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Fishing Reports by Capt. Mike Johnson


2008-12-19
8:15 AM

Fort Lauderdale Fishing for Kids - With Christmas break here and the kids out of school our books have been filling quickly with anxious little fisher people. The fish are here to cooperate as well. We have fish made to order right now with spanish mackeral and bluefish just out sid more...
Capt. Mike Johnson - Fort Lauderdale


2008-12-03
8:09 AM

Fort Lauderdale Fishing - SAilfishing continues to be red hot off of our beautiful Fort Lauderdale coast. Here on the Local Knowledge 954 522 4773, we have been producing 1-5 bites in a half day trip. Our best day last week was 3 for 5 Not Bad. A special trip that stands o more...
Capt. Mike Johnson - Fort Lauderdale


2008-11-10
10:18 AM

Fort Lauderdale Fishing - Sailfish bite begins with onset of first coldfront. Sailfish have already begun to show this month with a couple of hot days with multiple bites and fish. Frank and Jimmy went two for four on sails with us just a couple of days ago. We first misse more...
Capt. Mike Johnson - Fort Lauderdale


2008-10-05
8:52 AM

Fort Lauderdale Fishing - Fort Lauderdale's fishing remains strong this month. We have had quite a run of kingfish, while mostly on the smaller side 5-12 pounds lighter tackle provides the greatest action. Mahi mahi have been hit or miss offshore but when found are found in more...
Capt. Mike Johnson - Fort Lauderdale


2008-09-16
8:17 AM

Fort Lauderdale's Mahi Mahi - The kids are back in school and slow season begins for us in September. THe fishing remains great but there are not as many people in town to go. We had a couple of big storms come close wchich interrupted things a bit but once they passed the fish more...
Capt. Mike Johnson - Fort Lauderdale


2008-08-04
5:05 PM

July's Hot Summer Fishing - Wow summer always gets here too quick. However it hasn't bothered Fort Lauderdale's fishing a bit. From June through August you can expect pretty much the same action on fish. Lots of kingfish, lots of bonitas an occasional sail, a few sharks and more...
Capt. Mike Johnson - Fort Lauderdale


2008-06-26
1:59 PM

Giant Hammerheads and Sailfish Continue to Haunt South Florida - Here in Fort Lauderdale we are having an extended shark and sailfish season, with no complaints from the LOCAL KNOWLEDGE 954 522 4773. Giant hammerhead sharks are continuing their migration south eating our baits along the way. They find a kingfish more...
Capt. Mike Johnson - Fort Lauderdale


2008-05-14
10:07 PM

May Fishing - May fishing has started off with a bang. Sailfish continue to make frequent appearances. They just cant get enough of those goggle eyes under the kite. Not many people get the chance to catch one of these beautiful, fast and acrobatic gamefish an more...
Capt. Mike Johnson - Fort Lauderdale


2008-04-13
10:28 PM

Fort Lauderdale Fishing - As promised March truly kicked off South Florida fishing. Our Fort Lauderdale waters have been alive with kingfish, bonitas, mahi mahi's, sailfish, amberjacks and sharks. Now with April here expect more of the same. Here on the Local knowledge 95 more...
Capt. Mike Johnson - Fort Lauderdale


2008-03-22
11:11 AM

Fort Lauderdale hot spring fishing action - Fort Lauderdale fishing heats up this month as our pelagic gamefish that have made South Florida a fishing mecca begin their assault on our reefs and offshore waters. Inshore waters from the jetties out to about 60 feet of water are home to swarms o more...
Capt. Mike Johnson - Fort Lauderdale

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