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Fort Lauderdale Sailfishing

Capt. Mike Johnson
September 27, 2014
Fort Lauderdale - Saltwater Fishing Report

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Sail fishing season kicks off in just a few days. October's first couple cold fronts will move bait and sailfish down our coast in 100-400' depths. Schools of ballyhoo, flying fish, sardines and other baitfish will be getting chased and eaten by not only sailfish but mahi mahi, wahoo, big kingfish and blackfin tuna. Big hammerhead sharks will be lurking as well. If you've ever wanted to catch a sailfish October is a great month to do it, give us a call and lets go!

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Capt Mike

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We gear towards the novice and expert alike. Children welcome. We offer 4, 6, 8 hour trips and we specialize in swordfish trips. You only need to bring what you wish to eat and drink. Fully air-conditioned and CLEAN bathrooms. All good eating fish are YOURS. A cooler full of ice will be provided for your beer or sodas and we have a full galley and refrigerator for any sandwiches or snacks.

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7361 nw 13 ct
plantation, FL 33313
Phone: 954-522-4773
Alt. Phone: 954-471-8560
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