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What's Hot Inshore - March 7, 2018
The muttons and yellowtail are snapping inshore. We have had a couple late season cold fronts that sparked a shrimp run along with the full moon. Using a live shrimp on a jig head to get to the bottom has worked best. by David Ide
What's Hot Offshore - March 7, 2018
Offshore the swordfish have been snapping! Using rigged squid or dolphin bellies that been really good. The bites have been in about 1600 feet. One this trip we landed 2 fish and had several bites. Our friend to to the south caught one over 500 pounds too. by David Ide
What's Hot Inshore - February 13, 2018
The fishing on the first reef for Grouper has been the story. We are getting some nice ones using live, dead and cut bait. Circle hooks have been the best bite with a light leader. by David Ide
What's Hot Offshore - February 13, 2018
The wahoo have been around in the early morning trolling bonita strips on planers. We have caught a handful in the past couple weeks. The sailfish have been a bit slow, but finally picked up today as the winds have turned directly out of the east. We hope to find more on tomorrows trip. by David Ide
What's Hot Inshore - October 3, 2017
The snapper fishing on the reef has been on fire. There has been a variety of species biting. Using dead finger mullet, cut squid, and ballyhoo has been best. by David Ide
What's Hot Offshore - October 3, 2017
Offshore we have been finding big black grouper on the wrecks and kingfish on the 2nd/3rd reef. Live bait has been your best best, but they are bitting trolled strips on planers as well. by David Ide
What's Hot Inshore - September 21, 2017
The mullet run is going off! With hurricane Irma passing over us, it turned on the mullet to move South and they are doing it daily. Check out this awesome angler Captain Tim got while snook/tarpon fishing the inside of Port Everglades. by David Ide
What's Hot Offshore - September 21, 2017
Offshore has been all about mahi and kingfish. There is a ton of debris and weedlines out here, find the ones with the birds and you are guaranteed to get a rod bent. by David Ide
What's Hot Offshore - August 26, 2017
The mahi mahi have been thick! Mostly school sizes, however we are finding bigger fish on the days when there is some chop and SE winds. by David Ide
What's Hot Inshore - August 1, 2017
Inshore on the drift boat there has been a lot of grouper, yellowtail, muttons and mangrove snapper. The night trips have been the most productive however the day trips are finding the fish very well. The recent rain we had today should cool of the temps and make the trips even better. by David Ide
What's Hot Offshore - August 1, 2017
The kingfish and bonita are on fire! The winds have shifted to the west and we are seeing some amazing kingfish fishing with fish over 30 pounds as well. Trolling bonita strips or live baiting has been most productive. Generally between 80 and 130 feet has been the best bite. by David Ide
What's Hot Inshore - March 13, 2017
The tarpon fishing has been really good during the day and at night on trolled mullet, pinfish and shrimp. Look for the fish up top rolling as we haven't been marketing them too good. by David Ide
What's Hot Offshore - March 13, 2017
Offshore, the Bluefish are migrating off our coast. We are geared up to catch one this week as we target sailfish, mahi, and blackfin tuna. We will be using a 130 class rod and gear. by David Ide
What's Hot Inshore - February 16, 2017
The tarpon fishing is red hot in Miami right now on the shrimp. We are running our SeaVee down there and getting multiple fish each evening. The fish have been between 20 and 80 pounds so far, but this is just the start of the season. by David Ide
What's Hot Offshore - February 16, 2017
The offshore bite has been all about sailfish on the kites. As I type this the wind has died and the seas have flattened out, however we are slow trolling live baits and using helium on the kites when we need to. by David Ide
What's Hot Inshore - June 13, 2016
The tarpon bite has been excellent in the evenings, especially after the rain. We have been fishing with crabs and mullet, however the pilchards have appeared on the beach and the tarpon are balling them up just off the buoy line. Look for the bait and you'll find the fish. by David Ide
What's Hot Offshore - June 13, 2016
The mahi bite is in full swing. Look for frigate birds in shallow as we haven't been running far. Every day is different, but east winds are best with SE very good as well. On the calm days we have been going out a bit further, but rarely more than 800feet to find good fish. by David Ide
What's Hot Offshore - June 30, 2015
The past couple days the Florida Current (that part of the Gulf Stream system that flows generally from the Gulf of Mexico along the Florida east coast to the Atlantic Ocean) has been flowing very close inshore. As a result, we caught some mahi-mahi surprisingly close to shore earlier by David Ide
What's Hot Offshore - February 3, 2015
January 28, 2015 - These past couple days we have had great fish sailfishing weather off of Fort Lauderdale. Several cold fronts came through this last week and the fishing turned red hot. A couple boats had up to 20 sailfish bites in one day. On Wednesday the Lady Pamela II caught two sailfish . by David Ide
What's Hot Offshore - March 20, 2013
Warren and his family joined Justin and I on the Lady Pamela II today for a beautiful Sunday fishing trip. During the 6 hour charter we trolled the reef edge with baits rigged on both planers and on the surface. Our first catch was a 40 lb Almaco jack that put up a pretty good fight. by David Ide
What's Hot Offshore - November 11, 2012
This morning Darin and I took out a few clients from Oregon and Indiana. We stopped by the Lauderdale Marina on the way out and picked up some goggleyes for kite fishing. A cold front had just come through the area so I knew it was likely that a few sailfish might be around, and th by David Ide
What's Hot Offshore - December 27, 2011
The fishing offshore is red hot lots of mahi mahi cobia and kingfish. Today i heard of fifteen boats catching wahoos including ours caught three and every body else catching one or two wahoos. There was a nice edge in 300-400 feet from port everglades to plam beach with smokeing north current. by David Ide
What's Hot Offshore - July 27, 2011
Our charter boats have been catching mahi mahi, cobia, wahoo and knigfish along with a few sailfish every week. This time of year is the best time of year for trolling off shore for these species. by David Ide
What's Hot Offshore - July 14, 2011
The next 6 weeks here in Fort Lauderdale will have a lot of grouper swimming from the north to south doing their migration. The mahi mahi (dolphin) will be coming from the south and moving north. by David Ide