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The end of October brought in some nice catches like this afternoon trip where anglers bagged Mutton Snapper, King Mackerel, Almaco Jacks, Cobia and other bottom fish. Fall fishing brings many different species of migrating fish through the home waters of the Lady K.
The first week of November brought in some really nice catches of Yellow-tail Snapper with more Mutton Snapper and Banded Rudderfish in the mix. The large Gray Triggerfish have also been showing up with some fish weighing up to seven pounds. There have also been some nice Porgies caught by anglers using bottom rigs baited with squid.
Mahi Mahi were being caught on Friday by anglers braving the choppy sea conditions, the perfect time for the migrating pelagic fish whose location is most often given away by the flocking sea birds. In addition to the Mahi Mahi catches, there have been some releases of Sailfish by some anglers while others continue to catch Cobia, Snapper, Triggerfish and other bottom fish.
This Skipjack Tuna started off the fall with the addition of BarJack Fishing’s big fish ticket. Just catch the biggest fish (sharks, remora and bonito excluded) and you win. So plan a trip offshore fishing the cobalt blue waters off the south Atlantic with your family or friends. We provide everything required for your four hour fishing excursion but anglers are always welcome to bring their own equipment. Plan your trip today aboard the Lady K!
Lady K mate, Chessy, works hard along the rail and is caught in the act of helping a customer bring his nice Mutton Snapper catch aboard where the fish will be iced down then prepared for the table back at the dock.
Lady K junior anglers Allie and Erin fished with their mom during an afternoon trip and showed all the guys how to catch fish. Here they display a wonderful catch of Yellow-tail Snapper, King Mackerel and a Black-fin Tuna. Excellent job ladies. Keep up the good work!
Some bigger Mahi Mahi have been showing up in the Lady K’s home waters. Jimmy displays a beautiful cow caught during an afternoon trip which ate a free-lined sardine. Most of the average Mahi are around five to six pounds but look for the larger fish in the 20 to 30 pound to be just outside or under the schools of smaller fish.
Cobia are still moving through the area and are being caught by anglers fishing near the bottom for snapper as well as near the surface by those trying their luck for Mahi Mahi and King Mackerel. The big fish are an excellent surprise for anglers looking to take home excellent table fare.
Mixed catches of fish should continue throughout May as fish continue to migrate through the area. Look for continued sightings of sharks, sea turtles and porpoise during your offshore experience aboard the Lady K. Be sure to bring plenty of sunblock for the family as we near the summer months or check out one of our 6:30pm to 10:30pm night trips for a cooler alternative. Thank you for visiting and fishing Florida, the fishing capitol of the world.
While searching for King Mackerel and Snapper, the captains of the Lady K have been finding nice Cobia, a big surprise for some lucky anglers. The Cobia will often travel in pairs or small pods of a dozen fish or so. Having a bait close to the boat and jigged around a little could be just enough to entice a following fish to eat. Cold-weather Cobia always receive warm-hearted hugs back at the dock like the 45 pound fish pictured above.
In addition to the passing of the cold fronts, the Lady K has been releasing quite a few Atlantic Sailfish this week. Fish up to seven feet long have been hitting sardines free-lined for King Mackerel by anglers fishing medium-heavy spinning tackle in the 15 to 25 pound line classes. Bottom fishing has been producing good numbers of Porgies, Gray Triggerfish and other reef fish while knocker rigs continue to jig up King Mackerel of various weight classes.
Come on out and cast a line for a chance to hook that catch of a lifetime. Our experienced crews will serve all your angling needs, from tying on rigs and baiting hooks to fishing tips and techniques. The low-cost of your four-hour excursion includes every you need for an enjoyable angling experience, just bring your favorite beverage and some snacks or grab a Fisherman Special to go from the Kona Bay Cafe located right at the dock. Have a great day fishing aboard the Lady K.