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Fishing Reports by Capt. Ryan McBride


2010-09-12
4:11 PM

Sailfish, Dolphin and Snappers - We have had a bunch of sailfish hanging around over the past two weeks off fort lauderdale and has kept our reef alive with some otherwise hit or miss fishing. We have been averaging more than 1 sail a trip and caugh up to 5/day in the last two week more...
Capt. Ryan McBride - Fort Lauderdale


2010-08-15
10:59 AM

Daytime Swordfishing, Dolphin, Snappers and More - Daytime swordfishing has been really consistent over the past 2 weeks. We are averaging almost 2 fish a trip over the past past few trips with fish in the 100-250lb. range. We have been fishing from 1500-1850ft. of water and most drops are gettig s more...
Capt. Ryan McBride - Fort Lauderdale


2010-07-25
11:20 PM

Tropical Storms Snappers Sharks Dolphin - With a tropical storm brewing in the carribean,the seas were up all last week off Fort Lauderdale. Fishing remained consistent if our fishing charters were willing to put in their time in the rough seas. Kingfish from 10-20lbs were biting on the reef more...
Capt. Ryan McBride - Fort Lauderdale


2010-07-18
10:25 PM

Snappers - With the summer here in Florida it means midday heat and occasional afternoon storms. We have been able to avoid storms by fishing early and late and have not had to cancel any fishing charters in the past few weeks. The bottom bite has been on f more...
Capt. Ryan McBride - Fort Lauderdale


2010-06-25
8:55 AM

Hot weather, Hot Fishing - Along with the hot weather we have been having hot fishing to go along with it. The key to fishing the Ft. Lauderdale's hot weather is fishing early and fishing late. The fish bite throughout the day but the best action is in the early morning and la more...
Capt. Ryan McBride - Fort Lauderdale


2010-06-08
2:27 PM

Sailfish Kingfish Cobia - Kingfish have dominated our Fort Lauderdale fishing Charters the past week or so. Most fish are in the 5-15lb range with a few fish up to 40lbs. caught recently. Mixed in with the kingfish are sailfish, dolphin, cobia, blackfin tunas, bonitas, and b more...
Capt. Ryan McBride - Fort Lauderdale


2010-05-24
4:58 PM

Blackfin Tunas - The blackfin tunas have been around finally in good numbers off Broward. Our charters have been averaging 2 fish per halfday. They have been eating off the kite and flatlines and have been active throughout the day. When the bluewater pushes in more...
Capt. Ryan McBride - Fort Lauderdale


2010-05-17
1:21 PM

Insanely Good Fishing - The past two weeks the fishing has gone from good to awesome. Giant kingfish, lots of blackfins, good size dolphin, cobias, sailfish, snappers, and more. The reef has been alive. The blackfins showed up in numbers a week and a half ago and have more...
Capt. Ryan McBride - Fort Lauderdale


2010-05-03
7:54 AM

Spring Dolphin Sailfish Cobia Kingfish - We are fully into our spring fishing now off Fort Lauderdale with more and more fish showing up everyday. On the reef over the past two weeks we have had lots of big kingfish. A good amount of them are in the 15-30lb range with a few up to and over more...
Capt. Ryan McBride - Fort Lauderdale


2010-04-03
9:25 PM

Sailfish, kingfish, dolphin, sharks, blackfins - The past week the fishing has changed daily. The key to finding the fish has been finding the current. We have fished from Fort Lauderdale to Palm Beach to the north and Ft. Lauderdale to Miami to the south, again the key is current. Last weekend w more...
Capt. Ryan McBride - Fort Lauderdale

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