These two lucky anglers will be heating up the grill for fresh Mahi Mahi and Cobia caught during a terrific morning trip aboard the Lady K. Summertime Mahi Mahi have been showing up with a lot of short fish, called “peanuts”, milling around the boat during some of the morning and afternoon trips. With so many small fish around there should be a good Mahi Mahi fishery in the fall as these fast growing fish develop through the summer. Keeper sized fish like the ones pictured above can be found around large weed patches or other floating debris so keep a sharp eye out and be ready to crank your bait close to the boat when they show up. A few Cobia are still being taken over the reefs, wrecks and sharks along with plenty of Yellow-tail and Mutton Snapper.
As the summer heat cranks up, be sure to bring plenty of sunblock, a hat and drinks if your planning a morning trip. The afternoon trips have been cooling down with the late afternoon thunder storms building up inland and have been the best trips for those in search of Mutton Snapper. We supply everything you need in order to catch fish and our experienced crews are ready to help by providing instructions, tips and techniques, as well as cleaning your catch back at the dock. Your offshore adventure begins here – at BarJack Fishing!