Deep Sea fishing Ft. Lauderdale 2-3-15

By February 3, 2015Fishing Reports

Deep Sea fishing in Ft. Lauderdale has been a continuation of last week with catches fluctuating throughout the week. The weather continues to be very nice . Warm and mostly sunny skies with comfortable fishing conditions near shore where we spend a lot of time this time of year (80 to 500 feet).

The photo is of Casey’s group and Jackie’s 1st King that joined us for a half day charter. Typical school sized Kings the rest of the charter with no large fish. Calm seas have almost all Kingfish action taking place below the surface. A few Wahoo being taken and most are within 350 feet of water. Sailfish continue to be scattered and in depths from 90 to 600 feet. Most encounters with the Sails have been incidental as opposed to targeting them. There are Almoco and Greater Amberjacks on the wrecks with Vermillion Snappers on many deeper wrecks and other good bottom structure as well. Tilefish a bit deeper and they bite best with some current with the Dorado a much better possibility when the current runs as well.