This week’s Fort Lauderdale, Charter Fishing report. The month of September has seen really productive Ft. Lauderdale Fishing over the Last 2 Weeks. Fall fishing is definitely starting. Most boats that I’ve gone have done pretty well along the 3rd reef. With good catches, reported on Kingfish, Blackfin, Bonta’s and the occasional Wahoo, Mahi Mahi. The offshore fishing continues to be hit or miss. But there have been some really good days offshore. Mahi Mahi fishing in September is always better than early summer. September is also the beginning of the mullet run in our area. This makes the inshore fishing incredibly good. Fish such as Tarpoon, Snook, Sharks and Jack Cravel’s can be caught this time of year along the beaches. Also inland around the docks and marinas can be good as well. The Marlin My Darlin boats over the last few days have had great catches on Amberjack, but Wahoo’ and the occasional Sailfish. Most of this action is a long the reef from 80 to 200 foot of water. From Boca Raton to Haulover inlet, has been consistently good. The ship Wreck Fishing is starting to pick back up with a few small Vermillion snapper’s and a couple Amberjack’s caught this past few days. The sale fishing is starting to pick up as well with a few fish seen and shallow, chasing bait fish around on the surface. This generally marks the start, of our Sailfish season each year.