Second Wynnd Fishing Charters | fishing
Second Wynnd Fishing Charters | fishing

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Second Wynnd Fishing Charters | fishing technics | Fort Lauderdale 3
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Our crew is proficient at targeting most every species that swim in our waters. We are rigged and ready for just about every style of fishing. Our tactics are based on seasonal fish patterns, weather conditions, and customer preference. Talk to your captain before your trip to discuss what’s been biting.

KITE/LIVE BAIT FISHING

One of the most productive tactics in our area is kite fishing with live bait. By doing this we target a broad spectrum of species, including sailfish (especially in winter), tunas, mahi mahi, wahoo, kingfish, and cobia.

TROLLING

Trolling is another productive method of fishing. We like trolling because it allows up to cover a lot of ground, as well as a wide variety of species including mahi mahi, tunas, kingfish, wahoo, and sailfish.

REEF FISHING

If reef fishing is your thing, we’ve got you covered. By anchoring the boat and chumming the water, reef fishing targets: snapper, grouper, amberjack, and a wide range of other reef-dwelling fish. This can be a fun option for kids due to the light tackle we use and the faster pace, more hands-on approach this style of fishing provides.

SHARK FISHING

Looking for an adrenaline rush? Shark fishing might just be the thing for you. With heavy tackle and monster fish reaching 10+ feet and hundreds of pounds, shark fishing is nothing short of thrilling.

DEEP DROP FISHING

Deep drop fishing is a great option for those looking to get meat in the boat. Not the sportiest of tactics, often referred to as “grocery shopping,” deep dropping utilizes rigs with numerous hooks attached to electric reels and heavy weights. This is performed at depths ranging from 400 to 1000+ feet. This method is typically done on the way home from a summertime mahi mahi trip.

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