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Sharks live along the South Florida coast and are commonly caught aboard the Lady K. The shark pictured above is an Atlantic Sharp-nose. They seldom reach more than four feet in length but put up a big fight when they eat a rigged sardine. The Lady K sees many different shark species throughout the year, from Great Hammerhead Sharks during the fall and spring to big Bull sharks, which reach weights in excess of 500 pounds, during the summer months. Black-tip, Caribbean Reef, Nurse and the Atlantic Sharp-nose are our most common shark species caught, almost year round.
Sometimes anglers may also lose their catch to sharks or Great Barracudas during their fishing excursions aboard the Lady K. The Lesser Amberjack pictured above was a victim off such an attack and proves that bigger bait means bigger fish. Do you feel like your losing your head this holiday season? Why not take a break, spend four hours relaxing under the South Florida sun on the Lady K for some fishing fun. Tight lines and good fishing.