Hello Everyone Capt. Vinnie here, June has just started and that means summer time is about to kick off, June is one of my favorite times to fish in the Fort Lauderdale area so much variety of different species biting and lots of options. Lately fishing in Fort Lauderdale has been productive early mornings and late evenings have been best, late evenings have been producing a good amount of rain but it usually never makes it to where we are fishing in Ft. Lauderdale and primarily stays on the land side of things. Summer months bring summer temps, pretty much daily you have little to no wind in the mornings and flat calm ocean conditions, as it gets towards the later afternoon there is a ocean breeze and the ocean still remains calm. Early in the mornings trolling has been very productive for mostly all predatory fish, fishing the reef with planners and seawitches with fresh bonito strips is always a winner in my book, inside of 200 feet of water lots of kingfish, bonito, and barracuda right now, on the offshore side a few wahoo around and later in the evenings the tuna bite has been unreal some nice sized tuna as well in the 30lb class. Other then trolling in the evenings for the tuna we have been very slowly trolling live baits called pilchards and we have been catching much larger tunas this way, using 20lb test line makes it a challenge to land some of these larger tunas. Mahi mahi are still not around yet but they should be around in the near future so stay tuned for future reports for when they start to heat up. Wreck fishing remains very good for hard pulling fish like amberjack and also the snapper fishing for vermillion snapper remains very good on days with light current seems the deeper the structure that you fish the larger the snapper. This week be sure to checkout some of our great photos of some recent catches we have had while Ft Lauderdale deep sea fishing. Also give us a follow on social media platforms like instagram and facebook @Ybnormalsportfishing for daily fishing content. Summer is just beginning here in Fort Lauderdale and the fish are biting, the bite should only keep improving as we approach July, till next time Capt. Vinnie 954 559 4700