Bud N' Mary's Florida Keys Fishing Marina

  • September Fishing in Islamorada

    September has arrived and it is officially 'slow season' here in the Florida Keys.  While we had a good bit of business in August (and still some very good fishing), the hurricane known as Dorian scared everybody away from South Florida this first week of September.  We were very fortunate… Continue Reading

  • July Islamorada Backcountry Fishing in the Everglades

    July is half way over - boy does time fly!  It's definitely felt like summer time, though as of late it's actually been a little nicer out.  We've had a little bit more wind so that has helped keep things a hair cooler, as well as several overcast/rainy days.  We… Continue Reading

  • Summer Time Backcountry Fishing Report in Islamorada

    Summer time is here and it's been a hot one early on!  This hasn't hurt the fishing much though - we've had tremendous fishing in the backcountry and inshore waters of the Florida Keys and Islamorada.  Tarpon fishing has been fair during the day time, often being best early in… Continue Reading

  • Late April Backcountry Fishing Report

    April is nearing it's end and tarpon season is definitely in full swing here in the Florida Keys.  We had a very early start to our tarpon season here in South Florida, with a super warm and calm February and March.  Thousands of fish of all sized showed up in… Continue Reading

  • End of August 2018 Islamorada deep sea fishing report

    Another month has passed here at Bud n' Mary's marina in Islamorada, Florida Keys! Business is slowing down as we are hitting "off season" with the kids going to back to school and summer travel coming to an end Continue Reading

  • November 29, 2018

    Islamorada Offshore

    Islamorada Offshore

    It's hard to believe September has almost come to an end! It's been over a year since Hurricane Irma wrecked Havoc on the Keys and fortunately we are almost re built bigger and better than before here at Bud n' Mary's Marina Continue Reading

  • October Backcountry Fishin’ Report

    Well September has come to an end and we are into October. It officially feels like Fall - we've started to get some harder northeasterly winds, which have cooled things down slightly in the mornings Continue Reading