December is usually not one of the prime months for Mahi fishing in South Florida, but the last couple of trips we have been doing really well with them. December usually kicks off Sailfish season offshore Fort Lauderdale but the warmer summertime weather lends itself more to Mahi fishing. This coming holiday weekends cold front should send the Sailfish into our waters following the baitfish as they move south along the reef. Book your trip now for some exciting fishing coming up in January!
December Mahi fishing has never been better!
| May 10, 2020
We are open and fishing again!
We are currently fishing again and the fish have been biting. We are sanitizing the boat as well as the …
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| March 28, 2020
Mahi fishing will heat up in April and May!
Springtime begins some of the best Mahi fishing of the whole year. Schools of Mahi like the one pictured above …
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| March 8, 2020
Catching limits of Blackfin Tunas
Limit Of Blackfin Tunas caught aboard the “Lady Helen”. Blackfin Tuna have been running most recently in between 200′ – …
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| January 29, 2020
This Golden Tilefish was caught on the bottom in 800′ of water off Fort Lauderdale. These tasty bottom dwellers are …Read More