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Day Time Kingfish on the Sea Legs III

Capt. Kenny Hawkins
January 1, 2011
Fort Lauderdale - Saltwater Fishing Report

As we experience the cooler water tempuratures the King Mackeral or Kingfish are thriving. Day time fishing has been on fire as we pull in Kings well over 40lbs. Most are averaging between 10-20 lbs. but it is not unusual to pull in these monsters on King rigs loaded with Ballyhoo. Flatlines on the bottom seem to be working best with 2-3oz jigs. Letting the jigs drop to the bottom and then bouncing them up and down. King fish like moving targets so keep those jigs moving. Some guys are having more luck staying on top with lighter jigs and more line being let out. Baitless jigs have been producing as well, such as the Whip jig, Lucanus jig, or Diamond jigs. Blackfin Tuna, Snappers, Groupers and of course the Kingfish have all been hitting these jigs. No matter what technique or strategy you use being out on the water, especially this time of the year is like no other. Get out there and get your lines wet!

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Target Species:

King Fish, Kingfish, King Mackeral

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Best way to decide which boat to go deeep sea fishing or drift fishing is to find out who catches more fish. Sea Legs III catches fish. Just ask any mate on the other boats in Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, Miami or anywhere in Southe Florida including the Florida Keys. They will all tell you that the Sea Legs III is the best deep sea fishing or drift fishing boat in all of South Florida.

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Sea Legs III
5398 North Ocean Drive
Hollywood, FL 33019
Phone: 954-923-2109
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