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Fort Lauderdale Fishing Reports


2019-07-12
6:31 AM

Summer Snapper - Now that the 4th of July has passed and my dog is out from under the bed, it's time for summer snapper. While we fish for them the entire year-round, this time of year off Fort Lauderdale is when you can reap a nice harvest! On the sport fishing b more...
Capt. Steve Souther - Fort Lauderdale


2019-07-10
12:44 PM

Good Action on our Drift Fishing Trips This Week - Nice mixed bag of snappers, kingfish and various bottom fish are biting great this month on our drift fishing trips. Yellowtail snappers are snapping on these trips this month. The yellowtails congregate in 40-80ft of water this month and are eas more...
Capt. Paul Roydhouse - Fort Lauderdale


2019-07-06
9:44 PM

Still Great Fishing - We have had some great fishing on the YB Normal out of Fort Lauderdale Florida the last few days we had some great customers from New York, Mark and his son fished with us the morning of July 4th for a standard 4 hour trip we started out fishing plan more...
Capt. Vinnie Sacks - Fort Lauderdale


2019-07-03
4:08 AM

Sailfish Season - We are often asked when is Sailfish season by customers calling to book. While there are certain months that are better than others, we can catch Sailfish at any time of the year here off Fort Lauderdale. In the summer months, we spend much of more...
Capt. Steve Souther - Fort Lauderdale


2019-07-01
11:40 PM

HOT Days But Great Fishing - Down here in South Florida man has it been hot out good thing the YB Normal has ice cold AC, anyways the fishing has been excellent this week and we also had great customers this week to go along with great fishing, our friends Tom and Mike from New more...
Capt. Vinnie Sacks - Fort Lauderdale


2019-07-01
8:20 AM

End of June fishing report and July forecast - As we say good-bye to June and move into July summer fishing patterns are now firmly established. Early in the morning or late afternoon will often produce the best catches. Kings in particular will often bite best early in the day, and the better si more...
Capt. Rick Brady - Fort Lauderdale


2019-06-25
4:58 AM

Daily Fishing Trips - The moon phase can play a part on our daily fishing trips. Certain times of the month affects different species different ways. But my favorite phase is just after the full moon or backside as we call it. That's the time for Wahoo. April and Octob more...
Capt. Steve Souther - Fort Lauderdale


2019-06-24
10:18 PM

Girls Fishing Trip - Today on the YB Normal we had a girls trip 2 girls from Virgina one of them currently lives here, anyways we set sail at 8am sharp with flat calm water and lots of sun it was going to be a hot one, we started out trolling the reef with a typical spre more...
Capt. Vinnie Sacks - Fort Lauderdale


2019-06-20
3:51 PM

Summertime and kids /just add water - Pretty simple formula. Your children are on summer break. Traditionally calmer seas in the summer (that's the water part). Simply add Marlin My Darlin as the remaining element, sit back and enjoy a Fort Lauderdale fishing charter aboard either our more...
Capt. Rick Brady - Fort Lauderdale


2019-06-20
7:52 AM

Kids Fishing Trips During Summer Vacation - The summer is here and it's a great time to get the kids out on a fishing trip. This time of year we get tons of action on our drift fishing trips. These trips are very affordable, only $45 for adults and only $35 for kids. And it includes every more...
Capt. Paul Roydhouse - Fort Lauderdale

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