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First Deep Sea Fishing Trip

Capt. Steve Souther
July 7, 2017
Fort Lauderdale - Saltwater Fishing Report

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It is time for your FIRST deep sea fishing trip. You are on vacation in Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood or Miami with your family and one of the things you have decided to do is go fishing on the deep blue sea. You are excited for yourself and your family.

There are both pros and cons to having novices on board. One pro is you have no bad habits to break. A few TV shows might have influenced you but that's not too bad. One con is you have much to learn and it usually involves a fish on the end of the line. A great way to start!

Now our family today was from the Chicagoland area. Brian and his family were aboard for their first deep sea fishing trip. They brought ample food and drinks and were generous with what they had brought. And our first fish was a Kingfish that we lost on the way to the boat.
Did I do something wrong??? It's almost hard not to smile when we are asked this question. The truth is you can do everything right and still lose a fish. Or you can do it all wrong, and I mean wrong! And you still land one. It's all part of the game.

Now Brian and his family had a great trip. They didn't know what to expect so they expected nothing. It's hard to disappoint someone with that attitude. They caught some Kings, a few Snappers and a Sailfish, the real brass ring on this trip.

We will now have a problem if and when Brian and his family return. You see, he thinks this will happen on every trip. How I wish it could but that isn't always the case. But for the moment, may he enjoy his first deep sea fishing trip and his prize, which will be featured in the basement game room.

Thank you Brian, you were wonderful guests.

Captain Steve

Target Species:

Sailfish, Shark, Swordfish, Wahoo, Tuna, Dolphin, Marlin and more...

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Deep sea fishing is fun and exciting, and here in Fort Lauderdale, it begins less than 1 mile from shore. Relax and enjoy a fishing charter trip with your family, friends or clients on our immaculately clean and air conditioned boat. Is it the thrill of something big you're after? Maybe fresh fish for dinner or just the experience of it all. Our professional, experienced and courteous crew will do everything in their power to make your day memorable and enjoyable. Fishing locally since 1976.

Contact Info:

Fanntastic Fishing
801 Seabreeze Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
Phone: 954-728-9880
Alt. Phone: 954-328-7724
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