Archives for September 2011

Thursday Morning


The forecast is still calling for waves on Sunday and Monday. If we do get any waves on Sunday there is that chance that the winds will be offshore in the morning. Monday looks to be wind chop with E/NE 15 to 20 Knott winds.

Wednesday Morning

Glassy flat and not raining in Fort Lauderdale for a change. Wave Models are still calling for waves Sunday, Monday from a couple cold fronts moving thru this weekend. It’s a little early for us to get waves from cold fronts but if it happens we’ll take it. It’ll be nice to have a north swell with offshore winds.

Sunday Morning

Flat again this morning. There is a low pressure system off the Bahamas today that might send in a little something, but I doubt it. The wave models do show waves coming our way this time next week. Definitely a wait and see.

Le Blorr live @ Surf Cafe Boca

Saturday, October 8 at 9:00pm

Surf Cafe, Boca Raton

7200 North Dixie Hwy Boca Raton, 33487

Fishing Report for Sept 23, 2011

Dade Broward Palm Beach
Brought to you by Capt. Marc Wyckoff
(954) 857-6689 Crowd Pleaser Sportfishing (954) 673-3616 or (954) 673-3616 (954) 673-3616
This week reef fishing has picked up a bit from last week. Enough kingfish action to keep your interest in around 140′. Fish are averaging 5- 12 lbs. Plenty of bonitos are mixed in, as well as a few
wahoos. A few skipjack tuna and football size blackfins  have been out there from 200′ to around 500′. Dolphin fishing has been really good for us this week, with a few 20 to 25 lb fish being caught as well as
PLENTY of gaffer size fish. There have been good current edges with plenty of weed and debris on them anywhere from 700′ to 900′ of water. Also the guys who are getting out beyond the 50 line are reporting
good catches of larger fish.  Oh yeah, one more thing. Anchor fishing on the reef at night has been pretty hot for yellowtails. Mangroves and muttons have been in the mix as well. Just remember, north current
is the key for good anchor fishing. Get out there and get tight!
Biscayne Bay Inshore 

If you find the mullet schools over a grass flat, expect a bunch of tarpon from 20 pounds to 100 pounds. They’ll be patrolling the mullet schools. Along with the tarpon are large seatrout, barracudas, jacks and a few bluefish.

If you find small baitfish on the grass flats, expect lots of seatrout in different sizes, plus small jacks, blue runners, ladyfish, snappers and barracudas. Mullet schools hanging out around bridges, shorelines and islands are attracting tarpon, barracudas and some large snook. On two recent day trips in the Bay we had a tarpon that was way over 80 pounds eat a plug. We lost that fish on the third jump. On the next day we had a big trout eat the same plug. Then we missed at least a dozen tarpon strikes using live threadfin herring, but did manage to put four of those fish in the air and release a 39-inch, 16-pound snook. Nighttime snook, snapper and tarpon fishing has been good around the ocean inlets, bridges and dock lights.


Thursday Morning

Knee high and barely Longboardable in Fort Lauderdale this morning.

The forecast has it flat for awhile in South Florida. Central Florida looks to be getting waves in a few days from TS Ophelia.

Wednesday Morning

Knee to waist high with some bigger sets in North Broward this morning. Low tide has it a little funky. It should get a little better with the incoming tide.

Tuesday Morning

Knee high east wind chop. I’m not seeing much North swell in Pompano this morning. Maybe a little something later.

Monday Morning

Pretty much unrideable wind chop this morning in Fort Lauderdale. NWS and the wave models are calling for a swell to fill in for the rest of the week. It looks like a PBC event but Broward could get some of it. Either way I doubt it’ll get much over waist high, if that.

Reggae Sundays

Sunday Sept 25 Reggae Sundays aka The Church @ Jazid A Earth night celebration for Ras Los, Ayana, Israel of Jahstream & Ricky D of Galaxy Mixed Culture live on the first floor. On the second floor it’s the Kulcha Shok Krew & hosted by Lance-O with  special live performance from Pressure 1342 Washington Av Miami Beach free 10pm