin are the real target of the competition. With their immense power, beauty and the fact they grow in excess of a thousand pounds, it’s no wonder these beasts are considered worldwide to be the ultimate sport fish. This episode offers an exciting window into the lesser-known world of competition sport fishing.
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Captain George Clark Jr. has the session of a lifetime in this episode of Reelin in the Keys, as he joins Captain Jack Carlson to go fishing for Grouper, African Pompano, Cobia Sharks and more in the Florida Keys. After originally planning to fish out in the Gulf Stream, Jack spots some activity on the way and stops off for a cast, resulting in one hell of a session. Fishing live baits off the bottom, the crew encounter Cobia Sharks, Blue Runners, Mangrove Jacks, enormous Goliath Groupers and beautiful African Pompanos. The number of fish species caught from one spot in this episode just goes to show why the Florida Keys are considered the mecca of sport of fishing.
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Captain George Clark Jr. is joined by Captain Jim Sharpe in this episode of Reelin in the Keys, as they go fishing for the amazing Dolphin Fish in the Florida Keys. One of the most popular sport fish species, Dolphin Fish are powerful, acrobatic and beautiful, making for a hell of a day on the water. Setting sail from Key West, the crew fish along the famous underwater feature known as the wall. Along the way, Captain Jim educates George on the history of fishing in the area and the accounts of Ernest Hemingway that made it so famous. This episode is a perfect example of the pinnacle of sport fishing that Florida Provides.
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In this episode of Reelin in the Keys, Captain George Clark Jr. is joined by Captain Carlos Jimenez to go fishing for Snook, Red Drum, Cobia and more in the Florida Everglades. Leaving port from Islamorada, the crew head for the shallow waters of the back country Everglades to fish jigs and live baits. In true Florida style, every cast yields a new species, including Snook, Black Drum, Red Drum, Spanish Mackerel and Sheepshead. Next, the crew head to deeper waters to sight fish for big Cobia and Tripletail, resulting in some incredible action. This episode goes to prove that the fishing available in Florida really is endless.
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Captain George Clark Jr. joins the crew of the High Stakes sport fishing charter boat in this episode of Reelin in the Keys, as they head out from the Florida Keys to go fishing for Tuna and Marlin. The show takes a look at the sport fishing competitions taking place all over South Florida that the High Stakes crew take part in, before leaving port from Key West for Stock Island. After finding some success trolling lures, one crew member prepares for the fight of his life when he gets a chance at the ultimate prize of any Florida Sport Angler, a huge Blue Marlin. This episode explores the pinnacle of sport fishing that gives this part of the world its reputation as an anglers paradise.

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