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Fort Lauderdale Fishing Reports


2000-04-09
12:00 AM

Fort Lauderdale, Florida - Saltwater Fishing Report - This is a great time to try out your light tackle skills on the inshore waters of Fort Lauderdale. There is loads of small baitfish (looks like baby blue runners) all over the harbor and the canals. Because of this the Jacks are in the area snacking more...
Capt. Ron Mallet - Fort Lauderdale


2000-03-23
12:00 AM

Fort Lauderdale, FL - Offshore - The March winds have improved the fishing as expected. Kite fishing, we caught Big Dolphin 20 to 45 lbs this week along with Sailfish, Wahoo and Sharks. On the reefs were Bonitas and a few King Mackeral. Some nice Mutton Snappers were also cau more...
Capt. David Ide - Fort Lauderdale


2000-03-21
12:00 AM

Fort Lauderdale, Florida - Saltwater Fishing Report - It looks like the spring season has officially started. The birds are flying north, and the bait and predators are doing the same. The mullet had an appearance all winter. They could be found in the canals just about any day if you knew where to look more...
Capt. Ron Mallet - Fort Lauderdale


2000-03-10
12:00 AM

Fort Lauderdale, FL - Offshore - The Dolphin are here! The Easterly winds have brought the blue water in along with some weedlines. Quite a few Dolphin have been caught with most of the fish being in the 5 to 15 lb. range. There was also a couple of fish in the 40 lb range we more...
Capt. David Ide - Fort Lauderdale


2000-03-09
12:00 AM

Fort Lauderdale, Florida - Saltwater Fishing Report - It appears that the little bit of winter we had is already ending. The birds and fish seem to be heading north already. In the 20 years that I've been here this feels like the mildest season I can remember. The water temp gauge on my sonar unit never more...
Capt. Ron Mallet - Fort Lauderdale


2000-03-02
12:00 AM

Fort Lauderdale, FL - Offshore - Fishing is still Great! This week we have been fishing the wrecks. Lots of Sharks, Amberjacks and Barracudas. The Hammerheads have shown up. There was also a couple of Thresher sharks caught this week by other boats. Trolling this week h more...
Capt. David Ide - Fort Lauderdale


2000-03-01
12:00 AM

Fort Lauderdale, FL - Offshore - Hi fellow anglers, Capt. Kunta Smith here, Once again it's time for my weekly fishing report. The last two months have been outstanding and its only going to get better. Springtime is upon us and that means sunny more...
Capt. David Ide - Fort Lauderdale


2000-02-24
12:00 AM

Fort Lauderdale, FL - Offshore - If you're too busy to go fishing... You're too busy! (Bill Ring) We are busy fishing. We are also busy catching fish, from Port Everglades and the beach to the Gulfstream. Offshore fishing has produce some nice wahoo, sailfish, sharks and dolphin ( more...
Capt. David Ide - Fort Lauderdale


2000-02-17
12:00 AM

Fort Lauderdale, Florida - Saltwater Fishing Report - The inshore scene has remained much the same since my last report. Reason being is this is one mild winter. My long pants days are only up to 5 so far all winter. The Tarpon are still hanging in the ICW around the 17th street bridge project. Most more...
Capt. Ron Mallet - Fort Lauderdale


2000-02-04
12:00 AM

Fort Lauderdale, Florida - Saltwater Fishing Report - I grew up in the New England area and had my share of winter, I don't miss it and I enjoy a little sweating, but I also know that we need a bit of a chill to get our action going. So far this season I've only had to put on my long pants 4 days. The w more...
Capt. Ron Mallet - Fort Lauderdale

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