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Fly Fishing Fort Lauderdale and Hollywood, Florida
01/16/19 Fishing Report: (See Fishing Report Archive at bottom of page)
Migrating tarpon are on the beaches due to large amounts of food available and moderate
water temperatures. There are also some Permit and Bonefish hanging around. If you get
into the intracoastal waterways, such as New River, you can land some large Tarpon as well
as Snook, Barracuda, and Jack Crevelle.
Description of the waters:
The waters around Fort Lauderdale and Hollywood are clear and blue. There are great flats,
but that can change in a hurry. The Continental Shelf drops off extremely close to shore so
that one mile out you are in 100 feet of water and that goes to 600 feet at two miles out. The
Gulf Stream pushes water north along this shelf which keeps the water nice and warm and
the fish active.
The fishing season is year-round.
Spring is the best time for fly fishing for Jack Crevelle, Barracuda, Bonefish, Bonito, Cobia,
Permit, Shark, and Tarpon
This is a good time for Barracuda, Bonito, King Mackerel, Permit, Shark, Snook, and Tarpon
Fall it a great time for Barracuda, Bonefish, Bonito, Cobia, Permit, Shark, Snook, and Tarpon.
Winter months will still find Jack Crevelle, Barracuda, Cobia, King Mackerel, Shark, Tarpon
Tide Chart: Ft. Lauderdale
Weather: Ft. Lauderdale
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Inland water Flies:
Green Tarpon Baitfish
Coral Marabou Shrimp
White Marabou Shrimp
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