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Fishing Reports by Capt. Ryan McBride


2012-04-01
10:57 PM

Summer like Fishing Dolphin and Snappers - We are into what is like summer fishing. Its getting hot, the bait is here, calmer conditions and the fish are biting like its summer. We have been catching a good amount of dolphin. Most of these fish have been on the smaller side and have been more...
Capt. Ryan McBride - Fort Lauderdale


2012-01-04
9:18 PM

Fort Lauderdale Swordfishing - Over the past couple weeks we have had unusually warm weather. Not that we don't have warm weather in Fort Lauderdale but we had several weeks without a cold front to keep the fish cominsg through. Our sailfishing slowed considerably over the past more...
Capt. Ryan McBride - Fort Lauderdale


2011-12-06
11:38 AM

Sailfish Dolphin and Groupers - We have had a lot of wind and fronts coming through over the past week or two and the fishing has been really good if you have been up for the ride. Sailfishing remains strong with most half days off Fort Lauderdale catching between 3-10 fish. With t more...
Capt. Ryan McBride - Fort Lauderdale


2011-11-10
2:41 PM

Hot Sailfishing - We have been catching good numbers of sailfish over the last couple weeks. We have had several fronts in a row churning up the ocean and making the sailfish come through in good numbers. We have been averageing 4 fish in a half day over the past week more...
Capt. Ryan McBride - Fort Lauderdale


2011-10-20
12:39 PM

Early Sailfishing - We are now into our second cold front here in Fort Lauderdale and we have started sailfish season nice and early. A week ago we had our first front and we had our first day with double digit sailfish...in october. Usually we don't catch 10 or more more...
Capt. Ryan McBride - Fort Lauderdale


2011-09-19
10:29 PM

Swordfish Wahoo Sailfish Dolphin and More - We have been consistently catching wahoos off Fort Lauderdale in the last 3 weeks. Averaging .8 wahoos per trip, we are at least getting 1 shot per trip though hooking wahoos on light tackle doesn't always result in a catch. These are great fighing more...
Capt. Ryan McBride - Fort Lauderdale


2011-08-16
2:22 PM

Kingfish Wahoos Tunas Sailfish Swordfish - We have entered what I call our Fort Lauderdale fall fishing. Kingfish and Wahoos are on the deeper side of the reef while, a few bonitas and tunas are on the shallower side. On the bottom snappers are still biting well as well as lobsters for the more...
Capt. Ryan McBride - Fort Lauderdale


2011-07-22
8:01 AM

Snappers, Kingfish, Tunas off Lauderdale - The fishing has been really steady over the past few weeks off Ft Lauderdale. We have been catching kingfish, bonitas, sailfish and dolphin, mostly early in the day. When trolling has slowed we have flipped over to bottom fishing and caught some ni more...
Capt. Ryan McBride - Fort Lauderdale


2011-06-26
9:03 PM

Summertime Dolphin and Snapper - Our pelagic reef fishing has slowed considerably over the past two weeks off Fort Lauderdale. It has not died completely but we have had to change up the way we are fishing. Our best bet had been dolphin fishing offshore. These fish have been from more...
Capt. Ryan McBride - Fort Lauderdale


2011-05-25
4:28 PM

Kingfish and Dolphin - We have been catching a lot of kingfish and dolphin in the last week on our Fort Lauderdale Charters. Best part about it is all can be caught within a mile and a half of the inlet. Kingfish have been biting well on live bait in the 90-130ft depth more...
Capt. Ryan McBride - Fort Lauderdale

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