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What to do with your catch while fishing in Fort Lauderdale
South Florida Fish
There are several different species of fish you can catch whrn fishing with us on the Fort Lauderdale Monster…. Snapper, grouper, wahoo, mahi mahi, kingfish, tuna, bonito, sharks, marlin, sailfish and many more. The client has the option of a having their fish made into a trophy or if it’s edible, the mate will fillet it for you it’s yours to take home.
If you wish you can also take the fish you caught to one of the local restaurants, such as “The Bahia Cabana”, “Coconuts”, or the Southport Raw Bar and they will cook it up for you for a small fee.
There is also a smoke house fairly close by if you would like to smoke it. If neither of these choices are convenient for you, you have to options of leaving the fish and sometimes it gives our crew a chance to make a little extra dough!
Note: no fish has to be killed to make a mount, but having that souvenier of your experience of a lifetime is an awesome reminder of how much fun you had MONSTER fishing in Fort Lauderdale!
Zesty Grilled Swordfish or Tuna
1lb. Swordfish fillets, boned and cut
into 1 inch pieces
2 tablespoons of soy sauce
2 tablespoons of orange juice
1 tablespoon of oil
1 tablespoon of ketchup
1 tablespoon of chopped fresh parsley
1 small garlic clove, chopped
½ teaspoon of fresh lemon juice
¼ teaspoon dried oregano
¼ teaspoon ground pepper
Freshly cooked rice
Arrange swordfish in a single layer
in a shallow baking dish. Combine all remaining ingredients, except rice
in small bowl. Pour over fish, turning well to coat. Let stand at room
temperature, turning once, 30 minutes.
Preheat Broiler or prepare barbecue grill. Broil or grill fish 4 inches from
heat source for 8 minutes. Baste with sauce, turn and continue
cooking until fish flakes easily with fork. Serve over rice.
Mahi Mahi with Tammi Lea Sauce
3 or 4 Mahi Fillets
Flour for dusting
Salt and pepper
Olive oil and 2-3 tablespoons of
1 ½ Onions, thickly diced
2 Large tomatoes, thickly diced
Red raspberry honey mustard, (Rothschilds)
Dust fillets lightly with flour and
season with salt and pepper. Melt the butter and olive oil together over
medium high heat, and saute’ the mahi until just about cooked through, and
lightly browned. Remove from pan and place on platter, remember most fish
continues to cook after you take it off the heat. Scrape and loosen the
bits in the pan and add some white wine and capers, let it reduce some and then
add the onions and tomates and let those cook through, about 4 or five minutes.
Then add 2 or 3 big tablespoons of the mustard and stir through….. pour over
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