Choppy conditions brought some nice King Mackerel and Mahi Mahi action to these lucky anglers who fished aboard the Lady K. The fish were caught just after a cool front passed through the area. The king mackerel were caught by anglers dropping their lines to the bottom while the mahi mahi took baits fished close to the boat or while being reeled in.
VIP anglers Lee (l) and Mark (r) display their Mahi Mahi caught during a breezy afternoon trip. Lee’s fish ate a sardine while drifting and Mark hooked his after seeing the fish swim up to the boat. A carefully placed bait can have a big reward for anglers who scan the water while drifting aboard the Lady K.
This 25 pound bull Mahi hit a drifted sardine during a mild winter afternoon. John left his rod in the rod holder and let the rocking motion of the boat jig his bait, leading to this beautiful fish. Anglers are also catching King Mackerel, Snapper, Grouper, False Albacore, Lesser Amberjacks, Gray Triggerfish and other species of reef fish. During this time of the year there are many mornings where visitors have an opportunity to see manatees as the Lady K makes her way to the Boynton Inlet and the fishing grounds.
BarJack Fishing still has gift cards and t-shirts available, a perfect gift for the angler(s) in your family this holiday season or any special occasion. Hook into a good time today fishing aboard the Lady K!