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Fort Lauderdale Fishing Reports


2000-09-08
12:00 AM

Fort Lauderdale, FL - Offshore - More Kings, Bonitas and even a few Wahoo! The kings have been a little bigger this week. Live bait has been the ticket for the bigger ones. The Bonitas are still here and abundant. Quite a few Wahoo have been weighed in this week. One Wahoo more...
Capt. David Ide - Fort Lauderdale


2000-08-29
12:00 AM

Fort Lauderdale, FL - Offshore - Summer time Fishing! The bonitas and kingfish are still biting on the reef. Trolling spoons and strips are the best bet. We did manage to catch a few Wahoo last week. Many other reports of wahoo were heard on the radio. We hope to see even a be more...
Capt. David Ide - Fort Lauderdale


2000-08-21
12:00 AM

Fort Lauderdale, Florida - Saltwater Fishing Report - Just got back from my summer time visit with the family in New England. I had enough mountains, trees and deer til next year, give me my ocean! We went outside the inlet, between storms, the last few days. In between bonitas and lightning we ran i more...
Capt. Ron Mallet - Fort Lauderdale


2000-08-15
12:00 AM

Fort Lauderdale, FL - Offshore - Bonitas, Kingfish and Wahoo The Bonitas have moved in thick. From the perfect size for live bait to large and XL large. Great fun. Mix in a few good size Kingfish, Barracuda, and an occasional jack and thats what we have been catching each trip. more...
Capt. David Ide - Fort Lauderdale


2000-07-24
12:00 AM

Fort Lauderdale, FL - Offshore - Bonitas, Kings and More: The Bonitas have moved in and a few kings are mixed in. Most have been caught trolling spoons and strips in 100' of water. Some Kings have been over 20 lbs. The Amnberjacks and sharks are still on the wrecks and more...
Capt. David Ide - Fort Lauderdale


2000-07-10
12:00 AM

Fort Lauderdale, FL - Offshore - Where did the Dolphin go? The dolphin have been scare and small. The kingfish have moved on and...... But, we have been catching a few large kings 18 to 30 lbs, sailfish, barracuda, amberjacks, bonita and sharks. Most of these fish have been on more...
Capt. David Ide - Fort Lauderdale


2000-06-23
12:00 AM

Fort Lauderdale, Florida - Saltwater Fishing Report - Summer is here and June has been good to us with baited rods in the water! I guess you came here to get the inshore report but all I can do for you at this time is relay what I have my friends are telling me. I've had my lines in the water outside th more...
Capt. Ron Mallet - Fort Lauderdale


2000-06-22
12:00 AM

Fort Lauderdale, FL - Offshore - Dolphin, Dolphin & more Dolphin The Dolphin have been everywhere. Lots of schoolies and a few gaffers. Weedlines & debris from 120' to 600' of water. The Sharks are still biting. Hammerheads, blacktips and even a mako was weighed in this week. more...
Capt. David Ide - Fort Lauderdale


2000-06-04
12:00 AM

Fort Lauderdale, Florida - Saltwater Fishing Report - Now that June has arrived I guess it's OK to say summer is here. A lot of areas in the country will see the same temp's during the mid day hours that we get, but few start the with 82 degrees at sunrise. These conditions bring two things to mind. Nig more...
Capt. Ron Mallet - Fort Lauderdale


2000-06-01
12:00 AM

Fort Lauderdale, FL - Offshore - The weather has been great, sea conditions are calm for the most part and fishing has been steadily improving. Dolphin are being found near and under the numerous weedlines and debris in the water. Catches have been made in most all depths on trolled more...
Capt. David Ide - Fort Lauderdale

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