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Fishing Reports by Capt. Ryan McBride


2010-03-17
8:39 PM

Transitioning from Winter to Spring Fishing - The past couple weeks have been a blur. On top of the fishing changing daily I have a new baby at home to make things fly by. On the reef the sailfishing has slowed considerably. We are still seeing some fish but for the most part the winter bite has more...
Capt. Ryan McBride - Fort Lauderdale


2010-02-24
6:52 AM

Dolphin Kingfish Blackfins Sailfish Swordfish - The past two weeks have been more like spring than winter. Our charters have caught full size blackfin tunas, nice sized kingfish, a good amount of dolphin and a sailfish or two. Normally this type of fishing will put us into april or may. I have more...
Capt. Ryan McBride - Fort Lauderdale


2010-02-01
7:06 PM

Sailfish and Kingfish - Every cold front has brought in another batch of sailfish and has left some really good fishing. Last week a cold front came through and we had two days of great sailfishing, most half days were averaging 10-15 sailfish. As it warmed up the fish coni more...
Capt. Ryan McBride - Fort Lauderdale


2010-01-18
1:40 PM

Epic Sailfish Bite - Last week the sailfish that had be stalled up off Stuart finally decided to come through and it was the bite that everyone dreams of. Huge packs of fish came through with double digit catches a common thing if you could fish during the week. Most boa more...
Capt. Ryan McBride - Fort Lauderdale


2010-01-05
2:43 PM

Sailfish Dolphin Kingfish Palm Beach to Fort Lauderdale - The fishing has been great over the past few weeks and will only get better with this latest cold front. With every front that passes the sailfish have been passing through off Fort Lauderdale and we have been seeing up to 12 shots in a 3/4 day. When more...
Capt. Ryan McBride - Fort Lauderdale


2009-12-13
9:55 PM

Dolphin Sailfish Blackfin Tunas - Sailfishing and dolphin fishing has been the name of the game over the last week. We have been kite fishing when the wind is up and at time the action has been non stop. The dolphin fish have been on the reef and tearing through our live baits. Scho more...
Capt. Ryan McBride - Fort Lauderdale


2009-12-02
7:13 AM

Thanksgiving Sailfishing - We are in sailfish full swing here in Fort Lauderdale. With each cold front that comes we are having more and more pushes of sailfish coming through. The past two weeks we have seen at least one shot a day and up to 5 in a 2 hour period. The good new more...
Capt. Ryan McBride - Fort Lauderdale


2009-11-01
8:56 PM

Early Season Sailfish - Sailfish remain our main target fishing from Palm Beach to Fort Lauderdale. Finding the right water and bait has been the key to finding good numbers of sailfish along our coast. We have averaged 3 bites per half day and usually 6 or more on a full more...
Capt. Ryan McBride - Fort Lauderdale


2009-10-19
8:17 PM

The Start of Winter Fishing - Starting to really feel like winter down here in south florida. North winds, blue water pushing north and ballyhoo showering in the shallows. We have our best run of ballyhoo of the year from now through november when they push south to the keys. more...
Capt. Ryan McBride - Fort Lauderdale


2009-10-07
3:04 PM

Swords and Sails - Swordfishing has been the most consistent fishery over the past few weeks. Daytime the fishing has been really good with most fish in the 100-200lb. range and multiple bites a day. As with most daytime drops some days we have been hooking most bite more...
Capt. Ryan McBride - Fort Lauderdale

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