Andy (r) and team bobber took this nice cow Mahi Mahi during a morning trip aboard the Lady K. April and May are the typical months for the larger Mahi to start showing up.
Jarrod (c) caught first wahoo while fishing aboard the Lady K on April’s Fools day. He also managed to bring home a few nice Vermilion Snapper, Red Porgies and Gray Triggerfish while fishing the deep water. Other anglers also caught Yellow-eye Snapper and released some large Red Grouper.
Cobia continue to surprise anglers as the Lady K drifts over the local wrecks and large Bull Sharks. These fish will eat baits fished anywhere in the water column. Although most fish are caught by anglers fishing at or near the bottom, they will occasionally ambush a bait from under boat while its descending.
Captain James has been bringing out the big guns and letting the kids fight Bull Sharks up to the boat where visitors can take a few photos before the fish are safely released to fight another day. Nice work Captain JJ!
Night fishing has been a family affair. VIP angler Mark brought the kids out for some fun fishing quality time. The family caught Mangrove Snapper, Lane Snapper, Porgies and Triggerfish while drift fishing and using bottom rigs.
The Lady K sails three times daily and no reservations are needed. Florida is the fishing capital of the world which makes it the perfect place to explore with family and friends alike.BarJack Fishing and the Lady K drift fishing vessel is located in historic downtown Lantana on the west side of the Lantana Bridge (currently closed for construction which makes it easy to find ample parking) right behind the Kona Bay Cafe and Sushi Bon restaurant. Anglers coming from South Palm Beach or Manalapan should take the detour through Lake Worth (over the Lake Worth Bridge) and travel south on Dixie Highway to Ocean Ave. and into downtown Lantana. Thank you for visiting and fishing aboard the Lady K.