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Fishing Report:   Summertime fishing is hot in Fort Lauderdale and this year was no exception. Dolphin are biting pretty good offshore on both our sportfishing charters and on our All Day Dolphin Trip aboard the Mary B III. Dolphin are biting anywhere from 3-7 miles off Fort Lauderdale and are hanging close to the weedlines that form offshore. This week, we caught one of the biggest bulls I’ve seen caught in a while. This bull caught approx 50 pounds and ate a rigged ballyhoo we were trolling about 4 miles offshore. Excellent catch! Most of the dolphin we’re seeing are schoolie sized ones with a big bull mixed in here or there.

September is the beginning of sailfish season in Fort Lauderdale and the sailfish are showing up early! We’ve caught several sailfish this week already. Today’s cooler temperatures and Northeast winds indicate and early fall approaching. Get ready for some awesome sailfish action this year. Sailfish are biting mostly on the troll, but if this breezy weather continues we’ll be doing a lot more kite fishing.

On the drift fishing trips, kingfish and bonitos are biting excellent. Bonitos make a huge migration through our waters from July to September every year. They are coming through in strong numbers and most of our trips are coming in with a lot of them. Kingfish are also biting strong on the reef, some of them very big ones (Smokers!). Snappers and groupers are biting on our drift fishing trips too, afternoons have had a


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Todays Date:08/29/2014
Date of Report: 2014-08-28
Fishing Report Title: Great Action Fishing the Ft Lauderdale Reefs
State or Fishing Region: Florida- SE Regional Report
Charter Name: Fishing Headquarters
Boat Name: Big Game
Report By: Capt. Andy Roydhouse
Licenses, Associations:
Locale or Marina: Fishing Headquarters Marina
Phone: 754-214-7863
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Website: http://www.fishheadquarters.com

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

Jeff and his son, Nick, a customer from Pennsylvania, chartered the Happy Day Today along with the Topshotfishing team to do some deep sea big game sport fishing in Fort Lauderdale, FL. This was their second time fishing with the Happy Day Today; their first trip was last year during the Summer time also. Sharing the split party charter were Rob from New Mexico and Eric from New Finland.

Winds were out of the east 7-12 mph with seas running 3-4 ft. and a 20% chance of rain, which is typical living here in the subtropics in Fort Lauderdale. Fifteen minutes after leaving the dock at Bahia Mar, we were at the sea buoy in Fort Lauderdale located in 120 ft. of water. We started off trolling with two #8 plainers down, one with a blue and white sea witch in front of a double hooked Bonito strip; the other was with a pink and blue sea witch. For surface baits we had two Ballyhoos and a yellow alibi feather and a Ballyhoo daisy chain teaser.

We trolled from 80 ft out to 200 ft zig zagging back and forth across the reefs and trolling over some of our 34 artificial wrecks located in Fort Lauderdale Broward County area. Jeff and his son, Nick, avid fishermen, knew the routine since they fished with us in the past - everyone taking turns bringing in the fish. We ended up with a total of 7 Kingfish from 6-15 lbs, 7 Bonitos and two Barracudas – plenty of fish for dinner for


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Todays Date:08/29/2014
Date of Report: 2014-08-27
Fishing Report Title: Fort Lauderdale Fishing 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
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Website: http://www.topshotfishing.com

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Fishing Report:   Kona Hawaii fishing report – August wrap-up.

I wrote the July wrap-up last month while the Hawaiian International Billfish Tournament (HIBT) was still going on and I didn’t even following what was going on during the tournament. I had other things going on that week. The HIBT is always scheduled around the new moon phase because many fishermen believe that the moon phase is the most important factor when determining when the marlin bite will be at its best. I’ve always said that in Kona, it’s the current speed and direction that turns the bite on and off and the moon phase has very little to do with it or maybe even nothing at all. That subject has been beat to death and probably will continue to be argued without ever having any scientific backing either way. The bite the week before the HIBT was good and so was the bite the week after but unfortunately, HIBT week itself didn’t produce many fish. More than half of the teams got skunked. The current was definitely to blame. The marlin bite picked up right at the beginning of August and remained good all month long. We had a little lull about the middle of the month but I was in dry dock during that time anyway so I didn’t miss much.

Even though the current got weird, the ahi bite remained really good for August even during the “super moon” event and we’ve seen some really big ones come in this summer. There’s also been some nice bigeye tuna on the offshore fish farm and on F buoy. I didn’t see


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Todays Date:08/29/2014
Date of Report: 2014-08-27
Fishing Report Title: Kona Hawaii Fishing Report - August wrap-up.
State or Fishing Region: Hawaii-Fishing-Reports
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Report By: Capt. Jeff Rogers
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Website: http://FISHinKONA.com

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Fishing Report:   Milwaukee Fishing Lake Michigan Salmon Report 8/26/2014
By Milwaukee Wisconsin fishing charter Captain Jim Hirt
Chinooks and Coho moving in Milwaukee!
Quick update!! A huge swing in activity out of Milwaukee. This update is to let you know the big King Salmon are turning on. Coho Salmon fishing is also improving. Badger Tackle Reaper or Vulcan spoons getting it done. To get my fish reports and how to videos first go to http://www.jimhirt.com By subscribing you will keep ahead of the other anglers. When I post you will get it fast by e-mail!
How Chinook
Chinook are coming on Reaper Magnum Big Joe Silver spoons run long behind the downrigger ball or on five color lead cores. Vulcan Magnum spoons in blue/green or silver/ green on the long lead cores are also taking Chinooks. The only place you will find Reaper and Vulcan spoons is on my web site at http://www.badgertackle.com
How Lake Trout
Beat the bottom with long lead spoons and SWR rigs. Best action has been 85 feet and out to 150 feet
Rainbows are reliable.
Run 2,3,4,5,6 color lead cores with orange, red or green spoons. Best action in 100 to 200 feet of water.
Where!
This is the hot location. Water temperatures near shore are warm. This is no problem for mature salmon. The Kings have moved in as they do late August and September. They can be caught on high presentations. Fish the entire water column in 50 to 60 feet of water for the best


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Todays Date:08/29/2014
Date of Report: 2014-08-27
Fishing Report Title: Milwaukee Fishing Lake Michigan Salmon Report 8/26/2014
State or Fishing Region: Wisconsin Fishing Reports
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Website: http://www.bluemaxcharters.com

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Fishing Report:   The inshore artificial reefs and wrecks off Beach Haven continue to provide some great action for the boats of the Beach Haven Charter Fishing Association. The populations of fluke and black sea bass are large although most fish continue to be on the small side. Some other species are being caught there to make things interesting. There have been catches of nice triggerfish, porgies, ling cod, and even some stray mahi-mahi wandering around. In addition, some 1-2 pound bluefish always seem to make their way into the mix.
On a recent trip Captain John Lewis had four happy anglers out on the “Insatiable.” The group managed 55 sea bass, 18 fluke, a ling cod, and a bluefish. Although most of the fish were throwbacks, there were enough sea bass fillets to take home for a meal. Captain John says the good news is that the small sea bass and blow fish are now in the bay. That is a great way to get the kids started fishing with plenty of action.
Captain Fran Verdi of the “Francesca Marie” is urging his regular anglers to get their fluke action in before the season closes on September 27. He also notes that the sea bass daily limits will be going from the current 3 fish per day to 15 from September 1 to September 6. At that point the season is closed until October 18. He had a party out recently for some decent action on fluke and sea bass despite some choppy seas. He had some catch and release fishing on some small mahi.
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Todays Date:08/29/2014
Date of Report: 2014-08-27
Fishing Report Title: August 17 BHCFA Report
State or Fishing Region: New Jersey- SE Coast Fishing Report
Charter Name: Beach Haven Charter fi9shing 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:   Snook fanatics season opens on the 1st, the bite has been great around clean water. The mullet run is coming to our area keying up the fishing. Live baits worked near structure and you should find the snook. Early morning fishing, is great do to low water temps but evening will cause for some heart pounding explosions as well. The snook are averaging in size from 2 to 20 pounds.


Tarpon are becoming prevalent in our Inter coastal waters, they can be seen exploding on mullet schools. The tarpon are ranging from 5 to 50 pounds, many of these fish are schooled up, so once you hook one keep another bait out for a double header. Live mullet, jigs and top water plugs will all get your drag screaming.


Well that is the fishing report for the past week hope you all enjoyed. Remember you cant catch them from the couch, so get out there and get hooked up. Tight Lines! Capt. Craig Korczynski, PhlatsInshoreFishing.com, 561-644-4371


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Todays Date:08/29/2014
Date of Report: 2014-08-25
Fishing Report Title: Snook Season Palm Beach / Jupiter Opens September 1st
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: Palm Beach Inlet, Jupiter Inlet, Lake Worth Lagoon, Loxahatchee River
Phone: 561-644-4371
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Website: http://www.PhlatsInshoreFishing.com

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Fishing Report:   Bob Donalson and Steve Volz fished with me Monday morning, 8/11, offshore. The last time Bob fished with me was last April when he was down in FL, so this was his first summer-time excursion. We headed out 20 miles from New Pass and fished with live shrimp. The red grouper were biting, but they were shorts, measuring to 1/8 inch short of legal size, so we released fifteen of those. We did well with snapper, and the guys boxed seventeen keeper lane snapper to 14 inches and three mangrove snapper to 13 inches.

Bob Donalson and Steve Volz, who fished with me Monday, fished again with me on Tuesday, 8/12. They wanted some food-fish again, but also wanted to wrestle a goliath grouper or two. I headed to the close-in spot where I had been releasing goliaths consistently a few weeks ago, but there was nobody home—so we ventured out further, and we hooked three of them on blue runners, but two of them pulled off before breaking the surface. The other on, a twenty-pounder, was released after that battle. We fished in spots ranging from 12 to 36 miles, in two-to-three foot seas most of the day. The guys used live shrimp to box four keeper yellowtail snapper to 13 inches, a half-dozen keeper lane snapper to 13 inches, a 14-inch grunt, and three 15-inch porgies. They released a dozen yellowtail shorts, along with lots of red grouper shorts to 19 ¾ inches.

Eight-year-old Jake Pearcy had never fished before, until he fished the backwaters with me and his


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Todays Date:08/29/2014
Date of Report: 2014-08-25
Fishing Report Title: SW FL-Bonita Beach: Lanes, Yellowtail & Grouper
State or Fishing Region: Florida Fishing Reports
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 36 miles, gulf
Phone: 239 947-1688
Email: Email the angler or Capt.
Website: http://fishbustercharters.com

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Fishing Report:   Jc Sportfishing Weekly Fish Report.
As the Admiral Seas It
Fishing Report: 8/17/14 to 8/24/14
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Hurricane Marie Off Shore Stirring up Seas!!!
The kids are heading back to school in the next week and we will start getting packed so if you plan on fishing over the next 2 weeks make your reservations now as we are super booked over Sept, Oct and Nov.
Jc Sportfishing Charters is a family owned and operated business and has been fishing in Cabo San Lucas for the past 18 years. Jerry, explains that his charter business is geared more for families and novice anglers, making sure everyone who charters a boat with him have a great time and lots of fun. We welcome families, and groups. We want everyone who fishes with us to take all the sites in and have memorable experience. This is what is most important to us. We have and do a few tournaments each year and can cater to fisherman who might be interested in tournament fishing. Well lets get on with the fishing report for this past week.
WEATHER: Hurricane Marie has grown in strength as it moves out into the Pacific, reaching Category 5 status and provoking dangerous waves along Mexico\'s western coast.
The National Hurricane Center in Miami said Sunday that Marie had sustained winds of 160 mph (260 kph) and was located 500 miles (805 kilometers) south-southwest of the southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula. The


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Todays Date:08/29/2014
Date of Report: 2014-08-25
Fishing Report Title: Cabo San Lucas Sportfishing Report and Baja Fishing
State or Fishing Region: Mexico- Cabo San Lucas Fishing Report
Charter Name: Jc Sportfishing 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:   As summer winds down here expect some warmer August days. A typical high here is now about 92 or 93 degrees and we cherish those days with a little breeze to knock the edge off so to speak. It isn’t really all that hot when you look at the temperatures from so many other areas of the country what with them hovering in the high 90s and even higher. But it is hot here in August, seems hotter this year, and we have the A/C units on the Marlin running non stop. You can duck inside for a breather in that A/C but Capts. Chris, Tommy and myself, while we do catch a better breeze on the bridge, take it on the chin this time of year even with the overhead canvas to block most of the direct sun. So dress cool and bring the sunscreen. We have plenty of ice cold water aboard and your beer will seem to be a whole lot colder if you have one in this August Summer Florida sun.
Fishing has been a bit less predictable than the summer sun. There will be good catch days but poorer ones as well. Trolling will allow you to cover large areas and hopefully find sweet spots. Live baiting will draw the larger fish as a rule, but trolling often will bring the most action. Typical August catches along the reef lines are Kingfish and Bonito. We will and have caught some Blackfin Tuna. There are some Sailfish around as well, but far from Winter’s numbers. Expect some Snapper and a few Grouper when the current allows that option.
August is a great month for Wahoo and we will be


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Todays Date:08/29/2014
Date of Report: 2014-08-22
Fishing Report Title: Late Summer fishing in Ft. Lauderdale. Bring the kids
State or Fishing Region: Florida- SE Regional Report
Charter Name: All-Inclusive Sportfishing
Boat Name: Marlin My Darlin
Report By: Rick Brady
Licenses, Associations: Coast Guard
Locale or Marina: Bahia Mar
Phone: 954-761-8202
Email: Email the angler or Capt.
Website: http://www.all-inclusivesportfishing.com/

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Fishing Report:   Milwaukee Fishing Lake Michigan Salmon Report 8/21/2014
By Milwaukee Wisconsin fishing charter Captain Jim Hirt
Warm water has pushed the fish deeper in Milwaukee!
Catch the buzz from the cleaning station and get full detailed fishing info. Badger Tackle Reaper or Vulcan spoons getting it done. One heck of a Lake Trout was caught by Trevor Love from Stuart Iowa. To get my fish reports and how to videos first go to http://www.jimhirt.com By subscribing you will keep ahead of the other anglers. When I post you will get it fast by e-mail!
How Chinook
Not much has changed. Chinook are coming on Reaper Magnum Big Joe Silver spoons run long behind the downrigger ball or on SWR rigs 70 feet to the bottom. Vulcan Magnum spoons in blue/green or silver/ green on the long lead cores are also taking Chinooks. The only place you will find Reaper and Vulcan spoons is on my web site at http://www.badgertackle.com
How Lake Trout
Sameo-Sameo. Beat the bottom with long lead spoons and SWR rigs. Best action has been 85 feet and out to 150 feet
Rainbows are reliable.
Run 2,3,4,5,6 color lead cores with orange, red or green spoons. Best action in 100 to 200 feet of water.
Where!
Water temperatures near shore are too warm too get a bite. The bite has been hit or miss all over. Start your trip in 70 and go to 125-160 feet of water for Chins and Lake Trout. Fish the entire water column for the best action.


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Todays Date:08/29/2014
Date of Report: 2014-08-21
Fishing Report Title: Milwaukee Fishing Lake Michigan Salmon Report 8/21/2014
State or Fishing Region: Wisconsin Fishing Reports
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Fishing Report:   The captains of the Beach Haven Charter Fishing Association just treated their junior mates to a reef fishing trip and pizza party after the fishing. Captains Vic Bertotti, John Koegler, Jimmy Zavacky, John Lewis, and Gary Dugan took over 20 eager anglers out for a successful day of catching black sea bass and fluke. All anglers caught fish. Zach Michot took top honors with his 2.86 pound fluke.

This day marked the culmination of 8 weeks of classes and hand-on activities for the youngsters covering a wide range of activities including cast nets, first aid, emergency training, safe boating, and much more. For some of these, this was their fourth summer of training, and they are ready to serve as mates.

In the past week the BHCFA captains have been fishing the reefs with their parties with occasional stops in the inlet to drift for fluke if the ocean waves get a little too intense. The action has been good on the Little Egg and Garden State South Reefs even if throwbacks continue to outnumber the keepers.

Captain John Koegler of the boat Pop’s Pride reports there is a huge mass of 1-2 pound bluefish anywhere from the Bell Buoy in Little Egg Inlet on out to a couple of miles. Trolling small metal lures seems to work best as the fish are not always marked by bird play.

The waters just inside the inlet are holding some large numbers of good sized croakers.

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Todays Date:08/29/2014
Date of Report: 2014-08-20
Fishing Report Title: BHCFA Weekly Reportt
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:   Fishing Fort Lauderdale on Happy Day Today with Capt. Zsak

Tony and Jessie Lambert, along with their daughters, Alyssa and Abbie, from Mississippi chartered the Happy Day Today along with the Topshotfishing team to do some big game deep sea sport fishing in Fort Lauderdale, FL.

It was a lovely day – a breeze out of the east at 7 mph, blue skies, seas running 1-2 ft.

Fifteen minutes after leaving the dock lines were in 120 ft. of water at the sea buoy in Fort Lauderdale, which is 1.8 miles from shore. If you venture off a ¼ of a mile further, you would find yourself in 500 ft. of water due to our extreme drop off. We started off with two #8 plainers, one with a 3 ½ blue reflector drone spoon and the other with a chartreuse sea witch in front of a double hooked Bonito strip. For surface baits we had two Ballyhoos and two Bonito strips and a daisy chain teaser.

We started off trolling over the reefs, zig zagging back and forth from 80 ft to 200 ft of water and targeting some of our 34 artificial wrecks located in Fort Lauderdale Broward County. Any type of structure, natural or man-made, will hold bait fish and in return the predators will not be too far behind. As we trolled back and forth, the family took turn angling and catching Bonitos and Kingfish. I noticed three man- of-war birds working an area so I headed over to them. To my surprise, there was a very tight ball of bait fish (cigar minnows). We


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Todays Date:08/29/2014
Date of Report: 2014-08-19
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
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Website: http://www.topshotfishing.com

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