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Good Daytime Swordfishing Trip Today

PostPosted: Sat Mar 15, 2014 10:34 am
by FishHeadquarters

We had an awesome swordfishing trip today in Fort Lauderdale. We went out daytime swordfishing on a charter and got one! We started off trolling offshore and hit a couple nice mahi-mahi right off the bat. As we were getting them close to the boat, an estimated 400 pound mako shark came up and ate both of them off the line. We tried throwing a shark bait out to the mako, but it didn’t work. We weren’t fast enough I guess. We got out there to swordfish ground and started doing our drops. The first drop nothing and the second drop we hooked up to this nice swordfish. We caught him and threw him in the box. We kept swordfishing for a few more drops with no more luck. Glad we got the first one, it made the day.

On the way home, we trolled and caught a couple more mahi-mahi (one real nice one and one smaller one) and a nice wahoo. A great day of fishing offshore of Fort Lauderdale. There have been some nice swordfish biting off our coast, it was great to catch this one. We don’t get to go swordfishing as often as we’d like, so this is a very special fish for us to catch. The guys went home with a lot of good eating fish fillets from this trip. We’re getting into our best time of year for swordfishing and fishing in general. Fort Lauderdale really shines the next couple of months fishing wise. This is a great time to come out and book a trip. Let’s go fishing!

Tight Lines,

Capt. Andy Roydhouse


Re: Good Daytime Swordfishing Trip Today

PostPosted: Fri Apr 25, 2014 1:34 am
by SpencerEden
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