November Fort Lauderdale, Pompano Fishing Report

November is traditionally the start of our winter sailfish season and we seem to be right on track. The first cold fronts passing through have produced some good numbers of sailfish and that is a great sign for the upcoming months.

Along with the sailfish, the first full moon of November produced an epic wahoo bite with some boats catching five or six on half day charters.

Leading into the Thanksgiving holiday we have been catching nice mahi (dolphin), large kink mackral, blackfin and skipjack tuna, in Pompano.

Winter is here, and that means a lot of kite fishing and “live baiting” in general. We love that style of fishing and this year we have added some new weapons to our arsenal. We will be using some lighter tackle with much higher gear ratios, allowing us to retreive line on those speedsters much faster. That can be a big advantage when the trophy sailfish strikes and burns off a couple hundred yards of line at blistering speeds. As always we will do “whatever it takes” to find you that trophy fish you are looking for. Wheather it’s a sailfish, swordfish, mahi (dolphin), tuna, bottom dweller, etc.

The fishing changes constantly in Fort Lauderdale and Pompano, with weather conditionss, current changes and moon phases. So… feel free to contact us anytime for the most recent happenings.