This week the fishing has really picked for anglers braving choppy conditions both before and after the passing cold front.  The northwest winds pushed down huge schools of Spanish Mackerel and Bluefish, Then as the winds turned more north and east, schools of Mahi Mahi in the 5 to 15 pound started showing up along with some Gag Grouper and King Mackerel.

Junior angler Dylan gets a helping hand at the display board with Mahi Mahi caught by him and other anglers  during an afternoon trip this past weekend. The fish were caught by anglers free-lining or using either a one ounce knocker or sliding rig and a sardine for bait. Excellent job Dylan, keep up the great work!!!

Clear conditions and moderate seas led these lucky anglers to some fantastic Mahi Mahi fishing and a nice Gag Grouper during the Veteran”s Day holiday.

Chilly and choppy conditions brought this group of anglers some nice Mahi Mahi, King Mackerel and even an Atlantic Sharpnose Shark back to the dock. The cleaning table has been very busy preparing fillets for the grill or frying pan.

 The birthday girl caught this beautiful bull Mahi Mahi on a light spinning tackle. Is it me or does that fish match her shirt? Great job and Happy Birthday, the crew hopes all your wishes come true throughout the year!

 This angler visiting from New Jersey received some excellent tips and instructions which assisted him in boating his first Mahi Mahi.

 Big Mahi Mahi like this 17 pound cow caught during Monday’s afternoon trip can be found mingling with the smaller schooling sized fish. This is a wonderful fish to fight as they flash their colors alongside the boat and perform spectacular aerial displays. Don’t let the big one get away, plan a four hour offshore adventure day aboard the Lady K!