Drift Fishing in Fort Lauderdale – All Day Dolphin Thursday Fishing TripPosted on: July 18, 2010
July 14th, 2010
Today Captain Paul and Mike had a banner July fishing day. During their morning trip, the fish were snapping on the troll anywhere from 100 – 230 ft of water. With just a light SE wind and a rippin north current they caught 7 King Mackerel, 7 Bonito fish, 3 Blackfin Tuna and a summertime Sailfish.
July 15th, 2010
Drift Fishing in Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Today we had 11 anglers aboard the Lady Pamela III for our All Day Dolphin Thursday fishing trip. At 8 AM sharp, we left the dock and headed offshore with our trolling gear ready to go. We trolled for hours in anywhere from 90 – 150 ft of water using planners and sea witches, catching loads of Mahi – Mahi, King Mackerel, Bonito fish and nice football size Blackfin Tuna. Right around noon, we threw a 20 lb Wahoo in the box after an angler won a sweaty battle. On the way home we made a few pit stops at the local shipwrecks and caught two smaller size Barracudas, about 20″ long.
Captain David Ide