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Fishing Reports by Capt. Steve Souther


2018-04-23
4:26 AM

Springtime Fishing Begins - While some of you are living where the weather has been unseasonable, here in south Florida our springtime fishing started about a week ago. And our all day trip today was proof positive of this. Our 3 guests had but one day before heading to Boli more...
Capt. Steve Souther - Fort Lauderdale


2018-03-30
7:27 AM

Best Time To Fish - Almost every day people call for information and one of the questions they ask is When is the BEST time to fish. In some cases, they are asking about a particular month or time of year. But mostly, it is more about the morning or afternoon trip. Wh more...
Capt. Steve Souther - Fort Lauderdale


2018-03-17
5:32 AM

Fort Lauderdale Fishing Report - With some changing weather and spring just around the corner, things are changing as the ocean warms. While some fish are still migrating south, others have started their return to the north and cooler waters. The next few months should make for some more...
Capt. Steve Souther - Fort Lauderdale


2018-02-23
6:45 AM

Daytime Swordfish Fishing - Our most recent daytime Swordfish fishing trip was a HUGE success! The word from the Swordfish grounds had been great for the last week or so. And it just so happened we have a trip booked just for that! Daytiming for Swordfish is highly specializ more...
Capt. Steve Souther - Fort Lauderdale


2018-01-26
5:39 PM

This Week's Drift & Sport Fishing - Both our drift and sport fishing boats have been busy. We've been sailing and catching fish! Not always fast packed action but sizable fish on the sport boat as well as our drift boat. With the wind blowing for the next few days, fishing bottom on more...
Capt. Steve Souther - Fort Lauderdale


2018-01-05
6:02 AM

Wisconsin Badger's Hammerhead Shark - With the week between Christmas and New Year behind us, we've found that one of our trips created a bit of a stir. The Wisconsin Badger's Hammerhead Shark is what we'll call this. 5 of the players and one of the coaches from Wisconsin joined us fo more...
Capt. Steve Souther - Fort Lauderdale


2017-12-14
3:04 PM

Fishing This Week - Most of our fishing this week has been done in what we here in south Florida consider cold. OK, try not to laugh. You bundle up with winter clothes or are scraping ice or snow from your windows. As your temperatures hit 20's or less, we thin blooded more...
Capt. Steve Souther - Fort Lauderdale


2017-12-01
4:04 PM

Late Fall Dolphin - While our waters cool off Fort Lauderdale, the late fall Dolphin have been gracing us with their presence. The wrecks, both deep and shallow, are also performing well. And some other stuff mixed in. Here's the rundown. On the rip While a rip is more...
Capt. Steve Souther - Fort Lauderdale


2017-11-17
7:23 AM

Charter Boat Fishing - With the time change firmly in place now, I get a glimpse of the sea as I come over the bridge on my way to the charter boat dock. The sun is too low for a look at the color. But sea conditions look nice even though the wind is blowing. I arrive a more...
Capt. Steve Souther - Fort Lauderdale


2017-11-03
7:53 AM

This Week's Fishing - It has always amazes me how much sea conditions can change, and how quickly, as they did in this week's fishing. And with these changes come different types of fish you can catch. North current can change to none or south in minutes. Water color c more...
Capt. Steve Souther - Fort Lauderdale

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