Want a knowledgeable Orlando fishing guide? Here are some Articles, both National and Local, either written for local publications by Captain Keith or written about him that you might enjoy, and will help you catch fish! Just click on the fishing article you are interested in.
While I have been mentioned in a number of books and magazine articles, I am particularly proud to be mentioned in Captain Ron Presley's books. His latest one, Fishing Secrets from Florida's East Coast is one that should be on your shelf if you want to learn how to catch fish in Florida! Click Here to Find Out More
IGFA Captain's Corner Article on Captain Keith This article was published worldwide in the International Game Fish Association's magazine, an honor that only six top captains receive each year around the world.
Florida Sportsman Article on Fishing for King Mackerel This is a great article in a national magazine that gives a good overview of nearshore fishing out of Port Canaveral. This fishing is near Cocoa Beach, only an hour from Orlando, and out of Ponce Inlet near Daytona Beach.
Florida Sportsman Article on Nearshore Tarpon Another great nearshore article by author Max Branyon, this one concentrates on our tarpon fishery in the summer, again near Cocoa Beach and Daytona Beach.
Hunting the Flats This is an instructional article on how to fish our flats--a great primer for you if you are fishing the flats on a charter with Captain Keith. The flats are the shallow waters around the space center, like the Indian River Lagoon.
Sailfish Off of Port Canaveral--Video This cool video of a sailfish on The MTC is fun and instructional to watch. These turn up occasionally when we fish out in the open ocean near Orlando, and it is exciting when they do! This video also a good instructional on fighting a big fish.
Setting the Hook on the Flats Most of my first-time clients set the hook wrong when they are fishing the flats, even when they are experienced anglers. This will help you catch more fish--almost mandatory reading if you want to fish the flats with lures!
Saltwater Fishing Near Orlando and How to Select a Guide This article gives visitors to the Orlando area a brief overview of the types of fishing and how to select a captain that will give them a great day.
Spotting the Spots--How to See Fish on the Flats How does a guide see those fish, and the client doesn't? Here I try to give you a guide on how to spot redfish while fishing the central east coast famous flats like the Indian River Lagoon.
Sport Fishing Magazine with Picture of Captain Keith This is a cool picture of captain Keith with a big Jack Crevalle in the national magazine Sport Fishing--Check it out!
Redfish Video This YouTube video was created and edited by a client, Joel Goldstein, it is short, but shows our great trip on a foggy December day chasing redfish on the flats.
Pushing Your Way Around the Flats A "How to" article on poling your boat effectively on our flats for our spooky gamefish.
Why Charter a Captain? Here is a compelling article that cuts to the nuts and bolts of why to charter.
Fishing and Rigging Lures on the Flats This is actually two articles--one on the best lures on the flats and how to fish them, and the second one on how I rig plastic jerkbaits, the most effective lure on our flats for redfish and seatrout.
Big Fish on a Small Boat Catching really big fish from a small boat can be exiting, difficult, and even dangerous! This article goes over some of the basics based on my years of experience.
Captain Keith's Crazy Flats Rig This Article was in Florida Sportsman Magazine showing a unique way I have to fish lures on our flats. I then have a more detailed article I wrote to help you fish it yourself.
That Old Full Moon is Making Me Howl! (How to fish the full moon)
Catching Big Spring Seatrout Many anglers want to catch a big seatrout at some time in their life, and Captain Keith catches many. Here is an informative article on targeting these special, spooky, fish.
Captain Keith's Favorite Knots These are the knots I use in my charters--they are the best.
Live-Baiting Techniques Here are the techniques I use to catch King Mackerel, Sailfish, Tarpon, Cobia, and more.
Captain Keith's Favorite Flies Want to know what kind of flies to use? Here is some great guidance.
Tying Captain Keith's Crustacean Fly If you tie your own flies and want to tie one of the most effectve patterns for our redfish, here are step-by-step directions. It is ugly, but catches fish!