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GREAT FORT LAUDERDALE FISHING ABOARD OUR NEWLY RENOVATED CUSTOM 50’ CUSTOM CAROLINA SPORTFISH SKIPPERED BY TOP CAPTAIN STEVE SOUTHER

The ocean just off shore of Fort Lauderdale makes for some of the finest sport fishing available anywhere in the world. And the boat ride from the dock to the fishing grounds is just minutes, not hours, away. A mere mile from shore and virtually anything can be caught within this short distance. We are usually within 2 miles of shore for 90% of our fishing trips. This is because that’s where the fish are!

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Testimonials

“Thank you so much for make our trip fishing so wonderful. Jaye had the time of his life!!!! JennyAnn and I had a wonderful time also. You both made us all feel so at home even thought Alabama was a loooooooong way away from Ft Lauderdale. You made us feel so welcome! I being the one who had never been fishing before had a great time. Jaye and JennyAnn had both been deep sea fishing before and knew what to expect. You all made us feel right at home and so comfortable. We Thank you all for making our trip so wonderful!! Thank you again for such a exciting experience! We will highly recommend you!! You were all so great!!!”

“Great boat, great gear, great guide! This is only one lunker of about 25 caught on a half day trip with Capt. Steve. The guy knows how to fish. I could go on and on about his local knowledge and angling skills but the fact of the matter is, when the fish are biting, Capt. Steve gives you the best chance at bringing them to the boat.”

“Well, we’re just about out of Kingfish for the BBQ here back at home on the west coast. Just thought I’d send a couple pics back of our fishing adventure with you. You can BET that I’ll be telling the tourist’s I fly into FLL that there’s only ONE place to Charter in Fort Lauderdale for fishing! Thanks again for a great time. We’re already dreaming about Dolphin season NEXT April, sigh.”