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Fishing Reports by Capt. Ryan McBride


2014-02-09
7:54 AM

Sailfish - We have finally had some good consistent sailfishing here off Fort Lauderdale. The cold front 3 weeks ago was phenomenal and our best trip we caught 10 of 13 sail bites in 3 hours of fishing. These fish arent biting that good anymore but we are still more...
Capt. Ryan McBride - Fort Lauderdale


2014-01-06
11:49 AM

Winter sails and dolphin - 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 more...
Capt. Ryan McBride - Fort Lauderdale


2013-03-21
9:04 PM

Dolphin Wahoo and more - Well it is the beginning of spring and fishing has been heating up. We didn't get much of a winter this year and the sailfish were hit or miss most days, the main body of fish decided to go elsewhere this year. The good news is the water is already w more...
Capt. Ryan McBride - Fort Lauderdale


2013-01-05
8:37 PM

Sailfish Sharks Swordfish Snappers - The year ended with some great fishing off Fort Lauderdale. We have been catching sailfish, king mackeral, dolphin, snappers, groupers, and other fish. On the reef the sailfishing has slowed but other fish seem to have taken up the slack. We are s more...
Capt. Ryan McBride - Fort Lauderdale


2012-12-19
8:42 PM

Dolphin Sailfish Swordfish Grouper - Dolphin have been the highlight of the reef the past 2 weeks off Fort Lauderdale. We have been catching up to a dozen fish in a half day while kite fishing on the reef. While the average fish has been schoolie size every trip we have hooked fish in t more...
Capt. Ryan McBride - Fort Lauderdale


2012-10-10
9:06 PM

Dolphin Swordfish Wahoos and More - We are into our fall fishing off the coast of Fort Lauderdale. Fishing has slowed slightly on the reef but other fisheries have taken up the slack. On the reef I have started to notice more free jumping sailfish off ft. lauderdale. Though we aren't more...
Capt. Ryan McBride - Fort Lauderdale


2012-07-31
8:18 AM

Swordfish Kingfish Tunas Wahoos off Fort Lauderdale - Another great week of fishing in Fort Lauderdale. We have been fishing a lot this past week and every trip has been really good. King Mackeral have been dominating the reef line with lots of big fish up and down the reef. We have been catching fish f more...
Capt. Ryan McBride - Fort Lauderdale


2012-07-16
11:24 AM

Hot Summer Fishing Off Fort Lauderdale - We have been having a good couple of weeks recently fishing on the Conched Out. We have been catching everything from snappers to mackerals to marlin in the last week from Boca Raton to Fort Lauderdale. On the reef we have been catching snappers pre more...
Capt. Ryan McBride - Fort Lauderdale


2012-05-14
7:59 AM

Fort Lauderdale Summer Sailfish - We are still dealing with some dirty water from the larger amounts of rain we have had over the past weeks. When you can find the areas that have had slight movement to the north we have been catching fish in good numbers. The sailfish off Fort Lau more...
Capt. Ryan McBride - Fort Lauderdale


2012-04-25
10:44 AM

Dolphin Tunas Kingfish Sailfish Snappers - This is truely my favorite time of the year to fish in south florida. The dolphin are running and in good numbers, the kingfish are hungry, the blackfin tunas have shown up, sailfish still remain, and the bottom can be alive with tasty bottom dwelll more...
Capt. Ryan McBride - Fort Lauderdale

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