The latest front has just passed through and we have put a pretty fair amount of rain thankfully behind us as this one was a pretty wet one but also a pretty mild one, barely moving the thermometer a few degrees. Warm and pleasant here again and the weather people say it is going to be a beautiful postcard worthy week with a quick rain and some wind coming in on friday and then a clear and sunny weekend. Fishing in Fort Lauderdale has pretty good today with Captain Kopper and JJ catching their limit of Tunas this morning and then adding 6 more this afternoon. Kenny and Joey had a half dozen of those Blackfin Tunas and then added a nice Sail to the afternoon's catch, missing an earlier one. Gone now is the wind and as I mentioned that rain is gone as well. The fish as we have mentioned in the past don't give a hoot about the rain, as they are already wet.  And today that held true as those Tuna and Sails bit as we dodged and failed to dodge rain all day. Good deep sea fishing in Ft. Lauderdale today, and tomorrow we get to slip offshore and do it again. In the sun this time. Enjoy the photos of recent anglers. See you on the rip. Tight lines and good fishing to everybody from all of us here @ Marlin My Darlin.

Fish Species: Blackfin Tuna, Sailfish
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About The Author: Captain Rick Brady

Company: All-Inclusive Sportfishing

Area Reporting: Ft. Lauderdale / S.E. Florida

Bio: Fishing locally for over 40 years, President of Bahia Mar Captains Association (FT. Lauderdale.Two time Winner Bahamas Billfish Championship two times,two seconds as well(all four included wins and placing in individual tournaments/ Two time winner West Palm Beach Buccaneer Sailfish tournament, 1st place Key West Blue Marlin. Excellent reputation.

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