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Fort Lauderdale Fishing Reports


2003-04-09
12:00 AM

Fort Lauderdale, FL - Offshore - Fishing is still great! Sharks, Sailfish, Amberjacks and Dolphin. (Mahi-mahi) They have been biting almost every day! The highlights from the week are: On 3/25/03 Troy Harshman caught a 40” Amberjack. A couple of days later, Paul Chestnut more...
Capt. David Ide - Fort Lauderdale


2003-04-07
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for Ft. Lauderdale & Port Everglades - Mako Madness Saturday night seemed to be the best night to head offshore to have a chance at a good Swordfish. The winds have been blowing a little to much for my comfort level, but I heard they were going to lay down a little bit for the eveni more...
Capt. Cary Hanna - Fort Lauderdale


2003-04-04
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for Ft. Lauderdale & Port Everglades - Wonders of the Deep The long tail thresher shark is an accomplishment to bring to the boat. This time of year, the early Spring, these Longtails move their way through our waters. They are mostly nocturnal but can be caught during the day on the bo more...
Capt. Cary Hanna - Fort Lauderdale


2003-03-24
12:00 AM

Fort Lauderdale, FL - Offshore - Sharks, Sharks and more Sharks! Threshers Sharks, Mako Sharks and Hammerheads are really biting this week. All big Sharks, from 300 to 500 lbs! They have been biting in 350’ of water. A little current is necessary. We have been using Bonita’s more...
Capt. David Ide - Fort Lauderdale


2003-03-22
12:00 AM

Fort Lauderdale, Florida - Saltwater Fishing Report - Spring is here. We are almost into summer conditions already. Lots of bait moving north and the gamefish are follwing. This past week has put a suprising amount of Sailfish on the end of the line. They are biting in shallow, green water. Not what you more...
Capt. Ron Mallet - Fort Lauderdale


2003-03-20
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for Ft. Lauderdale & Port Everglades - It just gets better Sping breakers are ready to fish. This week of the 17th I'm fishing almost everyday and fortunately we are finding the fish. Today, Thursday we came out to the same weather pattern, south winds blowing a little stronger at about more...
Capt. Cary Hanna - Fort Lauderdale


2003-03-18
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for Ft. Lauderdale & Port Everglades - Come get some Wear your tank tops, put on your sunscreen, and bring rain gear because these days have been unpredictable. On Monday we headed out the inlet with beautiful seas and light south to SW winds. We got a late start so we were only able to more...
Capt. Cary Hanna - Fort Lauderdale


2003-03-09
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for Ft. Lauderdale & Port Everglades - Gladiators of the Sea We headed offshore Saturday night, 3-8-03, in search for Swords. It was one of the calmest of nights I've been out since last summer with South winds at less than 5 knots. Locals Peter, Jarred and Christie were on the boat to more...
Capt. Cary Hanna - Fort Lauderdale


2003-03-06
12:00 AM

Fort Lauderdale, FL - Offshore - A little of everything! We have been fishing everyday and quite a few nights for the past two weeks. It’s been hard to get time to do this report! Every day has been good to great fishing. We had a great day last Saturday. (3/1/03) We had a more...
Capt. David Ide - Fort Lauderdale


2003-03-05
12:00 AM

Fishing Report for Ft. Lauderdale & Port Everglades - Same weather, Same bite. It's time to break out the sunscreen once again as the sun is burning constantly on our necks. The weather has been consistantly at 85 degrees peaking towards the 90's in the afternoons. Winds are steadily coming out of th more...
Capt. Cary Hanna - Fort Lauderdale

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