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Winter sails and dolphin

Capt. Ryan McBride
January 6, 2014
Fort Lauderdale - Saltwater Fishing Report

We have been having great sailfishing off the Fort Lauderdale coast with each passing front. On calm days we have been having between 2-5 shots a day and the rough days up to 10 shots. We have been livebaiting as usual and have been catching them off both the kite aand flat lines.
Dolohin have been biting good also on the reef. The fish have been from 8 to 25+lbs and also been caught with live bait. We have caught a few dolphin offshore of Ft. Lauderdale but the wind has limited the days we can get offshore.
A few wahoo have been caught around the new and full moon coming should be just as good. The kings have also been biting well on the reef and they should also be some big ones on the beach chasing spanish mack schools.
Temperatures haven't been cold enough for grouper fishing to heat up and the season ended without many fish being caught. They will provide some good catch and release action over the next couple months though as it gets cooler. The muttons have bit well recently and have been good sized when the conditions allow you to anchor on the deeper reefs.
Give me a call to fish off Fort Lauderdale, Pompano Beach, Lighthouse Point, Boca Raton.

Fort Lauderdale Fishing Forecast:

Sailfish, dolphin, mackerel, snappers and more.

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Captain Ryan has specialized in offshore live bait, bottom fishing, and nighttime swordfishing. Captain Ryan McBride is a USCG licensed and insured captain. Ryan is also a licensed NAUI SCUBA instructor and tournament fishing angler with wins throughout South Florida.

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