Shark Fishing

ABOUT SHARK FISHING

Shark fishiing in Fort lauderdale can be very exciting, there are lots of big sharks that swim just off the coast of Ft. Lauderdale, some of the most dangerous in the world as a matter of fact. In Fort Lauderdale we have hammerhead, tiger, bull and lemon sharks to name a few. Sharks can be very hard fighters with lots of stamina; we use very heavy tackle on the yb normal for these giant fish. Some battles with these monsters last for a few hours. Shark fishing in Fort Lauderdale is excellent in the months of march through august but can be caught throughout the year. The sharks are migrating from north to south to find warm waters. These sharks swim anywhere from 200 to 400 feet of water, some of the sharks swim on the surface and others on the bottom of the ocean.

There are also a few rare species of shark that we sometimes get lucky and catch. The mako is one type that is very good to eat and is one of the only sharks that we keep. Another is called a thesser shark who’s giant tail makes it hard to miss. All sharks are protected and are brought to the boat for pictures and then released. Next time you’re in Fort Lauderdale charter the yb normal and we can put you on one of these monsters.