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Among the most prized fly-rod gamefish in salt water, bonefish, permit, and tarpon are also the most challenging species to take on fly tackle. Bonefish, called "gray ghosts of the flats," feed in skinny water, are very difficult to see, and in Lefty's words "are more nervous than a cat in a dog pound." And tarpon, called "silver kings," are famed as great leapers, grow to enormous size, and require special techniques to hook and land successfully.

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Florida Keys Charts

The Florida Keys is all about the water. You can enjoy the Keys without getting on the water, but you will have missed many of the Keys Treasures. If you go snorkeling, diving, fishing, sailing, kayaking or just boating you need to learn the waters. These charts, below, are a must have.

You can view some basic charts online here Fishing & Diving locations

Magellan Florida Keys BlueNave Charts

The Magellan MapSend BlueNav Local Chart (Florida Keys) offers the most complete detailed marine cartography for the Tavenier to Tortugas waterways available anywhere. Designed with both the serious navigator and the weekend boater in mind, Magellan MapSend Charts are based on Navionics Gold charts, making them the most advanced marine cartography on the market. With Magellan MapSend BlueNav Charts, beginning boaters will be able to navigate unfamiliar waterways with the confidence of a veteran navigator, and professional navigators will know they have the latest and most reliable information on the waterways that they need to deliver their passengers and their cargo safely.

Magellan MapSend BlueNav Charts are designed to be used in Magellan handheld GPS receivers and GPS chart plotters, including the Magellan Meridian Gold, Marine, Platinum and Color or Magellan FX324 MAP and FX324 MAP Color units. The charts can also be read on compatible personal computers with an SD Card reader. Each chart features large, highly detailed coverage areas and enhanced marine navigation information, including marine currents, tides, port services and detailed descriptions of marinas. Each chart also provides updated information on emergency services available, offering navigators the added security of knowing where to find help when it is needed.

Florida Keys Waterproof Charts - Key Largo to Key West
Including the Tortugas and Florida Bay

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Americas most popular recreational charts! Designed for recreational boaters, fishermen and divers. Because Waterproof Charts use only high quality synthetic paper and inks, they look great and really last - Use them on deck in any weather rain or spray! Both the Coast Guard and Navy rely on these charts for accuracy, yet they are designed for simple use with GPS by the average boater. The durable charts are foldable and easy to hold and store. Plus, Waterproof Charts are so tear resistant you simply cannot ruin them!

Coastal Charts for Cruising the Florida Keys (Spiral-bound)

The latest addition to Pelican’s coastal charts series features full-color NOAA nautical charts for the waters from the Port of Miami to the Dry Tortugas. Beautifully produced with hard covers and a flexible spiral binding, these maps are sturdy and easy to use. Focusing on two routes to the Florida Keys--the inside route via the Intracoastal Waterway or the offshore option through Hawk Channel--"Coastal Charts for Cruising the Florida Keys" uses easy-to-read symbols to clearly mark anchorages, marinas, fueling stations, bridges, depth soundings, restaurants, historical sites, and other important bits of information for boaters. "Coastal Charts for Cruising the Florida Keys" are effective when used alone or as a companion to the new "Cruising the Florida Keys" by Claiborne Young and Morgan Stinemetz. Every site and symbol noted in the chart book is cross-referenced to the corresponding page in the cruising guide, so boaters can access more information instantly.

"Your new Florida Keys cruising guide is terrific, and is now my personal choice for cruising the Keys. Everywhere we went aboard Bluewater, we compared what you said with what we saw and you were virtually 100% on target." --Milt Baker --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

Man Helping Man?

Early one morning a priest was walking out onto the old Long Key Bridge looking forward to a beautiful sunrise. Soon he came upon two locals pulling another man (easily identified as a tourist by his bright red sunburn) through the water, toward the Long Key end of the bridge, on the end of a rope. That's what I like to see, said the priest, man helping his fellow man. As the priest continued out onto the bridge, one local remarked to the other, Well, he sure don't know the first thing about shark fishing.

Hey guys are you having trouble getting permission to go fishing from your significant other?
Check out this Application to go Fishing.
(This is a PDF file so you will need Adobe Reader.)
Just print the application and make several copies.
When you need to fish fill out the application and submit it to her.
Happy Fishing!

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