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Fishing Reports by Capt. Ron Mallet


2010-03-08
11:36 PM

Fort Lauderdale Florida offshore deep sea fishing report - We are having one of the coldest winters I can remember since moving here in 1980. I know you get it worse up north but I didn't bargain for this when I came this far south. Lots of cool temps and lots of west wind has kept the fishing action scatter more...
Capt. Ron Mallet - Fort Lauderdale


2010-01-06
9:33 AM

Fort Lauderdale Florida cold fishing report - We are into our new year and the winter chill found us. It was 37 degrees this morning! Maybe not as cold as where you are sitting now but we never bargained for this weather living here. The only benefit we get from these conditions are that we know more...
Capt. Ron Mallet - Fort Lauderdale


2010-01-01
8:01 PM

Fort Lauderdale Florida Deep Sea Offshore/Inshore Light Tackle - The year ended on a great trip. We headed offshore today with a late start to let the junior angler get an easy morning wake up, I got one too. As soon as we set the live baits out a mile offshore we caught a small Red Grouper and were greeted by a s more...
Capt. Ron Mallet - Fort Lauderdale


2009-09-30
9:41 PM

Fort Lauderdale Florida Deep Sea Fishing Report - It has been a long month and summer. Tomorrow is October and it looks like the weather will give us hope that summer is leaving. It has been a while since my last report, a few reasons for that. I travel and spend time with family every summer and I more...
Capt. Ron Mallet - Fort Lauderdale


2009-09-10
1:13 AM

Fort Lauderdale Florida fishing report - The summer is in and so are the Bonita. They are the main stay of action but the Kingfish are keeping pace this year. A good amount of nice size ones too. I like using light tackle to get the most out of the run and let the drag do some singing. The more...
Capt. Ron Mallet - Fort Lauderdale


2008-12-16
6:59 AM

Fort Lauderdale Florida fishing report - We had a good taste of things to come yesterday. 2 of 3 Sailfish landed, a few Kingfish with some being on the large side. This was all done fishing live baits a mile or so straight out our inlet. The battles were great while using light tackle. Th more...
Capt. Ron Mallet - Fort Lauderdale


2008-11-12
11:18 AM

Fort Lauderdale Florida fishing report. Inshore and Offshore - The fall weather has kicked in. The bite is changing daily and luck plays as big a role as ever getting into the action. The fish we target are migratory and this is the time of year they head south to stay warm for the winter. If they are on the mov more...
Capt. Ron Mallet - Fort Lauderdale


2008-09-28
5:10 PM

Fort Lauderdale fishing report, fall kick off - The change of weather is upon us. This means that the fall run of fish heading south is just starting. The bait lead off the move and gamefish follow. I am seeing lots of mullet in the harbor and inlet. They are stalked by Jack Crevalle, Barracuda, T more...
Capt. Ron Mallet - Fort Lauderdale


2008-08-24
10:21 PM

Fort Lauderdale Summer Action - We dodged another one. Lots of rain and fireworks but no real bad winds. Now that it has passed we are into the sports again. The offshore scene has held up well while live baiting a mile or so outside the inlet. Mostly Kingfish and Bonitas. The more...
Capt. Ron Mallet - Fort Lauderdale


2008-04-01
9:22 AM

Fort Lauderdale Fishing Report - The wind has blown hard straight from the east the last few days. This has really pushed the fish into the harbor. With our huge inlet facing straght to the east it has allowed lots of weeds and debris to enter due to the winds. We found a nice weed more...
Capt. Ron Mallet - Fort Lauderdale

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