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Deep Sea Fishing In June 2024 In Fort Lauderdale

Capt. Vinnie Sacks
June 28, 2024
Fort Lauderdale - Saltwater Fishing Report

Hello everyone, Capt. Vinnie here this week I have a pretty solid fishing report for you guys so we will get right into it... This week in Fort Lauderdale the fishing on the edge of the reef has been somewhat challenging some days and other days it seems like whatever you do you cant miss, we have been having alot of freshwater lately due to the heavy rain we have been having and that has made the water very dirty so for inshore most of your pelagic fish have lockjaw, but we have been catching a few fish on the inshore side of things on the troll there have been some nice sized barracudas as well as bonito and kingfish, on the positive if you can locate some cleaner water there has been plenty of fish. The further away you get from the inlet the easier it has been to locate the cleaner water so right now a longer trip like 6 hours is going to give you a better chance to catch fish. On a side note the bottom fishing this week has been exceptional for snapper with the dirty water its making it easier to fool a wary snapper because they cant notice your line as easy. We have been anchoring up for yellowtail snapper and doing quite well and also having catching a few mutton snappers mixed in, keep in mind snapper fishing is a condition based fishery and I say that loosely as in you have to have some type of current preferably north to move your chum down the reef in order to entice the snapper. Moving offshore there has been some very good mahi mahi action right now but an 8 hour trip I would say is going to be your best bet, that being said some days have been better then others on the mahi but thats fishing right, with all this fresh water from rain we have been having offshore there will be a current edge where the blue water is going to meet the brown water and that is going to be a very good place to start looking for the mahi. Right now I would say if your heading offshore to go look for mahi it is important to bring some live baits like pilchards incase you happen to find a school of mahi because live bait is something that they will have a hard time saying no too. This week please be sure to check out some of the great photos we have of some recent catches that were caught during our deep sea fishing charters out of Fort Lauderdale and remember to give us a like and follow on social media platforms like facebook and instagram @Ybnormalsportfishing for daily fishing content. Coming up for the month of July and the end of June we have some availability you might want to take advantage of if your heading down to Fort Lauderdale and looking to do some fishing please look us up we would love to show you a great time on the water.
Capt Vinnie (954)-559-4700

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Fort Lauderdale Fishing Forecast:

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