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Fort Lauderdale Fishing Reports


2019-03-15
11:01 AM

Better chances for Sailfish this week - Still pretty warm here despite a good easterly wind taking the edge off. Seeing a few more Kings, Mahi and Tunas than last week but we would like to see more and some days continue to be tough fishing. Every morning, and we are fishing every day, beg more...
Capt. Rick Brady - Fort Lauderdale


2019-03-12
8:27 PM

Monster wahoo - The Graham family from Northern Ontario Canada were on vacation in Fort Lauderdale. They decided to bring there son Mike a 10th grader out for a 4 hour Deep Sea Private Fishing Charter on The YB Normal. We left our dock at 8:00 AM located at 1005 more...
Capt. Vinnie Sacks - Fort Lauderdale


2019-03-08
10:44 PM

Big Bull Dolphin Biting 1 Mile Off The Beach - March is here and that means the big bull dolphin are around. This afternoon, we went out and headed offshore for some dolphin trolling. We hooked into some big bulls about 600ft of water, just 2 and a half miles off the coast. This is the first more...
Capt. Paul Roydhouse - Fort Lauderdale


2019-03-08
6:50 PM

Great Snapper Fishing - We left the dock at 6:30 PM with a private night fishing charter on the YB Normal out of Fort Lauderdale. We had 5 Local customers that lived right in South Florida. Out target fish for the night was snapper of any kind. At night off of Fort Laude more...
Capt. Vinnie Sacks - Fort Lauderdale


2019-03-07
4:57 PM

Snappers on the Drift Boat, Sailfish & Kings on the Sportfish - The title says it all. Our drift fishing trips are starting to catch a good variety of snappers on our daily drift and anchor trips. Mutton snappers are biting pretty good on the daytime trips. Mutton snappers are the bigger snappers that we cat more...
Capt. Paul Roydhouse - Fort Lauderdale


2019-03-06
5:50 PM

Salt Water Fishing Fort Lauderdale Shark - Fort Lauderdale Fishing with Top Shot Sportfishing Charter Boat and Capt. Zsak Jeff Barrack and his son, 10 year old Jack, along with Jeff's father-in-law all from Pennsylvania chartered the Top Shot Sportfishing charter boat team for a private more...
Capt. Thomas Zsak - Fort Lauderdale


2019-03-05
8:14 PM

Tunas, Tiles, Sails and Kings offshore - A special thanks to our brave anglers who have joined us on a fishing charter in Fort Lauderdale in the midst of this wickedly warm weather. LOL. We know it can't get too warm for many of our northern visitors as we said in our last report, and warm more...
Capt. Rick Brady - Fort Lauderdale


2019-03-01
6:10 PM

Monster Mahi-Mahi Caught On Our Fort Lauderdale Fishing Trip - This is the season the huge mahi-mahi come in to do their annual spawn in 300-450ft of water, right off the coast of Fort Lauderdale. While most of the year the average size mahi-mahi dolphin fish is in the 6-10 pound range, this time of year the more...
Capt. Rod Roydhouse - Fort Lauderdale


2019-03-01
3:30 PM

Great Father and son outing - Father and son Steven and Josh chartered YB Normal for a 4 hour private Deep Sea fishing trip from Fort Lauderdale. They were in Fort Lauderdale celebrating Josh's 16th birthday. We put the lines out in 85 feet of water and began trolling to the so more...
Capt. Vinnie Sacks - Fort Lauderdale


2019-02-26
10:43 AM

Big Fish Are Starting To Show Up In Ft Lauderdale - The fish are coming to Ft Lauderdale for Spring Break and they're already starting to show up. This week, some big wahoo started to bite which are a good indicator for fishing in general. Wahoo are big, hungry gamefish. They are the fastest fish more...
Capt. Paul Roydhouse - Fort Lauderdale

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