Drift Fishing in Fort Lauderdale is HEATING UP!Posted on: July 10, 2010
Drift Fishing Report – Fort Lauderdale, Florida
July 1st, 2010
This morning the drift fishing boat headed offshore Fort Lauderdale with 11 people for a 4 hour drift fishing trip. The bite was not instant but within the first hour the fish started pouring in the boat. The King Mackerel fish biting nicely along with the Bonito fish, Trigger fish, a few Grunts and some Grouper fish. The Fort Lauderdale drift fishing bite is starting to pick up!
Don’t get left at the dock, call today to schedule a fishing trip aboard the Lady Pamela III.
July 2nd, 2010
Tonight we had our Friday night four hour drift fishing trip in Fort Lauderdale. We anchored in 65 ft just south of the pier before the rippin current caused us to move. We ran and to 35 ft of water just north of the pier and it didn’t take long before the fish were coming in the Lady Pamela III. Fresh Bonito and Squid bait were attracting the Mangrove Snappers in phenomenal numbers. We headed back to the dock with a total catch of 30 Mangrove Snappers, 2 Mutton Snappers and 4 Yellow Tail Snappers.
Drift Fishing in Fort Lauderdale brings Snapper success!
3 Drift Fishing trips daily, call to reserve your spot on Fort Lauderdale’s ONLY Sportfishing Drift Boat!
Captain David Ide