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Old 08-03-2014, 06:32 PM
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Originally Posted by Liveactionfishing View Post
Great day off port everglades.
Wahoo 6:45am 189' 36lbs
Dolphin 9am 1000' blind trolling 34lbs
Eating good tonight.

Nice work!!!
Old 08-06-2014, 04:08 AM
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Great work on that! I have only been out twice all summer due to buying and remodeling the new condo (with a slip of course , but that sure makes me want to get out there. What did you get the wahoo on? Thanks for the report!
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Great work on that! I have only been out twice all summer due to buying and remodeling the new condo (with a slip of course , but that sure makes me want to get out there. What did you get the wahoo on? Thanks for the report!
Wahoo bit on a rapala cd22 mullet pattern.
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Awesome catch
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8-10-14 Ran about 20 miles out and found a weedline that went out forever. Ended up with 5 good fish. Lots of life out there, frigates, big schools of skipjacks and saw a free jumping marlin.
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Hi all,

New poster here. Got my first boat a 20-foot key west cc and am loving it! Trailering from cooper city area, seems there's a few of you in my area. Well, here's a quick report from this past Saturday, Aug 23. Went out PE inlet around 7am. Got to sea buoy and put out three lines, two flatlines with dolphin jrs one blue, one green/yellow, and a billy bait mini turbo blue/purple with a hoo out of the shotgun. Picked up a quick blackfin, smallish, maybe five pounds. Kept trolling out looking for weeds, anything but nada. Went back to the waypoint we picked up the tuna and immediately triple header. Dropped one and got two in, another around five and a nice football around 12 lbs or so. Got into something on the shotgun but got off. Picked up a skipjack in the same area. 3 of 4 tunas hit blue, skippy on the green. The bite stopped right before 8:30, but I wouldn't find out if it wold turn on again as I headed in due to a sea sick passenger (!!!). Seas were only around two feet. :/

Looking forward to contributing to the thread. Tight lines.

Yomin!

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PE report from Sunday 8/24: 800-900ft was non-stop dolphin on prominent rips and good weedlines off the Steeple. Filled both boxes with 8-15lbs on light tackle by 11AM and headed in early. Truly fun fishing, but sombered by the body count on the VHF, may they rest in peace.
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Originally Posted by AquaWhaler View Post
sombered by the body count on the VHF, may they rest in peace.
What did I miss?!...
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What did I miss?!...
Several bodies 20 miles out.
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There was a great weedline on Saturday about 8 miles out. Goal was to have my nine year old granddaughter catch her first dolphin. It was great to see her do it and then later her second.
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Originally Posted by Yomin23 View Post
Hi all,

New poster here. Got my first boat a 20-foot key west cc and am loving it! Trailering from cooper city area, seems there's a few of you in my area. Well, here's a quick report from this past Saturday, Aug 23. Went out PE inlet around 7am. Got to sea buoy and put out three lines, two flatlines with dolphin jrs one blue, one green/yellow, and a billy bait mini turbo blue/purple with a hoo out of the shotgun. Picked up a quick blackfin, smallish, maybe five pounds. Kept trolling out looking for weeds, anything but nada. Went back to the waypoint we picked up the tuna and immediately triple header. Dropped one and got two in, another around five and a nice football around 12 lbs or so. Got into something on the shotgun but got off. Picked up a skipjack in the same area. 3 of 4 tunas hit blue, skippy on the green. The bite stopped right before 8:30, but I wouldn't find out if it wold turn on again as I headed in due to a sea sick passenger (!!!). Seas were only around two feet. :/

Looking forward to contributing to the thread. Tight lines.

Yomin!
Nice report! Welcome and keep'em comin'
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Can anyone tell me a little bit about The Steeple? It's omnipresent in reports but I can't ascertain it's exact location. It's a church on the beach in pompano I gather, and I think I found it on google, but it would be cool to know from those in the know what the actual church name is. Anyone know how far it is, approx, from PE?

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Originally Posted by Yomin23 View Post
Can anyone tell me a little bit about The Steeple? It's omnipresent in reports but I can't ascertain it's exact location. It's a church on the beach in pompano I gather, and I think I found it on google, but it would be cool to know from those in the know what the actual church name is. Anyone know how far it is, approx, from PE?

Thanks!

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The steeple is just north of commercial blvd, there is a large grouping of reefs between 100 to 200 ft of water.. It is a hot bed for kings and sails during the winter. Check it out on a chart you can't miss all the published reefs,, or watch for me tomorrow I'll have two rags up drifting from the commercial anchorage in Lauderdale up to the steeple.
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Originally Posted by SplashFL View Post
Several bodies 20 miles out.
I still have no idea what you're talking about...
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Originally Posted by Navatech View Post
I still have no idea what you're talking about...

It's been all over the news. A simple Google found this old article for you. ;?

http://articles.sun-sentinel.com/201...-s-coast-guard
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Originally Posted by Liveactionfishing View Post
The steeple is just north of commercial blvd, there is a large grouping of reefs between 100 to 200 ft of water.. It is a hot bed for kings and sails during the winter. Check it out on a chart you can't miss all the published reefs,, or watch for me tomorrow I'll have two rags up drifting from the commercial anchorage in Lauderdale up to the steeple.
Cool - thanks for the info!
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pulled out of port 6am Saturday morning. put the wahoo baits out about 100 yards from the can. Trolled from the can up to the commercial anchorage zig zagging reefs picked up 5 small kings and a few bonitos. pulled the troll baits around 8am and went to the kites. set up in 100ft and pointed offshore, worked out to about 400ft with no bites so turned it into a drift back in, crossed over the 250ft mark and 3 of 4 kite baits went down, 7ft bull shark on left long, sail on right long, then about halfway through the fight with the bull right short goes down second sail on. broke off the bull, jumped off sail #1, sail #2 made it to the boat. pulled the lines and headed back for port around 11:30. Ripping north current. schools of bullet bonitos all over the can and the boats. surprised the one with stripes didn't show up but I guess thats fishin.
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Reporting on Sunday sept 7 conditions at PE. (No fishing to report on unfortunately ).

I went out with the wife and daughter late in at 9am hoping for a few hours of trolling. Forecast called for "around" 2-foot seas. Now, I get the inlet is always a different kind of monster, and we had an outgoing tide with east /SE winds at 10-12 knots, but we ran into 4-5 footers, tight, with I'd swear occasional 6-footers.

We barely got past the first nav buoy and headed south, circled back, and called it, headed back in. (Cool side note: a massive nuke sub doing drills in the vicinity of the sea buoy.)

Heard the seas laid down to 2-3 after the third reef and at the edge, but I have to ask: Are there any real-time sea condition websites you guys turn to before heading out?

My little 20-foot Key West handled it like a champ but it wasn't the kind of conditions I'd want to be in with my fam.

Thanks all.

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Not great but I always look at the different inlet web cams before heading out. That and wind finder and noaa.
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buoy data is an app I use its pretty good its linked to NOAA so same forecast. a lot has to do with watching the winds and tides, out going with east wind will snot up port and scare most off but if you pull a quick left or right out of the tide you can avoid some beatings...

east or southeast will be an ok wind because usually we have a north current out a few miles off of port where it will not stack up as bad. but when the current is south you will see tighter stacks.

North or northeast wind will stack the seas more often and you can add a swell of 4-6 feet a lot of times in the winter. The wind tend to be more sustained during the winter months out of the north northeast.

West wind is a dream but is fairly rare in south florida.

I'm sure there are better sites to find wave height and wind condition but I have had many days when conditions don't match the reports.

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