Wreck fishing offshorePosted on: February 13, 2009
October 10th, 2008
Mr. Clars and his son traveled from Brazil to the right place to get in on some deep sea fishing action, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. It was their very first time ever experiencing saltwater fishing at it’s finest, saltwater fishing at that. They had never been and wanted to catch something they’d never forget. And we did. The kings and bonitos were everywhere so we headed to a wreck to catch them something bigger. The wrecks off the Fort Lauderdale coast are anywhere from 100 ft of water to 350 ft of water, so we have many options. The first two we made drops on, nobody was around. On the third wreck we dropped live bait on, the rod bent over instantly. It was a huge amberjack. They didn’t know these fish fought that hard. Good catch!
Captain David Ide