As this week passed the fishing was fair in the Broward Area



Around Fort Lauderdale and Lauderdale by the sea, we found Shrimp still passing with the Se winds early in the week and for this time of year a good amount. The Tarpon Bite has picked up and have seen a couple caught each day on Anglins Fishing Pier, They are also getting Yellowtails Snapper, Blue Runners and Mackerel every day. Yesterday Thurdays they had a Porgy, Yellowtail snappers, and Mackerel and a lone Pompano GO FIGURE.

Fort Lauderdale Beach has produced a few Permit this week, you need to fish from 5am to 9am that is the best time for the bite, you will see fisherman fishing and that willlet you know yo are at the right place, about a 1/4 of a mile North of Sunrise Blvd on A1a, Use fresh dead Crab with a little stink to them. Give it a few shots and I would not be surprised if you got a nice one, also try lobbing out a large Mullet head for a Tarpon .

Water has a very small chop, North Current and Clear, A great wind allnight not to hard but enough to give it some current, some Mangrove Snappers were caught through the night.

Sunrise at Lauderdale by the Sea Anglins Fishing Pier

Sunrise at 6am on Friday June 4 2010




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This New Front end

If you are reading this than you have had an opportunity to give me input and I do appreciate it.

I will be making a splash page for the main index of Boatless Fishing and it will then take you here to the Blog.

Also I am not sure of the Cyber News Name so if you have Ideas on a Name let me hear them.

As you can see I have added a New page area Regs and Id’s this is for Newbies and anyone that wants a quick link to pertinent Florida State Info.
On the Bottom I have place a Rss Feed that comes from FWC it will list posts from Florida’s 5 regions and other news and new proposed changes to laws and up coming Meetings, I have at this time included 8 different Feeds to there so as they put them out it will change instantly.

Look close for any broken linkage or I also have targeted all links to open in another window, so if you see this not working, take note and let me know.

I am open to ideas so let them fly my way.

Thanks in Advance

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Light Chop, Wind 10 to 12 Mph Feels Fishy

Lauderdale by the Sea – Water is a Light to Med Chop, Wind out of the East  – Ne at about 10 Mph.  Water has a Fishy Feel.

Moon is about to set,  it is 3am.  Bait is in the lights of the Pier and watching for turtles, they like this month for laying their eggs.  There was a nest this morning about 150 yards from the pier to the north.

It is a wonderful evening/morning.

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Friday Morning and the water is Flat and Clear

Lauderdale by the sea —-Well fishing will be slower in the morning, the wind should start blowing out of the Ne and that should pick things up, alot of Tarpon have been moving in the mornings, a few Yellowtails Snapper throught out the day.

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Snook Till the End in South Florida from fishing piers and inlets


May 26 2005                                      written by the Boatless_Fisherman..TA

May is coming to an end, that means so long Snook. By the time this is online there will be five days left to find your keepers. I will be biding my time fishing cooler day time hours at tide changes to maximize my chance of hook ups. I would plan early mornings, evenings after 6:00 PM and all night long in some places.
Arrive at your fishing spot early to give you enough time to fish One hour before tide change and one hour after. ………………. Please CONTINUE READING—–Click here———

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Cobia How to fish for them from land-Fishing Cobia

Cobia
How to fish for them from land
Cobia
June 2 2005 Written by the Boatless Fisherman..TA

Cobia I say are one of the fringe benefits or lucky draws of fishing. Without a boat you can’t go to them so you are waiting for them to come to you. A pier is mainly where I have caught but a few times on beaches and jettys. Half of the cobia I have caught were surprise catches and the other half were sighted and caught fish. ………………. Please CONTINUE READING—–Click here———

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