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Bobby looks perplexed…

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 fish for Lee. Now that’s dedication to customer service! Excellent job gentlemen.

Edwin shows off a nice Cobia at the tiki before the fish goes under the knife in preparation for its dinner invitation.

Mark is proof that the more time an angler spends on the water, the better the rewards can be. Mark caught his fish while using a knocker rig baited with a sardine and bouncing it along the bottom. Keep up the good work Mark.

VIP angler Reggie nailed this 40 plus pound Cobia while fishing on one of the Lady K’s evening trips. As the picture below shows, other anglers also enjoyed catching King Mackerel and Cobia. Fishing under the lights, another relaxing way to end the day.

Among the King Mackerel and Cobia are plenty of Bull Sharks with quite a few Hammerhead Shark sightings this week. There have been plenty of big fish getting eaten by these large predators so hang on tight and be prepared for the unexpected. Also anglers visiting for the first time have had many opportunities to witness large sea turtles basking and breeding at the ocean’s surface while in preparation for their nesting season.  See what wonders await you today while fishing aboard the Lady K.

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