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

Corey Hilliard and his wife, Carol, along with friends, Brady and Amy from Illinois decided to do some big game deep sea sport fishing in Fort Lauderdale, FL with the Topshotfishing team. We had winds running out of the east, southeast at 12 mph and seas running 3-4 ft.

Fifteen minutes after leaving the dock lines were in 120 ft of water at the sea buoy in Fort Lauderdale FL which is 1.8 miles from shore. If you venture out another ¼ of a mile, the depth of the water will be 500 ft. due to our extreme drop off close to shore. We started off with two #8 plainers, one with a pink and blue sea witch in front of a double hook Bonito strip, the other with a blue and white sea witch in front of a double hook Bonito strip. For surface baits we had two Bonito strips and two Ballyhoos and a ¼ ounce alibi feather down the center rigger.

We have 34 artificial wrecks in our waters ranging from 60 ft. out to 420 ft. deep, giving us a wide range of depths. These wrecks consist of large freighters all the way down to small barges. Any type of structure (artificial wrecks) will hold the bait fish and in return the predators will not be far behind.

All four anglers took turn reeling in their catches with a total catch of five Kingfish, three Barracudas, five Bonitos and two Tunas.

With fish on the menu for tonight’s dinner, all the anglers retired


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Todays Date:09/23/2014
Date of Report: 2014-09-22
Fishing Report Title: Deep Sea 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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Fishing Report:   Joe Hahn is expecting delivery of his new bay boat soon, and he took a morning to fish Estero Bay’s backwaters with me on Monday, 9/8/14, hoping to learn the best techniques for fishing in the backwaters. Prior to now, most of Joe’s fishing experience has been from shore. So we headed out to fish various spots in Estero Bay and Hickory Bay, and fished with live shrimp on a favorable tide. Joe landed a keeper sheepshead at 15 inches, a 12-inch sand bream, twenty mangrove snapper, three of which were keeper size, a 16-inch redfish, which he released, and two keeper redfish at 23 inches and 24 ½ inches. It was a pretty productive morning, and I think Joe is looking forward to spending many mornings that way.

Gordon and Emily Levy fished the backwaters with me on Tuesday morning, 9/16/14. Fishing a catch-and-release trip with live shrimp in lower Hickory Bay, the couple caught and released three redfish, all 16-17 inches, twenty mangrove snapper to 12 inches, a 12-inch sand bream, and a 16-inch sheepshead.

The photo shown is of angler Joe Hahn, with a 24 ½-inch redfish, caught on shrimp on a recent inshore trip.

You can check out all of our shark and goliath grouper action videos at the following link.
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ID: 7815


Todays Date:09/23/2014
Date of Report: 2014-09-22
Fishing Report Title: SW FL-Bonita Beach: redfish, Sheepshead & Snapper Inshore
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: New Pass, Bonita Beach
Phone: 239 947-1688
Email: Email the angler or Capt.
Website: http://fishbustercharters.com

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Fishing Report:   The Inshore Fishing all through the ICW continues to offer anglers plenty of action. The Snook have been abundant near docks and sea walls ambushing bait pods. The action is outstanding early and late in the afternoon using live baits and artificial lures like doa bait busters and cal, along with heedon spook top water plugs. The average size of the Snook has been 2 to 20 pounds. Fly fishing for the snook has been great as anglers sight snook cruising down the sea wall presenting the fly 2 to 3 feet before them. Deceivers and clousers work great.

Tarpon action is great in the back bays and canals using live baits or doa shrimp. The tarpon bite has been best during low light hours. Live mullet freelined causes for some explosive action for anglers. The tarpon are following the bait schools and can be seen rolling on the surface allowing anglers to make an accurate cast to them. The average size of the tarpon has been 5 to 50 pounds.

The Jacks have been ferocious on the grass flats and near any structure were bait concentrates. The Jacks can be seen busting bait pods allowing anglers to locate them easily and target them live and artificial lures. The faster the angler moves the lure through the water, Jacks key in on the bait, crushing it with a vengeance. The Jacks are ranging in the size from 2 to 20 pounds.

Peacock bass fishing has been explosive in the local canals anglers are catching many fish averaging 3 pounds but


ID: 7814
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Todays Date:09/23/2014
Date of Report: 2014-09-19
Fishing Report Title: Palm Beach Jupiter report Snook and Peacock Bass
State or Fishing Region: Florida- SE Regional Report
Charter Name: Phlats Guide Service
Boat Name:
Report By: Capt. Craig Korczynski
Licenses, Associations:
Locale or Marina: lake worth lagoon, loxahatchee river
Phone: 5616444371
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Website: http://www.PhlatsInshoreFishing.com

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Fishing Report:   Upon my return to Fort Lauderdale from the Bahamas, my first fishing trip back got even me excited! Our trip today was a mixed group of people and of course, they ALL wanted to catch fish. Trolling had been producing some small sized Bonitos on the reef and with little wind, we decided to keep the boat moving in our high 80’s temps and begin out day with some easy fish to catch.
The Bonitos were biting pretty good as were the King Mackerel. It took a little over an hour to catch everyone aboard a couple of fish. Bending the rod is always our goal and the reef was providing this with no problem.
But as usual, things tend to slow a bit as the sun gets high and the waters warm. We’re not really in a season where sharks are plentiful but you never know what will happen when you deploy large baits. Grouper, Amberjack, even Sailfish and Swordfish can find these baits. And of course, any kind of shark.
We set a top bait and then began dropping a bottom bait. It didn’t get far before Justin let me know we had a bite on the drop. With young Robert in the chair, we hooked and caught a large Barracuda. At just under 4’, I’m afraid he was no match for the heavy gear we use when we fish for “the BIG stuff” and was easily caught and released.
Another bottom bait was rigged and sent down to the bottom with no interruption this time. The thing about this kind of fishing is waiting for the bite. The scent travels with the current, which there was plenty of today,


ID: 7813
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Todays Date:09/23/2014
Date of Report: 2014-09-17
Fishing Report Title: Fanntastic Fishing Lands Mako Shark
State or Fishing Region: Florida Fishing Reports
Charter Name: Fantastic Fishing
Boat Name:
Report By: Captain Steve Souther
Licenses, Associations:
Locale or Marina: Bahia Mar Hotel and Yachting Center
Phone: 954-728-9880
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Website: http://www.fanntasticfishing.com

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Fishing Report:   Finally got out on the water today with my friend Aron to do some fishing after the flood tides we have had over the last week. We fished the last of the outgoing tide and the first of the incoming tide this morning the water was gorgeous and not a lot of current. At first we fished live shrimp on the edge of oyster beds and drop offs behind St Simons Island fishing in 3-8ft of water. The first spot we fished we were catching trout and redfish every cast it was a mixed bag of keeper trout but all of the redfish were in the slot limit and also caught one flounder that was 18 inches. We continued fishing the rivers and catching a good bit of fish until the current stopped at the bottom of the tide. Once we left the rivers we went out into the St Simons Island sound and fished for tripletail again the water was crystal clear we fished about 8ft deep and hooked into 3 really nice tripletail but only got 2 to the boat they were both over 24 inches. After fishing for the tripletail we fished a couple more spots picking up a few more trout and a couple more redfish. All in all we had a great day the weather was perfect and the fishing is picking up really good also there are still a lot of bull redfish and tarpon being caught off the beaches. Contact me on www.reelstokedfishing for info on booking a trip theres a lot going on and the fall bite is just around the corner.


ID: 7812


Todays Date:09/23/2014
Date of Report: 2014-09-17
Fishing Report Title: September Fishing Report
State or Fishing Region: Georgia Fishing Reports
Charter Name: Reel Stoked Charter Fishing LLC
Boat Name:
Report By: Captain Jeff Stokes
Licenses, Associations:
Locale or Marina: St Simons Island
Phone: 9122699041
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Website: http://www.reelstokedfishing.com

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

Tarik Henein, from Canada along with his two sons, Alex and Nicholas, who just turned 8, chartered the Happy Day Today along with the Topshotfishing team to do some big game deep sea sport fishing in Fort Lauderdale. FL. The family was down in Ft. Lauderdale visiting the grandparents and they decided to go fishing the last week of their vacation. Winds were out of the north at 5 mph, seas running 3-4 ft., blue skies, temperature in the low 90\'s.

This was Nicholas\' first time fishing and he was all enthused about his fishing trip. After a fifteen minute scenic cruise of Fort Lauderdale on the way out, lines were in 120 ft of water at the sea buoy in Fort Lauderdale. We put two plainers down, one with a 3 1/2 blue reflector drone spoon and the other with a pink and blue sea witch in front of a double hooked Bonito strip. For surface baits we had four Bonito strips.

Before the fourth line was out, the action started - all three lines were hooked up. Nicholas jumped into the fighting chair to do battle with his first fish and he reeled in a 9 lb Bonito. His father and brother, Alex, brought in the other two fish, both Bonitos. We put out our fishing lines again and I trolled towards one of our 34 artificial wrecks located here in Fort Lauderdale. Again the action started, hooked up on five fish!!!!!! All the anglers took turns bringing in the fish. As I got


ID: 7811
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Todays Date:09/23/2014
Date of Report: 2014-09-17
Fishing Report Title: 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:   After a week’s worth of northeast winds making ocean fishing uncomfortable if not impossible, the boats of the Beach Haven Charter Fishing Association are optimistic that conditions are starting settling down for a return to the outstanding fishing occurring before the northeaster.

The inshore reefs were producing some fine catches of big fluke while schools of small bluefish in the inlet and inshore ocean waters made for good sport. The offshore canyons were giving up good catches of tuna as the normal good fall tuna bite was just getting underway.

Captain Gary Dugan of Irish Jig Sportfishing had a party out to the Garden State South Reef before the winds started to blow and had “drop and reel” action. His party had 10 nice keepers to 26-inches along with many throwbacks that were just short of keeper size. He was using live peanut bunker. Once the winds started to blow, Captain Gary was forced to fish the bay due to the conditions and ended up with small sea bass, some bluefish, and some dogfish. He got out to the Garden State South Reef again over the weekend and found rough conditions but his group managed four nice fluke to take home along with many other close throwbacks.

Captain John Koegler had the “Star Fish” and a party of 4 out looking for fish inside the inlet with the unstable ocean conditions. As they neared the south end of Long Beach Island a bluefish jumped close to the boat. Out went the trolling tackle, and a


ID: 7810
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Todays Date:09/23/2014
Date of Report: 2014-09-17
Fishing Report Title: BHCFA Report September 17
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:
Phone:
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Website: http://www.BHCFA.org

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Fishing Report:   On Sept 14, 2014 we spent the day out on the Truckee River on the stretch between Lake Tahoe and Truckee along Highway 89. The day was beautiful - spectacularly clear and brisk morning. We were shore fishing and wading a bit, but the water level was quite low. We caught a few small trout on dry flies and found the most success just upstream of the turnoff to Alpine Meadows. All in all, great day to be outside, but the water was really too low to make going out now a strong recommendation.


ID: 7809


Todays Date:09/23/2014
Date of Report: 2014-09-16
Fishing Report Title: Truckee River fishing report
State or Fishing Region: California Fishing Reports
Charter Name: Michael Jackson
Boat Name:
Report By: Mike
Licenses, Associations:
Locale or Marina:
Phone:
Email: Email the angler or Capt.
Website: http://www.fishkick.com/fishing-report/truckee-river

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Fishing Report:   Milwaukee Fishing Lake Michigan Salmon Report 9/16/2014
By Milwaukee Wisconsin fishing charter Captain Jim Hirt
Chinooks, Lake and Brown Trout Milwaukee!
Harbor fishing good for Brown Trout with a few Chinook. Spoons or crank baits best bait in the harbor. 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
Harbor Chinook are coming on Vulcan Magnum combinations of green/silver, all silver and blue/silver. My first choice is first light with magnum glow spoons. The Reaper or Vulcan glow spoons best when run 100 feet behind the downrigger ball and 6 feet down. The only place you will find Reaper and Vulcan spoons is on my web site at http://www.badgertackle.com
How Lake Trout
Action out deep is slow. Try long lead spoons and SWR rigs 80 feet down. High lead cores are also a good choice. Best action has been in 70 feet and out to 170 feet
Where!
Fish are mixed up and scattered. Cold water has driven the fish to shallow water one day and out deep the next. They can be caught on high presentations. Fish the entire water column in 25 to 160 feet of water for the best action. Our best speed was 2.0 to 2.2 mph measured at the ball with the Depth Raider.
Have a great fishing season. Jim charters out of


ID: 7808
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Todays Date:09/23/2014
Date of Report: 2014-09-16
Fishing Report Title: Milwaukee Fishing Lake Michigan Salmon Report 9/16/2014
State or Fishing Region: Wisconsin Fishing Reports
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Boat Name:
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Locale or Marina:
Phone:
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Website: http://www.bluemaxcharters.com

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Fishing Report:   The Dorado have arrived in numbers and that the sailfish bite has been very strong this year. The full fishing reports are available at http://www.itravel-cabo.com/fishing-reports.aspx

Also, the incoming Hurricane Odile is affecting some fishing in the area, http://www.itravel-cabo.com/news.aspx , read more here.

Tight lines!


ID: 7807


Todays Date:09/23/2014
Date of Report: 2014-09-14
Fishing Report Title: Latest Fishing Reports for Cabo San Lucas
State or Fishing Region: Mexico- Cabo San Lucas Fishing Report
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Phone:
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Website: http://www.itravel-cabo.com

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Fishing Report:   Summer 2014 is winding down now in September, but the water is still warm, early fall fishing patterns will be coming soon, the annual baitfish migration starting with the first signs of “scout” mullet schools beginning to appear, to be followed by the mass of mullet schools to follow as they head south. September and October are the fall migration months here in coastal East Central Florida including Mosquito Lagoon, New Smyrna Beach, and Daytona Beach. Summer local mullet schools are still in force on the flats of the lagoon however, early mornings stacked up on flats edges making for good areas for early Redfish and Seatrout targeting. Water levels are up after a good rainy season along with cloudy water in many areas which is normal for late summer, but the water is still somewhat clear for sight fishing on many flats with healthy grass beds. Indian River backcountry mixed bag fishing has been good all summer with most trips up to 15 different species caught. Both Spotted and Silver Seatrout, Mangrove Snapper, Black Drum, Whiting, Croakers, Jack Crevalle, Ladyfish, Sheepshead, and always a few surprise species caught. My mixed bag trips are a fun easy style of catching with light spin tackle catching large numbers of these different saltwater species, great wildlife viewing also on every trip out with Bottlenose Dolphin, Manatees, and all types of birds. Repeat clients Dr. Jim and Sue brought the grand kids from Pennsylvania out a couple times on mixed bag trips


ID: 7806
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Todays Date:09/23/2014
Date of Report: 2014-09-12
Fishing Report Title: DaytonaBeach NewSmyrna Redfish MosquitoLagoon
State or Fishing Region: Florida Fishing Reports
Charter Name: Edgewater River Guide
Boat Name:
Report By: Capt Michael Savedow
Licenses, Associations:
Locale or Marina:
Phone: 386-689-3781
Email: Email the angler or Capt.
Website: http://EdgewaterRiverGuide.com

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Fishing Report:   The inshore fishing in the ICW has produced a mix bag of species for anglers, as mullet schools trickle into back bays. The Snook and Tarpon have really keyed in on the schools of bait near docks and sea walls. Early morning and late afternoon provides the best action for anglers. Pier fishing also another areas for anglers to tango with the linesiders

The Jacks have been abundant near drop offs and local bridges. Live baits work great along with lures and jigs. The Jacks have provided great action for those anglers who prefer to fly fish, providing anglers with a bite almost every cast.. The Jacks are schooled up and once located can be coaxed close to the boat with a little chumming.

The Sheepshead and Mangrove Snapper fishing is great near the bridges and dock pilings for those looking for a tasty meal. Live shrimp work great for the Sheepshead and the Snapper.

Fresh water the peacock bass are teaming in local canals striking DOA shrimp and live shiners. The peacocks are averaging 2 to 4 pounds and can be sight fished. Fly fishing for the peacocks has been great as anglers can watch the peacocks explode on the fly.

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


ID: 7805


Todays Date:09/23/2014
Date of Report: 2014-09-11
Fishing Report Title: Palm Beach and Jupiter salt and fresh water report
State or Fishing Region: Florida- SE Regional Report
Charter Name: Phlats Guide Services
Boat Name:
Report By: Capt. Craig Korczysnki
Licenses, Associations:
Locale or Marina: Palm Beach, Jupiter Lake Worth Lagoon, Loxahatchee River
Phone: 561-644-4371
Email: Email the angler or Capt.
Website: http://www.PhlatsInshoreFishing.com

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