The building is so huge it is one of the local landmarks we use when boating on the bayside of Islamorada. This is our top spot, and has just about everything and more. Huge, everyone enjoys browsing though the store. It is a sure thing and makes a great pit stop on the way down to Key West. All of your fishing supplies and a fine Tiki Bar on the water.
The food is excellent, frozen cocktails, seafood and all the rest. They have free shark and tarpon feeding, not sure of the time of day for that. Maybe it was about thirty minutes before sunset. It is just across the street from the Islamorada Art District, which is nice to see. This is a nice part of the city for walking around. The Morada Bay Restaurant is sweet too, it is right next door to the Fish Company Tiki Hut.
This town needed a big fishing supply store like this to make it complete. All of the sport fishing is fun, plus you learn so much about the fish and marine life that inhabit Keys waters. You don't have to have any equipment or experience with a fishing guide, and it is Very Entertaining times out on the water. The yellowtail snapper are year round targets for eager anglers.
This is where I got turned on by one of the staff members about Yeti Coolers. Yes, they make the kind two people can stand on and fish with an elevated view. They are heavy duty, quiet, well insulated, and flat out rugged.
What a glittering storefront, with global brands, and infused with every sort of beach and boat product. Bass Pro makes shopping fun to do.
Sweet dreams for tourists and locals alike, this shop and bar is awesome. We stop in nearly every time we head up to the upper keys.