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Fishing Report:   Lots of school sized Kings and a few Sails showing up with the modest cool front on our Ft. Lauderdale fishing trips. Most of the Kings now are between 4 and 7 pounds. Pictured are two junior Marlin My Darlin anglers with a couple of Kings in that weight class. No really big ones but the bite has been good right out front in 90 to 120 feet of water. A few Sailfish mixed in with them as well. Trolling and live baiting getting roughly the same results on the Sails. They do love any wind out of the North and these fish are of decent size. Very soon we will begin to see the little guys in the spread. The little ones seldom ďfree jumpĒ to give away their location. Big moon has a few Wahoo biting as well. Mahi out on the 51 line but the steady King bite along with the scattered Sails and chance still for a good Wahoo on this moon has us fishing inshore.

Really nice weather right now. Still warm mid afternoon but the mornings have been just a bit cooler. No rain! The wind picked up slightly today and will continue thru the weekend.

Nice clean blue water all the way inside the reefs here offshore of Ft. Lauderdale. Very little weed inshore thankfully. Very slight current right now and that has allowed us to fish the Snappers out in 300 feet.

Good comfortable fishing conditions and a reasonable bite as well. Tight lines, Chris, Rick, Brian and Tom


ID: 7856


Todays Date:11/01/2014
Date of Report: 2014-10-30
Fishing Report Title: Ft. Lauderdale fishing Kings and Sailfish
State or Fishing Region: Florida- SE Regional Report
Charter Name: All-Inclusive Sport Fishing
Boat Name: Marlin My Darlin
Report By: Rick Brady
Licenses, Associations: Coast Guard
Locale or Marina: Bahia Mar
Phone: 954-778-8173
Email: Email the angler or Capt.
Website: http://www.all-inclusivesportfishing.com/

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Fishing Report:   Kona Hawaii fishing report Ė Oct. wrap-up.

This October is going down in the records as the slowest in many years. Not as far as the catch goes but because of the lack of charter business. As I said last month, September is inherently slow for tourism but in October, it usually picks up. Not this year. On the trips that I did go out, I hardly saw another boat all day. Iím one of the busiest charters in Kona so if Iím not out, most everyone else isnít either. Thatís a shame because we had a good ďBeastĒ run this month. A ďBeastĒ is a marlin over 500 lbs. and for the few boats that were out, there were a lot of beasts caught. We normally expect a beast run in the summer and if there had been as many boats out fishing this month as we normally have in the summer months, I think the number of beasts caught would have been off the charts. I observed another interesting thing this month. In the past decade plus, most of the beast marlin that have been caught were tagged and released but that wasnít the case this month. Why would that be? Iím going to make an educated guess here but itís about the money. The Billfish Conservation Act that was put into law a couple of years ago and that made it illegal to buy or sell billfish in the U.S. but Hawaii was exempted because marlin have always been part of our heritage and culture. Since the act passed, the demand and the price for marlin locally has gone up. There has been smoked marlin in the stores here for a long time


ID: 7855
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Todays Date:11/01/2014
Date of Report: 2014-10-30
Fishing Report Title: Kona Hawaii Fishing Report - Oct. wrap-up.
State or Fishing Region: Hawaii-Fishing-Reports
Charter Name: Capt. Jeff Rogers
Boat Name:
Report By: Capt. Jeff Rogers
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Fishing Report:   Greetings from Dorado, Puerto Rico\'s best fishing destination.
Mahis are here!! With thw winter approaching, the mahi run starts. Flat seas and weed lines everywhere are the order in the north coast.
The marlin bite has been very consistent also, with boats releasing as many as 5 billfish in one day.
Inshore reef fishing is also very consistent year round as long as the weather stays good.
Backcountry tarpon fishing, for the last two weeks, was GREAT. We had up tp 30 strikes in a four hours trip. This last week, the bite dropped, but is still consistent.


ID: 7854


Todays Date:11/01/2014
Date of Report: 2014-10-30
Fishing Report Title: Dorado, Puerto Rico dishing action
State or Fishing Region: Puerto Rico Fishing Reports
Charter Name: Puerto Rico Sportfishing Charters
Boat Name: Mr.Mako, Makaira
Report By: Capt. Luis
Licenses, Associations:
Locale or Marina: Dorado beach
Phone: 787-562-7969
Email: Email the angler or Capt.
Website: www.prsportfishing.com

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Fishing Report:   Cool fronts made a presence the past week windy and gusty at times anglers were able to manage as winds resided. The change was welcomed as change in the season is in the air.

Snook fishing has been persistent the past week and change is in the air. The cool fronts are starting to change the local waters. Docks, seawalls and mud bottom areas holding snook as water temperatures started to drop the past week. Early morning top water action provides explosive surface strikes using heedon spooks and spook jr. The key is work the baits in a slow walk the dog manner. Bigger fish are caught on top water plugs due to the amount of time the lure is in water and the ground you cover. Live baiting for snook along sea walls using finger mullet allows anglers to entice snook with out casting repeatedly. Live baits also worked near dock pilings entices snook to strike instantly, catching variety of snook as well. The back bays and canals are going to become the main grounds for the snook, deep holes will offer stellar action.

Tarpon fishing the past week was hit and miss due to the freshwater run off we had and the gusty winds of 25 knots did not help either. The back bays and canals are the playground for the tarpon right now early morning and late evening tarpon can be seen rolling on the surface offering shots with top water plugs, flies and DOA cals. The cooler water temperatures are great for the tarpon fishing as they drive further in the back country,


ID: 7853
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Todays Date:11/01/2014
Date of Report: 2014-10-29
Fishing Report Title: Palm Beach and Jupiter Salt and freshwater fishing report
State or Fishing Region: Florida- SE Regional Report
Charter Name: phlats guide services
Boat Name:
Report By: capt. craig korczynski
Licenses, Associations:
Locale or Marina: lake worth lagoon, loxahatchee river, lake clark
Phone: 5616444371
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Website: http://www.phlatsinshorefishing.com

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Fishing Report:   The air temperatures have the captains of the Beach Haven Charter Fishing Association believing that fall has actually arrived. The water temperatures, however, are a bit of a different story. The bay water temperatures in Little Egg Harbor and Great Bays have dropped into the 50ís, but the ocean water temperature still remains in the low 60ís.

The net result of this is a late arrival of striped bass from the north. There have been a few stirrings of bass over the past week which does have the captains thinking positive thoughts. Some bass are appearing in the bay waters and the white water of Little Egg Inlet. In addition, the surf anglers have begun to pick up a few bass on the beaches of Long Beach Island. The Sea Shell Club in Beach Haven held its annual Striped Bass Derby for boats last weekend and weighed in some 20 fish. One of these was a 37-pounder caught in the bay on clams. If there is one of these cows around, there should be more.

There is currently plenty of bait around with huge schools of spearing and rainfish to be found along with schools of peanut bunker. The mullet run seems to have run its course already. There are reports of bass being trolled up on bunker spoons to the north of Long Beach Island, and these fish should be on the Beach Haven radar very shortly. These bass are feeding on schools of mature bunker and will be prey for anglers live-lining bait and trolling spoons.

The inshore reefs are still


ID: 7852
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Todays Date:11/01/2014
Date of Report: 2014-10-29
Fishing Report Title: Beach Haven Charter Fishing Association October 29 Report
State or Fishing Region: New Jersey- SE Coast Fishing Report
Charter Name: Beach Haven Charter Fishing Association
Boat Name:
Report By: Jim Hutchinson Sr.
Licenses, Associations:
Locale or Marina: Little Egg Inlet
Phone:
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Website: http://www.BHCFA.org

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Fishing Report:   This fishing report, for the southeast of Florida and the Fort Lauderdale area, is by Fanntastic Fishing, an upscale charter fishing service.
As we enter October, we have already experienced our first cold front taking temperatures to a brisk 71 degrees. While this may seem like a small thing to you, especially if you live up north, down here this slight drop can mean all kinds of good news for the fishing. With this kind of drop, the Mullet and other baitfish are moving south as the sea water temperatures cool. The other day in very close to shore, Mahi-mahi were seen chasing Ballyhoo in only 11í of water. You could almost cast to them from shore.
While the Dolphin fishing has been on the rise, the Kingfish and Bonito are slowing down some. The Bonito will mostly vacate the area except for the rare few soon and the Kings come and go. Right now has been in a lull period partially due to the full moon weíre experiencing.
But trolling is still in the cards. October is an excellent time for the small Sailfish to make their appearance before the larger fish get here in November and later winter. Fishing live bait will soon be replacing trolling for the Sails, Wahoo and Tuna that come. The big Kings are also not far behind.
While this is mostly surface action, this time of year is when we turn to bottom fishing for Snapper, Grouper, Amberjack and more. The Amberjack in this picture gave George quite the fight, a 20 minute battle of tugging on both


ID: 7851
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Todays Date:11/01/2014
Date of Report: 2014-10-29
Fishing Report Title: Fort Lauderdale Fanntastic Fishing Report
State or Fishing Region: Florida Fishing Reports
Charter Name: Fanntastic Fishing
Boat Name:
Report By: Captain Steve Souther
Licenses, Associations:
Locale or Marina: Lady Pamela 2 Fishing Fleet, Hollywood, Florida
Phone: 954-728-9880
Email: Email the angler or Capt.
Website: http://www.fanntasticfishing.com

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Fishing Report:   Fishing Fort Lauderdale on Happy Day Today with Capt. Zsak

Pete Kramer, Dan Medrano, Jack Belyea and Dan Rooney from Kramer Management Group chartered the Topshotfishing team to do some deep sea big game sport fishing in Fort Lauderdale, FL Winds were out of the east at 5 mph, blue skies, seas were running 2-3 ft, temperatures in the mid 80ís.

After greeting the group on board the boat, their request was to catch any type of fish but have a good time while doing it. Pete showed his interest in catching a Sailfish, so I hoped for more wind so that we could fly the kite later in the trip.

Fifteen minutes after leaving the dock, lines were in 120 ft. of water, 1.8 miles from shore at the sea buoy in Fort Lauderdale. In the past couple of days, Wahoo fishing was very productive, so we started off with two plainers, one with a 3 Ĺ blue reflector drone spoon and the other with a blue and pink sea witch in front of a double hooked Ballyhoo. For surfaces we had four Ballyhoos.

The previous day our first bite was a 33 lb. Wahoo. Well, the same fish god blessed us again; the plainer rod tip bounced up and down and the line exited the reel at a fast rate. Mark, our mate, looked up at me and I nodded confirmation that it was a good probability of another Wahoo. Twenty minutes later, the blue and silver torpedo was along side of the boat as he shook his head frantically from side to side trying to dislodge the


ID: 7850
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Todays Date:11/01/2014
Date of Report: 2014-10-28
Fishing Report Title: Sport Fishing Fort Lauderdale Happy Day Today
State or Fishing Region: Florida- SE Regional Report
Charter Name: www.topshotfishing.com
Boat Name: Happy Day Today
Report By: Capt. Zsak
Licenses, Associations:
Locale or Marina: Fort Lauderdale
Phone: 954-309-7457
Email: Email the angler or Capt.
Website: http://www.topshotfishing.com

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Fishing Report:   Happy Halloween!!!

The October moon had the Club Deportivo del Oeste Light Tackle Blue Marlin Tournament.

Three days of Fishing 36 vessels and 72 releases Anamarina controlled the inboard division and JD the outboard division. The bite was active by the Pichincho Bank and a few fish were reported in the 400#-500# range. Like always there were triple headers and double headers of Makaira Nigricans. Thanks to Cuchicu and Beach Bum for the reports from the west.
The bite in the northeast corner was mostly mahi mahi and smaller species like black fin tuna, jack crevalle, skip jacks. Irene reported 2=1 on blues and Aquanax 1-1 also for blues.
Winter bite started and we are anxious for the sails to arrive.

till next bite
Capt Luis Iglesias aka Church


ID: 7849


Todays Date:11/01/2014
Date of Report: 2014-10-27
Fishing Report Title: October Moon Report Bill Wraps Fishing Charters PR
State or Fishing Region: Puerto Rico Fishing Reports
Charter Name: Bill Wraps Fishing Charters PR
Boat Name: Bill Wraps
Report By: Capt Luis Iglesias AKA Church
Licenses, Associations: PRTC, DRN, USCG
Locale or Marina: Northeast Puerto Rico
Phone: 787-364-4216
Email: Email the angler or Capt.
Website: http://www.billwrapsfishingpr.com

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Fishing Report:   Jc Sportfishing Weekly Fish Report.
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Fishing Report: 10/20/14 to 10/27/14
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WEATHER: The weather is really great as we are starting to feel October temperatures upon us and that is good news. The weather is still pretty warm but there is a definite change in the air with night time dipping down to ladder 60,s to low 70,s. Day time temps are pretty much still up there with ladder 80,s real common but some days a little warmer. We are starting to get the wind from the north and that is bringing in some cooler weather compared to what we have been through this whole summer and then to top it off we had the hurricane. So all in all is has been a hot hot summer and were glad its winding down.
WATER: Temperatures are still warm in most of the Los Cabos area and this had made for some good fishing with some big Blue Marlin being landed. For sure they are following the warm water and so are the Dorado. Please check out the link I have left here to see the whole Baja California Sur area.Go to this link which will show you water temperatures for the southern half of Baja. http://www.tempbreak.com/index.php?&cwregion=cb
BILLFISH: Well it has been a very busy week and really productive week as far as the Marlin fishing is concerned. Lots of Blues and Stripped Marlin being landed during the fishing tournaments and on our fishing charters also. Wow!! For the week, the 912


ID: 7848
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Todays Date:11/01/2014
Date of Report: 2014-10-26
Fishing Report Title:
State or Fishing Region: Mexico- Cabo San Lucas Fishing Report
Charter Name: Jc Sport Fishing Charters
Boat Name: Bob Marlin
Report By: Jerry Chapman
Licenses, Associations:
Locale or Marina: Cabo San Lucas
Phone: 624 147 5821
Email: Email the angler or Capt.
Website: http://www.jcsportfishing.com

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Fishing Report:   Paul Szemplenski, his young daughter, Evie, and his father-in-law, Ed fished inshore with me on Friday, 10/17/14. The group had originally planned to fish offshore, but residual seas from the weather front that passed through a couple of days prior were still too rough for gulf fishing. So, we fished in lower Hickory Bay, around the mangrove islands, using live shrimp. The group caught and released two redfish to 17 Ĺ inches. They also caught two sheepshead, one of which was a 13-inch keeper, along with a dozen mangrove snapper, two of which were keepers, and the others just short of keeper-size.

Monday, 10/20, I fished 18 to 20 miles west of New Pass with John Liebenow and his son, David. The guys used live shrimp to catch and release twenty-five red grouper to 19 inches, three small amberjack, and a half dozen yellowtail snapper shorts. As for boxed catches, they got nine keeper lane snapper, all around 11 inches, three keeper porkfish, and a dozen grunts to 13 inches.

Tuesday, 10/21, I cancelled my planned offshore trip, with lots of rain and some heavy thunderstorms over the Gulf. By Wednesday, 10/22, skies were still cloudy, and there was a light drizzle onshore, but the rain was over with offshore, and seas were pretty well calmed down. I fished about twenty miles west of New Pass with John Hornberger, his son, Luke, and Lukeís girlfriend, Taylor Caretti. The grouper bite was on, and the group used bait-fish to catch and release three red


ID: 7847
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Todays Date:11/01/2014
Date of Report: 2014-10-26
Fishing Report Title: SW FL-Bonita Beach: Grouper, Yellowtails, Lanes
State or Fishing Region: Florida- SW Gulf Coast Report
Charter Name: Fishbuster Charters
Boat Name: Seachaser; Stratos
Report By: Captain Dave Hanson
Licenses, Associations: USCG-licensed; NAFC lifetime member, CCA, Imperial River Conservancy
Locale or Marina: Estero Bay flats and west of New Pass to 20 miles, gulf
Phone: 239 947-1688
Email: Email the angler or Capt.
Website: http://fishbustercharters.com

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Fishing Report:   Most fishing trips on charter boats here in Fort Lauderdale are limited to 6 passengers. 6 is the maximum we can carry at one time but on occasion, 6 people arenít wanted or needed. Sometimes itís just 1 person on board with the captain and first mate. And today, we had Bill.
Now having just 1 person on board is kind of a treat for the crew. We have to learn just one name, thereís never a question of who will fight the fish and so on.
Fishing lately has been fairly active on the reef area. Some Bonitos are still around and our first bite turned out to be quite a test for Bill and his new shoulder. Just 2 lines out and the deep one went off. A BIG run taking drag as we moved the rod to the chair and Bill took over. With a run like that? It must be a Wahoo! After about 10 minutes we found it could also be a foul hooked Bonito, a big one, but a Bonito none the less. While Justin and I were kind of disappointed, Bill seemed quite happy with his first fish of the day.
One fish that has been consistent lately has been Kingfish. Most have been between 5 and 8 lbs. and the bite has been good. We began catching these and I think Bill might have thought about maybe having one more person on board to help. You see, even when we have just 1 on board, we fish just like we do with 3, 5 or 6 people. Our two deep rods were going off often and many times Bill would finish with one only to have another put in his grasp. His rotator cuff surgery was holding up well.

ID: 7846
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Todays Date:11/01/2014
Date of Report: 2014-10-26
Fishing Report Title: Billís Fort Lauderdale Fishing Trip
State or Fishing Region: Florida Fishing Reports
Charter Name: Fanntastic Fishing
Boat Name:
Report By: Captain Steve Souther
Licenses, Associations:
Locale or Marina: Lady Pamela 2 Fishing Fleet
Phone: 954-728-9880
Email: Email the angler or Capt.
Website: http://www.fanntasticfishing.com

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Fishing Report:   Fishing Fort Lauderdale on Happy Day Today with Capt. Zsak

Preston and Ashley Pope from Utah were in the sunshine state enjoying their honeymoon. They chartered the Topshotfishing team to do some deep sea big game sport fishing here Fort Lauderdale. Winds were out of the west at 5 mph, seas running 2-3 ft and temperatures were in the mid 80ís.

Fifteen minutes after leaving the dock lines were in 120 ft. of water at the sea buoy in Fort Lauderdale. We started off with two plainers, one with a pink and blue sea witch with a double hooked Ballyhoo and the other with a 3 Ĺ blue reflector drone spoon. For surface baits we had four Ballyhoos. While Mark, our mate, was putting the 3rd line out, the plainer rod bent over, line exiting the reel at a high rate of speed and the rod tip bounced up and down. A good indication that at the end of the line was a Wahoo!! After a twenty minute battle, Preston was rewarded with a 33 lb. Wahoo!!! We kept trolling around and caught 8 Kingfish and two Bonitos. From there we decided to do some Snapper fishing in deep waters, so we went out to 320 ft. of water, and Preston and Ashley wound up catching 11 Silky Snappers.

With a variety on the menu for tonight, Preston and Ashley went into the a/c salon for the ride back to the dock at Bahia Mar 801 Seabreeze Blvd. Fort Lauderdale 33316.

For a successful and adventurous deep sea fishing charter Fort Lauderdale FL for Sailfish,


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Todays Date:11/01/2014
Date of Report: 2014-10-25
Fishing Report Title: Deep Sea Fishing Fort Lauderdale Happy Day Today
State or Fishing Region: Florida Fishing Reports
Charter Name: www.topshotfishing.com
Boat Name: Happy Day Today
Report By: Capt. Zsak
Licenses, Associations:
Locale or Marina: Fort Lauderdale
Phone: 954-309-7457
Email: Email the angler or Capt.
Website: http://www.topshotfishing.com/

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