Hello everyone Capt. Vinnie here, just an exceptional week here in Fort Lauderdale for deep sea fishing. To start out the report this week I’m going to talk about the inshore bite just on the edge of the reef. Trolling has been very productive right now with surface and baits under the surface. We have been catching quite a few mahi just on the edge of the reef right now I would say it has been as good of a mahi bite that I have ever seen. Surface baits with meat on them what I mean by meat is either a bonito strip or rigged ballyhoo has been very productive. Mahi are fast moving fish and always on the move so if you are using some type of bait on your lures rather then just a lure odds are if they hit your bait and you miss the bite they will come back and try to eat it again specially because they can taste its real. Other then mahi on the reef we have been seeing some decent sized king mackeral as well. Live bait fishing with kites has been very productive in the last few days for sailfish. Live baits fished from a kite is the preferred method if your looking to target sailfish but with live baits we have been getting some larger bonitos as well as big as 25lbs. Moving to the offshore side there has been a good amount of blackfin tuna around in all mixed sizes. Afternoons have been the most productive for the tunas and the depths from 180 feet out to 300 feet has been most productive. Smaller baits like mylar skirts and small spoons have been working the best on the tuna right now. On some of our deeper baits we have been starting to see a few wahoo as well, we dont catch many wahoo this time of year but when we do its always a great surprise. Last but not least we have been seeing some more mahi action just off the reef in depths around 400 feet. Birds, seaweed, or floating debris has been a good indication mahi are in the area, basically what I’m saying is to look for signs of life and odds are you will find the mahi close by. We have been getting some larger mahi on the offshore side of things some of the fish have been close to 30lbs. This week please be sure to check out some of the recent photos that we have of some recent catches caught while out on our deep sea fishing charters and also remember to give us a like and follow on social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram @Ybnormalsportfishing for daily fishing content. All in all just absolute great spring time fishing going on right now in Fort Lauderdale with lots of different species biting too. We should continue to have great fishing for the next few months so if your thinking about coming down to Fort Lauderdale and looking to get out deep sea fishing please look us up we some availability for the rest of April and we would love to show you a great time on the water.

Capt. Vinnie (954)-559-4700

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