ABSOLUT Fishing Key West Sets Hook for New Anglers

ABSOLUT FISHING KEY WEST, Inc. is family owned and operated by Captain Craig Eubank, his wife Lisa, and their three sons.  Located at the Historic Charterboat Row, slip #18

The ABSOLUT is our primary offshore vessel, a 40-foot Key West built Sportfish providing Full Day, ¾ Day, and Half Day Charters. We can also provide other vessels for specialized charters. All vessels can accommodate up to 6 passengers and are outfitted for comfort as well as catching fish. We use only top of the line bait and tackle, Penn and Shimano rods and reels and have all necessary safety equipment and meet all legal requirements. Our experienced and courteous crew will go the extra mile to make your Key West Fishing trip one that you will always remember.

The bridge of the ABSOLUT is equipped with of the latest electronics and safety equipment and provides a 360-degree view. A full-size head (restroom) is located forward in the cabin for your convenience.

The spacious cockpit is where the real action is! Fish can be hooked and landed from any of the six large Pompanette fighting chairs and the ABSOLUT’s large fishbox can hold as much legal and edible fish as we can catch! Your Captain and crew will provide you with the equipment and instruction to help you land the trophy of a lifetime. All licenses, ice, bait, and fishing tackle are provided. You bring what you want to eat and drink; we take care of the rest!

The ABSOLUT’s twin Yanmar Diesel engines assure a quick run to the reef. With almost 800 horsepower, the ABSOLUT is one of the most powerful sportfishing charter boats in Key West! This is truly deep-sea fishing at its best!

Everything from Marlin and Sailfish to reef and wreck fishing are within easy range of the Key West City Marina. The speed of the ABSOLUT gives you more time fishing and less time traveling. Deep-water wreck fishing is one of our specialties along with Shark fishing, and bottom fishing. Live bait can be provided with advance notice.

Taxidermy service is available to preserve that catch of a lifetime.

Please remember that, as with all charterboats, the mate is there to assist you and provide a memorable day on the water. It is customary to Tip the mate for superior service.

Fish Advisor Key West. Matt Bell on Trip Advisor 9/14

by CaptainCraig September 20, 2014

We will miss you MATT!!!! Well, life does go on… We say goodbye to one of my favorite Key West mates; Matt Bell. Matt and his better half are going on a trip of a lifetime walk about on their sailboat. They plan on covering all the water from South America to the East coast of the USA. We wish them luck and I know …

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FishAdvisor Key West, Florida Report for September 2014

by CaptainCraig September 12, 2014

I could certainly understand if folks just think I am sprouting propaganda, but this past spring/summer was the best fishing I can remember in the past dozen years!  Consistent Dolphin, Tuna, Wahoo, and Billfish offshore.  The wrecks were alive with Sharks, Jacks and Groupers.  And the reef (which we hardly needed to visit) was a great distraction just to fish Sharks, Barracuda, and Snappers in …

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Pictures Are Worth a Thousand Words

by CaptainCraig August 4, 2014
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by CaptainCraig July 13, 2014

With all the “Advisor” websites on the internet, I figured that “Fish Advisor” was just a no-brainer! I might be a little biased but since I just completed my 200th blog entry in two years, I think that it puts me in a good position to advise  I could recite all the particulars of our charters like how deep, how far, and what color …

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www.fishadvisorkeywest.com 07-08-14

by CaptainCraig July 9, 2014

Yep, It’s the beginning of a new era, I bought the domain name: www.fishadvisorkeywest.com and plan to develop it!

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The Best Fishing in Years! Key West, Florida. June of 2014

by CaptainCraig July 1, 2014

Ever wonder what it would be like to go out fishing without the slightest doubt that you will be returning to the dock with at least a good catch?  A good catch meaning lots of bites, screaming drags, several nice fish releases, and enough meat in the cooler to worry about whether you brought enough ice?  Or, more likely, a great catch with all of …

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