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Fort Lauderdale, FL - Offshore

Capt. David Ide
February 24, 2000
Fort Lauderdale - Saltwater Fishing Report

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 (Mahi-mahi). We had quite a few wahoo & sailfish caught on board this week. The wrecks are alive with sharks amberjacks, barracudas, cobia, snappers and groupers. One amberjack weighed close to 100 lbs. We had a couple of Barracudas over 50 lbs. These are big fish. Most of the fish are being caught on live bait.

We expect the fishing only to get better from now though June. We hope to see you here.

Catch-em-up,

Capt. Kunta

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Ft Lauderdale's closest Drift Fishing & Sport Fishing Fleet to the ocean in South Florida. 5 minutes to fishing grounds. 2 custom built 41' Hatteras Sportfish boats. Shared & Private Charters starting at $125. Sportfishing trips for 6 or more. Articulating fighting chair suspended over the water. Drift Fishing = 22 people max. SPACIOUS cockpit, MORE room for you, MORE fish for you. 3 trips daily ONLY $45 per person. Marlin, Sailfish, Swordfish, Wahoo, Mahi - Mahi, Cobia, Grouper, Snapper, Tun

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Lady Pamela II
5400 N Ocean Drive
Hollywood, FL 33019
Phone: 954-761-8045
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