A few cobia are migrating down lately. The seas have laid down after the storms last week and a cool breeze is forecasted by Friday. This is a great opportunity to get a day out on the Lady K with Captian Bruce, Captain Frank, and the crew!
Kylie and her family are having fun catching Porgies and other reef fish.
Mr Lee with a 29″ Big Tuna caught this morning.
Cobia, banded rudders, strawberry groupers, mutton, yellowtail, lane, mangrove snappers
Captain Bruce displays an unusual catch of an adult French Angelfish. The fish was safely released and is one of over 100 species of tropical ornamental reef fish that inhabit the Lady K’s fishing grounds. Plan a trip today and see what mystic wonders may come up on your line.
Cold weather and few fisherman this Wednesday were responsible for a solid catch of dolphin, snapper and mackerel.
VIP angler Lee (l) stands next to his Cobia with Captain JJ (r). This Cobia tried to elude capture by winding the line around the rudder and propeller of the Lady K. Captain JJ reacted quickly and dove into the water, unwrapped the line from the obstructions, then climbed back on-board the Lady K and gaffed the …