Essentially flat calm seas continue to greet us every morning. There are the expected scattered showers to deal with but none so serious as to force a cancellation of a charter. Loads of juvenile Bonito (we call them bullets due to their speed) have moved in and they are chocolate cake to game fish. Some very nice fish this week as larger game fish follow the bait fish into our Ft. Lauderdale fishing area, and also the wrecks for the most part continue to yield big Amberjacks and you’ll see a second nice Cubera Snapper that hit the box posted in the photos with this fishing report. School Kings along the reef line on the troll. Some larger ones on live bait. Scattered Mahi and Tunas. Rosebelly Perch out in the deep deep (750-825′) on the electric reel. Sailfish two of the last three days. Absolutely bosco Cudas on some wrecks have provided good fun on light tackle. And our first taste of Fall is rolling in with a “cool” front. More bait on the way. If you have kids, bring them. Enjoy the photos of anglers who have joined us here for a fishing charter in Ft. Lauderdale. See you on the rip.