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Fort Lauderdale Mahi Mahi fishing

Capt. Mike Johnson
May 27, 2013
Fort Lauderdale - Saltwater Fishing Report

Mahi Mahi Fishing in Fort Lauderdale was pretty decent today. While we only had a half day trip and not much time to really spend hunting offshore for them we were still able to catch four nice mahi. The seas were a little choppy offshore as well so we headed back in toward the reef and caught a couple good size kingfish and a couple bonitas to boot! Mahi Fishing has been great this month but they are moving farther and farther offshore. To really target these fish we you need to book a 6 hour or 8 hour trip . It is also best if you can go during the week. On the weekends everyone has Mahi Fever and is big as the ocean is it gets small quick when there is only one or two weedlines or edges to fish. Mahi fishing in Fort Lauderdale or anywhere for that matter is really a hunting game. You can catch them at anytime your trolling offshore but your odds jump considerably when you can find a weed or debris line, a tree bancc, pallet or any other floating structure where the bait can try and hide from these "green demons". We always fish a deep bait on a planer or down rigger for the wahoos that often accompany the mahi around the debris. Triple tails are another tasty treat that we will find on the structure as well and are welcomed in our fish box to stay for dinner!

Fort Lauderdale Fishing Forecast:

Expect calmer seas, hotter weather and better and better mahi fishing as June approaches

Target Species:

mahi mahi

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We gear towards the novice and expert alike. Children welcome. We offer 4, 6, 8 hour trips and we specialize in swordfish trips. You only need to bring what you wish to eat and drink. Fully air-conditioned and CLEAN bathrooms. All good eating fish are YOURS. A cooler full of ice will be provided for your beer or sodas and we have a full galley and refrigerator for any sandwiches or snacks.

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7361 nw 13 ct
plantation, FL 33313
Phone: 954-522-4773
Alt. Phone: 954-471-8560
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