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Fishing Reports by Capt. Kenny Hawkins

8:01 AM

Deep Sea Fishing Sea Legs III - http://www.deepseafishingsealegs.com 954 923-2109 South Florida is called The Deep Sea Fishing Capital of the World !! It couldn't be more appropriately named. With our peninsula surrounded by three great bodies of water, each having more...
Capt. Kenny Hawkins - Fort Lauderdale

10:50 AM

Day Time Kingfish on the Sea Legs III - 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 more...
Capt. Kenny Hawkins - Fort Lauderdale

10:33 PM

Friday Night on the Sea Legs III November 26. 2010 - Friday Night Report Dateline November 27th, 2010 As I arrived at the Sea Legs III , the parking lot was full with bustling fisherman as the afternoon trip was just leaving. Kenny and Jimmy were cleaning a table full of fish that came up from a a more...
Capt. Kenny Hawkins - Fort Lauderdale

9:40 PM

Sea Legs III Mutton Snapper Bite - As the Fort Lauderdale waters start to cool the Mutton Snapper bite is on again. We have seen a lull in the Mutton bite in the last few months but the water temperature change has awakened the appetites of the tastey snappers. We are catching Muttons more...
Capt. Kenny Hawkins - Fort Lauderdale

3:06 PM

Sea Legs III Friday Night October 8th,2010 - The winds finally died down last night and the seas were relatively calm at about 1 to 3 feet. The winds blew out of the NE at about 10 knots which caused the Sea Legs III to swing back and forth. I had a corner stern spot on the starboard side. On more...
Capt. Kenny Hawkins - Fort Lauderdale

6:30 PM

Deep Sea Fishing on Sea Legs III in September - Deep Sea Fishing and drift fishing on the Sea Legs III has been fantastic! As the winds slow and the sea calms the fish seem to crave any bait that is thrown to their direction. We have been loading up on Vermillion Snappers during the day. We have b more...
Capt. Kenny Hawkins - Fort Lauderdale

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