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Fort Lauderdale Fishing Reports


2017-02-11
4:00 PM

Kingfish Dominate - Before going out of Port Everglades each and every trip we call our bait suppliers the night before to reserve some live baits for the next day's trip. The most common bait choices are pilchards and goggle eyes - and we really like to have both of t more...
Capt. Mario Cote - Fort Lauderdale


2017-02-10
12:39 PM

Drift Fishing Trips Are Catching Lots of Nice Grouper & Snappers - Our drift fishing trips are loading up on the groupers and snappers this week. We're catching a lot of red groupers out there on the reefs in 60-80ft of water. Most of the red groupers have been in the 6-10 pound range and a few bigger black gro more...
Capt. Paul Roydhouse - Fort Lauderdale


2017-02-10
5:08 AM

Fort Lauderdale Drift Fishing - Two days a week I have the pleasure of working with Captain Adam as my first mate. Captain Adam operates the drift fishing boat on a few of his other days. A few of his regulars decided to charter the boat for the day. Orlando and his crew showed u more...
Capt. Steve Souther - Fort Lauderdale


2017-02-09
5:48 PM

Fishing Fort Lauderdale - Fort Lauderdale Fishing with Topshotfishing and Capt. Zsak James Doglio and his son, Jim, from Ohio vacationing in Fort Lauderdale, FL were looking to spend some father and son bonding time, so they chartered the Topshotfishing team to do some dee more...
Capt. Thomas Zsak - Fort Lauderdale


2017-02-08
9:54 AM

February Action on Wahoo, Tuna and Sailfish - February is here and that means the wahoo bite is on. February is a top month for wahoo fishing in Fort Lauderdale. We catch wahoo in one of 2 ways, either by trolling or dragging live baits around. Trolling is the best technique. First off, wa more...
Capt. Paul Roydhouse - Fort Lauderdale


2017-02-07
7:57 PM

Deep Sea fishing in Fort Lauderdale - The Deep Sea fishing here in Fort Lauderdale continues to mirror the previous two weeks with some very nice fish available but with the overall numbers of fish continuing to be below what we would prefer. Fishing the reef line and just in more...
Capt. Rick Brady - Fort Lauderdale


2017-02-05
5:32 PM

The Best Time of Year for Big Game Fishing in Fort Lauderdale - This is the best time of year for big game fishing in Fort Lauderdale. Anglers come from all around the world in February through May for our world class shark fishing action. This is the start of the big shark migration down the Florida coastlin more...
Capt. Rod Roydhouse - Fort Lauderdale


2017-02-05
4:27 PM

Night time snapper fishing - Lately with daytime fishing be slow night time has been red hot bite on the reef, for snapper and other assorted bottom fish. Fishing night time is also a great time due to no heat of the sun and usually flat calm water. The YB Normal is one of the more...
Capt. Vinnie Sacks - Fort Lauderdale


2017-02-01
7:51 PM

Fish Are Biting Strong in Fort Lauderdale This Week - We're still seeing a strong bite on the Ft Lauderdale reefs. Today we took out a family and did some trolling on the reefs. The bontios were biting very good so we did it throughout the trip. The bonitos were biting every few minutes so we got a more...
Capt. Paul Roydhouse - Fort Lauderdale


2017-01-30
7:38 PM

Bigger fish available but numbers are off - Our fort Lauderdale fishing trips have been very similar to the charters we had the previous several days with fewer actual numbers of fish coming aboard but there are certainly some bigger fish available, and close to shore. Close to shore being wit more...
Capt. Rick Brady - Fort Lauderdale

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