Capt. Cary Hanna
August 3, 2008
Fort Lauderdale - Saltwater Fishing Report
It's a great time of year to enjoy the calm sea off of south Florida. Nine out of ten mornings we leave the inlet and enter mirror calm seas.
The early morning bite has been active with alot of 10-20 pound Kingfish action. Sailfish are moving in one week and gone the next. Jarred Pullum from North Carolina reeled in a large 80 inch Sailfish for his first billfish catch.
Some very large Barracudas have been stalking baitfish and getting caught on our lines. These toothy fish are unpredictable when there is a hook in there mouth, jumping like Sailfish, skyrocketing from left to right. Dolphin have been offshore as of last week in the 7-800 feet depths. The schools have been big with alot of schoolie size fish.
The Wahoo bite should turn on this month and also the Swordfishing. We have had some of our best bites on the August moon. Lets do some fishing my friend.
Sea you on the rip,
Captain Cary Hanna
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