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Fort Lauderdale Fishing aboard the Happy Day Today Charter
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Fort Lauderdale Amberjack Fishing, Ft Lauderdale Deep Sea Fishing

Our Fort Lauderdale wrecks hold three main species (Amberjack, Grouper & Barracuda) We target these fish and the most frequent bite is from Amberjack.

Deep Sea Fishing Ft Lauderdale

The average depth of water for the best Fort Lauderdale wrecks are from 175 feet of water to 425 feet of water. The types of wrecks are sunken planes, sunken freighter ships, sunken boats and even parts of a bridge have been intentionally sunk for recreational fishing off Fort Lauderdale. Some of the more successful wrecks are just outside of our port of Lauderdale.

Amberjack are a year round fishery, the better months are February, March, April, May and June. We have been very successful in targeting these deep sea fish off Ft. Lauderdale using live bait. Jigs can be effective, however the very best is to use live Mackerel, Speedo, Goggleyes, and Bonito.

The tackle we use is a 6/0 reel with 100 pound test leader usually around 30 feet long. The hook is a circle hook and is a 12/0 size. The circle hooks allow to hook the fish in the side of the mouth. Also to get the rig down to the wreck, we have to use around a 4 pound weight.

Once we arrive to one of the Fort lauderdale wrecks, we try to drop the bait close and even on top of the deep sea structure. Have to let the fish go down slow so it does not spin up. Amberjack are also called "Wreck Donkeys" or "Goldens" and they have earned their name because of their tenacity of the fight. Once the fish is away from the wreck, the fight usually is around 20 to 30 minutes. The fish will make a couple good runs trying to get back in her home.

The best part about fishing off Fort Lauderdale is we have the ability to target Sailfish, Mahi-Mahi, King Mackerel and Amberjack in a 4 of 6 hour trip. Soo you can have a very productive trip fishing in a morning or afternoon off our charter boat.

To book a charter, call Captain Tommy Zsak and he will be happy to discuss the charter and what is involved and or what is biting at this time.
Charter Boat "Happy Day Today" 954-309-7457 cell Fort Lauderdale Charter Boat for over 30 years!!!

Tight lines,

Captain Tommy Zsak
Happy Day Today
46' Hatteras
Fort Lauderdale Charter Boat

Any questions or booking information? Please contact Capt. Zsak at (954) 439-8106

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