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The Kingfish of Key West

Find out where and how to fish for the ruler of all mackerel

November 18, 2011
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Throwing hookless plugs is a great way to tease kings into fly-casting range. However, it can be challenging to keep a plug away from them.
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Good Chums

While throwing a cast net for pilchards can be time-consuming, having a well full of them to use as live chum is well worth the effort when pursuing kingfish with fly tackle.
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Good Chums

While throwing a cast net for pilchards can be time-consuming, having a well full of them to use as live chum is well worth the effort when pursuing kingfish with fly tackle.
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After The Bite

As you strip the fly, keep a tight grip on the line and get ready for a ferocious strike and a blistering run.
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