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Fall patterns are in full swing. Get in on it!

On November 29, 2016, Posted by , In Tuna, By , With No Comments

Nov. 29, 16 – The fall patterns are definately in full swing. This means we’re looking for the cold fronts. As a cold front approaches the wind blows out of the northwest and comes around to the southeast after the front passes. The ideal wind is northwest, north to north…

Half day trips are a great Thanksgiving Day tradition!

On November 25, 2016, Posted by , In Mahi mahi,Sportfishing, By , , With No Comments

Nov 24, 2016 – So you know the relatives aren’t going to show up until later. The games don’t start until after noon. You have an entire half day to do anything you want. Sure you could sleep in. Or you could take this opportunity to fish a half day!…

Sailfish and Kingfish

On November 21, 2016, Posted by , In Kingfish,Sailfish,Sportfishing, By ,, , With 1 Comment

Nov. 20, 2016 – After spending several hours in the New River meeting some nice people and handing out cards I couldn’t take the radio chatter any longer. Sailfish & kingfish were going off! So I ran out of Port Everglades and set up to start trolling for bullet bonito….

Wreck Donkeys! Drag pulling! Jigging like crazy!

On November 13, 2016, Posted by , In Sportfishing, By ,, , With No Comments

Nov 13, 2016 – For a change of pace I had two vertical jigging masters on the boat! We set out to catch some wreck donkeys (bottom fish)¬†only by vertical jigging. For those of you who don’t know what vertical jigs are check out This is a specialized type…