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Fishing report from Jonathan F. in Pompano Beach, Florida Book a trip with Captain Jonathan here.

Fishing report from Jason Y. in Destin, Florida Book a trip with Captain Jason here.

Fishing report from Judah B. in Destin, Florida

Fishing report from Harry R. in Kapaʻa, Hawaii Book a trip with Captain Harry here.

Fishing report from Addison S. in Port Aransas, Texas Book a trip with Captain Addison here.

Fishing report from Paul R. in Orange Beach, Alabama Book a trip with Captain Paul here.

Fishing report from Matthew C. in Destin, Florida Book a trip with Captain Matthew here.

Fishing report from Dan M. in Key Largo, Florida Book a trip with Captain Dan here.

Fishing report from Dave Z. in Fort Lauderdale, Florida Book a trip with Captain Dave here.

    Happy Day Today. Deep sea fishing report for 52′ Hatteras sportfish located at Bahia Mar in Fort Lauderdale. Sailfishing in Fort Lauderdale is a popular activity, especially during the winter months when sailfish migrate through the area in large numbers. Fort Lauderdale is known as the “Sailfish Capital of the World” due to the abundance of sailfish in its waters. An angler can experience multiple sailfish when fishing in Fort Lauderdale. These acrobatic fish are prized for their fighting ability and are released after being caught to preserve the population and due to conservation has been continually growing. Sailfish are abundant in Fort Lauderdale’s waters January through May. This is when the sailfish migrate through the area in large numbers. Sailfish tent to congregate near underwater structures, reefs, drop-offs, and current edges. We catch sailfish in water depths ranging from 100 to 300feet, where sailfish are known to feed. Of course we catch them in shallower water and out many miles in the very deep water, however the sweet spot is from 100-300. Trolling is an effective method for targeting sailfish using rigged ballyhoo, mullet, or strip baits. Troll these baits behind the boat at varying depths and distances until you get a strike. Kite fishing and live baits are highly effective and one of the most popular methods. Popular choices include goggle eye, pilchards, blue runners and herring. Many anglers use teasers which are artificial or natural baits rigged to attract sailfish to the surface.

Fishing report from Richard R. in Islamorada, Florida Book a trip with Captain Richard here.

Fishing report from Taco P. in Fort Lauderdale, Florida Book a trip with Captain Taco here.

Fishing report from Ralph M. in Miami, Florida Book a trip with Captain Ralph here.

Fishing report from Brad A. in Pompano Beach, Florida Book a trip with Captain Brad here.

Fishing report from Ryan S. in Orange Beach, Alabama Book a trip with Captain Ryan here.

Fishing report from Eric M. in Boynton Beach, Florida Book a trip with Captain Eric here.

Fishing report from Russell R. in Port Isabel, Texas

Fishing report from Ron C. in Pompano Beach, Florida Book a trip with Captain Ron here.

Fishing report from Ricky P. in St. Augustine, Florida Book a trip with Captain Ricky here.

Fishing report from Jason Y. in Destin, Florida

Fishing report from Chris G. in Key West, Florida Book a trip with Captain Chris here.

    Wahoo and sails offshore, reef is nonstop action.
    Wahoo and sails offshore, reef is nonstop action.

Fishing report from Jerry P. in New Smyrna Beach, Florida Book a trip with Captain Jerry here.

Fishing report from Shawn S. in Pompano Beach, Florida Book a trip with Captain Shawn here.

    Cooler weather has really heated up the fishing here in south Florida.. lots of quality Dolphin around. With the wind and the colder weather has really started the sailfish season off with a bang!!!! Multiple sails being caught daily.. plenty of blackfin and skip jack tunas around. Some are in the 8-15 lb range but there is also lots of smaller tunas and little bullet bonitas which have made the wahoo fishing insane!!! Plenty of 40 plus lb wahoos caught past few weeks. There has also been some yellow fin tunas in the area a few over 100 lbs have been caught right outside the hillsborough inlet. So book that trip!!!! Cant catch fish sitting on the sofa:fishing_pole_and_fish::fishing_pole_and_fish::fishing_pole_and_fish::fishing_pole_and_fish:
    Cooler weather has really heated up the fishing here in south Florida.. lots of quality Dolphin around. With the wind and the colder weather has really started the sailfish season off with a bang!!!! Multiple sails being caught daily.. plenty of blackfin and skip jack tunas around. Some are in the 8-15 lb range but there is also lots of smaller tunas and little bullet bonitas which have made the wahoo fishing insane!!! Plenty of 40 plus lb wahoos caught past few weeks. There has also been some yellow fin tunas in the area a few over 100 lbs have been caught right outside the hillsborough inlet. So book that trip!!!! Cant catch fish sitting on the sofa:fishing_pole_and_fish::fishing_pole_and_fish::fishing_pole_and_fish::fishing_pole_and_fish:

Fishing report from Tommy A. in Sulphur, Louisiana

Fishing report from Mike W. in Key West, Florida Book a trip with Captain Mike here.

    42 and 53 lbs wahoo On Rapala magnum 30s

Fishing report from Ron C. in Pompano Beach, Florida Book a trip with Captain Ron here.

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