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 on: Yesterday at 07:52:28 PM 
Started by Down Deep Fleet - Last post by Down Deep Fleet
Thanks for stopping in, good to see you guys. Have a great 2019 season with plenty of PB's. Can't wait to get back out, they're here  Wink 

 on: Yesterday at 11:28:20 AM 
Started by Down Deep Fleet - Last post by fluke - u
 thumbs up ... See ya out there Capt. Tight lines .... 

 on: Yesterday at 11:25:42 AM 
Started by Capt. Zsak - Last post by fluke - u
 thumbs up ................................... 

 on: Yesterday at 11:25:18 AM 
Started by Takes Prizoners - Last post by fluke - u
  ... Nope, Maybe some knats in the heat of the summer if it's humid ... 

 on: Yesterday at 11:23:37 AM 
Started by harbison - Last post by fluke - u
 thumbs up ... Great tasting fish right there ... 

 on: Yesterday at 11:23:00 AM 
Started by Luna Sea 5 - Last post by fluke - u
 thumbs up .... Sweet ride good luck and have a great season ... 

 on: Yesterday at 10:36:55 AM 
Started by Down Deep Fleet - Last post by kpcoe
Congrats to the winners!  Nice way to keep them coming back for more Down Deep action, see you on the water in 2 weeks!

 on: Yesterday at 09:29:16 AM 
Started by Capt. Zsak - Last post by Capt. Zsak

Fort Lauderdale Fishing with Top Shot Sportfishing Charter Boat and Capt. Zsak

Bobby and Kaitlen Barnes chartered the Top Shot Sportfishing charter boat team for a private deep sea charter boat sport fishing trip in Fort Lauderdale, FL
Fifteen to twenty minutes after leaving the dock, lines were in 120 ft. of water at the sea buoy in Fort Lauderdale, 1.8 miles from shore.   If you venture off another ¼ of a mile, you would find yourself in 500 ft. of water, which we exclusively have here in Fort Lauderdale, due to Fort Lauderdale’s extreme drop off.   The further north you go, the further the drop off swings off shore. 

We started the morning trolling to the south, and we caught a few Bonitas.   Once we found the blue water with bait fish in 150 feet of water, we decided to live bait kite fish with 2 kites and sent out the first kite with two live Goggle Eyes.  The second kite had a dead bait and a live bait.  As soon as we got the baits in position, a Hammerhead Shark started eating the dead bait.  We set the hook and had him on for a minute, and then the hook pulled out of his mouth.  We reset the baits, and the Shark showed up again, circling around the baits.  After a good show with his dorsal out of the water thrashing on the water, he finally tried us again, but this time the hook was set deep in his mouth and we had him on.  The Shark gave a good fight, and after some time of fighting him, the angler got the Hammerhead Shark up along side the boat for a photo and got released. 

We set back up with the same spread of baits.  I looked out to the long bait and saw a dorsal fin and yelled down to the mate to get ready.   It was a Sailfish, and he ate the Goggle Eye bait – hooked up!  The Sailfish’s first run was heading towards the beach.  He made some good jumps in the air pulling off lots of drag.  After a good fight, we got him to the boat and released the Sailfish to fight another day. 

It was now time to head back to the dock.   The happy anglers retired into the a/c salon watching the plasma TV and enjoying the relaxing trip back to the dock at Bahia Bar Yachting Center, 801 Seabreeze Blvd. Fort Lauderdale 33316. 

For a successful and adventurous deep sea fishing charter in Fort Lauderdale FL for Sailfish, Shark, Bonito, Mackerel, Swordfish, Snapper, Wahoo, Tuna, Mahi Mahi and Grouper, contact Captain Zsak. - 954-309-7457 or email us at tzsak@bellsouth.net   Website:  www.topshotfishing.com

 on: March 24, 2019, 08:21:14 PM 
Started by Down Deep Fleet - Last post by Salty Dog
Fish are waiting . Enjoy your new slip's at Pedersen's . Have a great year .

 on: March 24, 2019, 08:05:05 PM 
Started by Pfishingruven - Last post by Pfishingruven

A mixed week for weather with more settled conditions, but water conditions will be cautious to hazardous. Monday will have the highest chances of rain right now. Tuesday through Friday look mostly dry and clear. Saturday and Sunday will bring chances of showers. Highs will range from the 40’s to 60’s with Friday being the warmest day of the week. Lows will be in the 20’s to 40’s. We will see some cooler than normal air move in for the overnights this week.
A cold front will settle across the region tonight into Monday. A weak area of low pressure is then expected to develop along the front and track just south of our region Monday night into Tuesday. High pressure then builds into the region Tuesday and remains in place through Friday. The next cold front arrives later next weekend.

Have a great week and thanks for reading!

Monday Surface Analysis

Tuesday Surface Analysis

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Thursday Surface Analysis

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Total Precipitation Monday - Friday

Total Precipitation Sunday - Sunday

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