Address / Contact
Blue Safari Sportfishing
SE 17th Street
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33316
Location: In Fort Lauderdale
Booking Instructions: Contact Captain Terry 954-608-2662 or
Then go to our web page www.bluesafaricharters.com Click "Book Trip" Click "Buy Now" button to place deposit
Details: Blue Safari Sportfishing
Welcome to Fort Lauderdale Florida, city known throughout the world as one of the top Deep Sea Sport Fishing Destinations for catching popular Big Game Sportfish Species that includes...... Marlin - Swordfish- Sailfish - Dolphin - Wahoo - Shark -Tuna and many more!!
Anglers flock to this region of Florida from all around the world to experience the best year round Sport Fishing in the entire US. With fishing conditions close to shore, we'll have you deep sea fishing in Fort Lauderdale waters in less than 30 minutes. Depending on time of year and weather conditions, there are different species of fish to target.
Fort Lauderdale Sport Fishing is a major draw for the professional and amateur angler alike. Whether you're looking for that once in a lifetime trophy fish like Swordfish, Sailfish, Marlin or action fishing like Mahi Mahi, Wahoo, Tuna to reef fish like Grouper and Snapper. Blue Safari offers the Best South Florida Private Deep Sea Sportfishing Charters out of Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale Florida.
Reviews for Blue Safari Sportfishing
By Steve Waters South Florida Sun Sentinel 2011
Harber, of Fort Lauderdale, said he and his crew, ran southeast out of Port Everglades Inlet on Blue Safari. They started following the first of several frigate birds off Hollywood and caught some small schoolie dolphin and black fin tuna up to 19 pounds trolling lures and baits. "about the second or third frigate, we were down towards Haulover. Harber said. "The schoolies were jumping and we got lucky. The big bull came into the spread. "The fish ate a skirted ballyhoo on a Shimano Tiagra 30 reel with 40-pund line at around 9am. Harber fought the dolphin for about 30 minutes. "We got him to the boat like five times. We were being pretty careful, "Harber said. "He spooked hard and made 100-yard runs several times. He jumped from the start to finish. He was so close yet so far for a long time."
Blue Safari - In The New By Steve Waters 2012
Terry Harber's Blue Safari, the defending Champion, had the second and fifth biggest fish at 16.25 and 12.25, plus Blue Safari also won the aggregate fore the heaviest three fish at 39,625 Harber, of Fort Lauderdale, also fished off Hollywood. He and Pierre Bureau, Mark Farrugia and Brandon Hare released a 90-pound white marlin"right off the bat" then got their 16.25 - pounder, followed by several more dolphin"Everything happened early and fast in 800-900 feet, Harber said.