Black-fin Tuna continue to surprize anglers while the Lady K drifts over drop-offs and along color changes. Most fish are averaging 25 to 35 pounds and have been hitting triple hooked sardines fished from the middle of the water column to the bottom. These hard fighting fish are excellent eating on the grill or prepared as sushi.
Kingfish catches continue for many anglers aboard the Lady K with most fish averaging five to ten pounds, the perfect size for grilling or frying. The kingfish have been feeding throughout the water column hitting sardines and jigs tipped with sardines.
One of our newest mates, Derrick, hangs some large Cobia on the board for anglers to take photos with their catch. The cobia are still being caught aboard the Lady K as the spawning fish continue their northward migration for the summer. Smaller fish can be expected, such as the one pictured below, as the summer season progresses.
Anglers can look forward to increasing catches of Yellow-tail, Mangrove and Mutton snapper in the coming months. During the next few months, visitors can expect to see many species of female sea turtles basking at the surface during the day over the reefs as they prepare to lay their eggs during the evening hours. Come on out and hook into a good time fishing aboard the Lady K!