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Rougher Waters Still Yields Big Catches

Written by Capt. Steve on Tuesday, 06 December 2011. Posted in Fishing Reports

Sailfish Season Is Heating Up

sailfishThe recent gusting winds have created rougher than usual waters off the South Florida Coast, but it doesn't seem to have have affected the fishing too much.  All of our Palm Beach, Broward, and Dade County fishing charters are reporting great fishing at the point where there water changes color.  Debris and birds are also indicating large groups of fish.   Many of our Florida fishing captains are hauling in multiple dolphin and sailfish in short periods of time.  The Dolphin continue to bite around a depth of 200 feet and the sailfish at a depth of 100 feet.  We predict the good fishing to continue for weeks, as sailfish season heats up in South Florida!

South Florida Fishing Report

Written by Capt. Steve on Friday, 02 December 2011. Posted in Fishing Reports

Dolphin Are Biting and Sailfish Season is Beginning

dolphinAll of our South Florida Fishing Boats are telling us the same thing.  The dolphin are biting!   Our fishing captains are finding them in all depths from 100 feet to 500 feet, from Pompano Beach and Fort Lauderdale down to the Florida Keys.  Our fishing charters are cleaning up.  We are also getting reports that the sailfish season has begun and we are catching more fish every day.  We've seen them traveling in groups as well.  Good luck out on the water everybody.   

Cleaning Up in Miami

Written by Capt. Steve on Thursday, 01 December 2011. Posted in Fishing Reports

This could be you!

Cleaning Up in Miami

Kudos to Captain Ron on our Miami Fishing Boat for nailing a great catch for our guests! Dolphin Fishing and Kingfish fishing have been great in Miami lately. These guys will be eating well for a while!


And It Begins

Written by Capt. Noah on Thursday, 10 November 2011. Posted in Miscellaneous

Welcome to VIP Fishing Charters brand new home on the internet. In addition to providing outstanding service as your personal fishing concierge, we intend to regularly update our site with useful information about fishing, boating and visiting the areas we service.

We welcome your comments and feedback and hope to continue being your goto source for planning your dream fishing trips.

Boca Inlet Bridge Information

Written by Capt. Noah on Wednesday, 02 November 2011. Posted in Miscellaneous, Tourist Info, Fishing Advice

I keep my Hydra-Sports center console near Boca Inlet and I get a number of requests for information on the Boca Inlet bridge. So here it is...


The Boca Raton Inlet Bridge connects A1A over Boca Raton inlet. The bridge opens on demand for all vessel traffic that requires an opening. You can reach all Palm Beach County bridges on VHF Channel 09. The bridge is believed to offer 23 ft clearance at low tide, but please confirm clearances on the sign board when approaching.

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