Hello everyone, Capt. Vinnie here this week I have another great report for you guys so lets get right into it. Fishing this week in Fort Lauderdale we have had exceptional weather pretty much flat calm and the fishing has been excellent. Starting the report off in the inshore side of things the trolling in the early mornings has been excellent for king mackeral. This is the time of year that they migrate through our waters and the bite has been very good with almost every day catching our limit. Average size fish has been around 10lbs. Other then kingfish on the reef we have been catching some nice sized barracudas as well as a few bonitos. Moving a little deeper, there has been some quality blackfin tuna around in early mornings and late afternoons. Tuna have large eyes and are sensitive to light so they tend to bite best in low light conditions. Trolling remains the best technique to get tuna in numbers but if your really wanting quality fish live bait is going too be key. Live pilchards and live goggle eyes are going to be the baits of choice. As far as an offshore report for mahi mahi, we actually have been catching 1 or 2 per trip on the reef on our deeper lines but I have heard of a few reports of some smaller undersize fish in about 800 feet of water, but where there are smaller mahi there are bigger ones, mahi are a schooling fish so there usually is a large amount in an area when you find them. Bringing live baits like pilchards offshore is going to assure you success if you get into a school of hungry mahi. I would say that it is still a little on the early side to be venturing offshore to look for mahi but it is good to hear that the fish are starting to show up alot earlier this year then normal. This week please be sure to check out some of the great photos of some recent catches that were caught while out on our deep sea fishing charters and remember to give us a like and follow on social media platforms like Facebook and Instagram @Ybnormalsportfishing for daily fishing content. As we get into the beginning of summer the temps will continue to stay hot and the ocean will remain calm, fishing should remain solid with lots of different species available to target so if your thinking about coming down to Fort Lauderdale to do some deep sea fishing we would love to have you and show you a great time on the water. Capt. Vinnie (954)-559-4700

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