Latest report has been fair. Fishing has not been red hot or dead slow. Our boat is fishing everyday and each day brings different conditions, species and wind. When the bite is good we are on the fish and catching. When the bite slows down, we have to work hard to get the bite. Over the last 4 or so days in Fort Lauderdale Floirda, we have had full racks of fish and or just a couple to show. By no means lack of effort, when the wind, current, bait and fish migration are always changing, we are changing with the tide. Whether its offshore Mahi fishing, inshore Sailfishing or wreckfishing for Amberjack, the best thing to concentrate is what will produce fish on slow days. When the fish are coming through South Florida good, that is easy. With tough conditions you have to put the extra effort to produce fish. We had a super Jan, Feb and March. This last week has been on the slower side. However as conditions always change, the bite may go off in the next day or two or it could be a couple of days in Ft. Lauderdale Florida where the fish are not coming through and have to put in the extra effort. And we appreciate all of our charters who understand that fishing cannot always be red hot. Even though we have days where the fish are snapping.
One aspect of our charter fishing business is that there are no guarantees and we appreciate the fishing customer who stick it in and return year after year. Our repeat fishing customer base is big and we thank you all for continuing to fish on "Happy Day Today".
Any one looking to speak with myself or captain TOM Zsak or Rick. We will let you know whats biying the best time to be on the boat and of course answer any questions.
Thanks again and we'll be in the heat of the bite soon enough as fishing has been average over the last couple days out of Fort Lauderdale. We would rather our repeat customer and or new fishing customer discuss the bite with Captain Tom, Rick or Capt Dave and not be promised false expectations of catching every fish under the sun from other fishing operations.
If your looking for a strong, fun & hard fishing charter boat (established in 1980) give us a call and we will be happy to discuss fishing out of Lauderdale, and or offshore questions, whats bitinhg and the best time to book a charter
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Happy Day Today 46' Hatteras