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New Key West charter to debut

Capt. Ted Lund, former editor of Salt Water Sportsman, is launching a new charter fishing destination for Over Under Sportfishing in Key West, Fla.

The location will feature four boats, including a 46-foot Whiticar named Pretty Work, a tournament-rigged vessel that offers anglers a chance to tackle big game fish such as wahoo, tuna, and swordfish. Two outboard center consoles allow anglers to enjoy light-tackle fishing for cobia and yellowtail, to name a few. Shallow-water anglers can stalk bonefish, tarpon, permit and other flats species aboard an 18-foot flats skiff.

Lund, an experienced light-tackle and charter captain, is handling public relations and marketing for the entire OU brand. The operation also owns an interest in Mirage Sport Fishing Boats in Gainesville, Fla., for which Lund will handle marketing as well.

Key West is the latest city to join the Over Under locations. The fishing service currently serves the Bahamas, Maryland, New Jersey, and North Carolina.

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