A flat ocean beckons beyond the raging surf at the Boynton Inlet during sunrise.
The captains wait for the sets of large swells to come through before plowing forward to the fishing grounds.
This beautifully lit up sailfish was only about 36 inches and ate a sardine as it was being reeled in to the boat, as many species of fish are caught.
The Lady K has had several sailfish releases this weekend like the estimated 75 pound fish pictured above.
King Mackerel and Mahi Mahi continue to bite beyond the rough surf, bringing smiles and great memories to anglers like the couple pictured above.
This young angler had a big fight with a Cow-nosed Ray that hit a guppy rig baited with cut squid.
At 70 feet, the Lady K and her experienced captains can get you out to the fish when many smaller vessels can not during rough ocean conditions. Always feel free to contact our captains at 561-588-7612 to check on up to date weather conditions and if the Lady K will be sailing during very adverse conditions. This week should prove interesting to see what the rough water has stirred up and uncovered so don’t miss the bus, come sail with us today aboard the Lady K.