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Fort Lauderdale Fishing Reports


2019-10-10
7:34 AM

Big Groupers Biting on our Deep Dropping Charters - Nice catches this week deep dropping in Fort Lauderdale around the many shipwrecks that lie at the bottom of the ocean. For many years, Fort Lauderdale had a huge artificial reef program where we would take old, decommissioned boats out and sink t more...
Capt. Paul Roydhouse - Fort Lauderdale


2019-10-09
5:14 PM

Fort Lauderdale Fishing - This is a GREAT time of year to be offshore of Fort Lauderdale fishing. You just don't know what will bite. With all the bait migrating through the area and heading south down the coast, any species of fish can be present and give you a bite. As a fr more...
Capt. Steve Souther - Fort Lauderdale


2019-10-09
2:59 PM

Daytime snapper and wreck fishing - This week at on the YB Normal we have been doing things little different, in our daytime fishing charters we have been put the trolling equipment away and decided to do lots of bottom fishing for some tasty creatures, the trolling bite has been somew more...
Capt. Vinnie Sacks - Fort Lauderdale


2019-10-08
8:35 PM

Erratic fishing despite abundance of bait - Fishing in Fort Lauderdale has been all over the charts with a day of reasonable action immediately followed by a day of struggling to bend the rods. There is an old cynical saying among old timers at this sport that at times the more you go, the l more...
Capt. Rick Brady - Fort Lauderdale


2019-10-05
1:22 PM

Snappers Are Biting At Night in Ft Lauderdale - The yellowtail snapper bite is hot this week on our Fort Lauderdale night fishing trips. October is always one of our best months of the year for snapper fishing. While they bite pretty good during the day trip, it's night where they really snap. more...
Capt. Paul Roydhouse - Fort Lauderdale


2019-10-01
4:44 PM

Night Time Snapper Fishing - This week we have had some really great snapper fishing trips on the YB Normal, we have been limiting out basically every night that we go what I mean by that is we are catching are legal recreational bag limit of snappers on a night time anchor char more...
Capt. Vinnie Sacks - Fort Lauderdale


2019-09-30
12:07 PM

Sailfish Fishing in Ft Lauderdale - Sailfish season is here! Every year, usually beginning in October and lasting through the middle of March, we have a world-class sailfish migration down our coastline. These gamefish range anywhere from 5-8ft in length and are one of the most soug more...
Capt. Rod Roydhouse - Fort Lauderdale


2019-09-29
1:06 PM

Cooler air as Fall is upon us - I'll footnote the cooler air as slightly cooler air LOL, after all this still Florida. Just home from my annual vacation in upstate Maine where it was in the mid to upper 40s at night with one night hitting 41. That is certainly cooler as Fall more...
Capt. Rick Brady - Fort Lauderdale


2019-09-27
6:36 AM

Fort Lauderdale Fall Fishing - It has always amazed me how much a few degrees of temperature can make such a difference. Fort Lauderdale fall fishing is upon us. To be out on the sea when it is 87 degrees is much more comfortable than say… 95. LOL Let's drop that humidity down too more...
Capt. Steve Souther - Fort Lauderdale


2019-09-24
6:22 PM

Great Mahi Fishing - Some of the weather this week has not been to favorable for fishing but we happen to get out even those it was rough with some great repeat customers from New York, Tom and his wife they have fished with us for the last 5 years always chartering us f more...
Capt. Vinnie Sacks - Fort Lauderdale

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