A Day of Diversity

 October 8th was a beautiful day to be on the water fishing aboard the Lady K. Anglers fishing during the 8 am to 12 pm morning trip were greeted by light winds and two to three foot seas as Captain Allen motored the Lady K to the fishing grounds:

 Ken Buzzi of Boynton Beach, Florida (L), Ken Hahn of Swampscott, Mass. (C) and Allan Sitnick of Boynton Beach, Florida, each caught a nice dolphin while fishing triple hooked sardines. The dolphin or mahi mahi, each weighed in around 10 pounds, putting on a show for everyone while showing off their colors and acrobatics.

 Pictured above is Chris Roberts of Fredrickberg, Va. with his 13 pound kingfish (L) and Tom Tamborini of Swampscott, Mass. with a nice trophy sized 20 pound Great Barracuda (R). Both of these fish were caught during the morning trip on the boat’s rods while using triple hooked sardines. There were plenty of kingfish along with snapper, small grouper and other reef fish taken during the trip.

 The fair weather maintained throughout the afternoon for anglers fishing our afternoon trip from 1 pm to 5 pm. There were plenty of yellow-tail and mutton snapper caught along with some nice kingfish like those pictured below:

Here Matt (L), Sheri and Kris (R) all of Royal Palm Beach, Florida, show off their catch on the way back to the dock. Great work folks and we hope to see you again soon!!

There are over 250 different species of fish off our coast and the Lady K is your gateway to the diverse waters and marine habitat outside the Boynton inlet. Come on out, soak a line, relax and let our crews help you to hook into a good time. See you at the dock!

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