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Fishing on the evening trips have been productive for some anglers. The 17 pound Cubera Snapper pictured above inhaled a ballyhoo fished along the bottom while the King Mackerel pictured below choose a drifted sardine fished in the middle of the water column.


The afternoon trips have seen anglers taking some nice Cobia up to 48 pounds along with a mix of King Mackerel, Triggerfish, Snapper and the occasional Mahi Mahi.


Junior anglers have been having fun catching large fish like the Little Tunny pictured below. Children fishing with bottom rigs have been catching a wide variety of tropical reef fish, triggerfish, jacks, grunts, snapper, grouper and “hotdog” fish.



Don’t miss the boat! The weather has been perfect with light winds and calm conditions in the mornings. The afternoon seabreeze is very cool and for anglers who don’t want to much sun, try an evening trip where you and your family or friends can watch a magnificent sunrise. Now open – Bar Jack Fish Tales Marina Store – located right at the dock – Snacks, Drinks, Clothing, Sunscreen, Bait, Ice and Tackle all accessible for anglers before and after fishing aboard the Lady K.

Bobby S. caught the very first Lionfish aboard the Lady K. The non-native, venomous and invasive fish has been over populating the local reefs since their unknown inception in the late 1980’s. The fish above ate a small sardine spooled along the bottom for snapper. They are reported to be excellent eating and according to Bobby “the flesh is very similar to eating Hog Snapper”.

Lady angler Shir-Lee loves fishing bottom rigs at night and has always heard the Lady K crews tell stories of big Cobia being caught by her favorite method of fishing. During a recent night fishing trip, Shir-Lee caught her first Cobia while using a bottom rig baited with cut squid. The fish weighed in at 33 pounds back at the dock. Another angler first and dream come true aboard the Lady K. Excellent catch Shir-Lee!


Oh what a night….. Anglers Rob (l), Paul (r) and Mark (c) display some of the nice snapper brought aboard the Lady K during a night trip. The fish really fired up right after a heavy downpour with a spectacular light show. Mangrove snapper to six pounds, Mutton snapper to four pounds and some very nice Lane snapper kept anglers busy throughout the trip along with various other bottom fish. Rain or shine proves to be fishing time aboard the Lady K.

  VIP angler Lee does it again with a great 13 pound Mutton snapper catch while free lining a sardine off the Lady K during a morning trip, proof that putting in your time can bring wonderful rewards! Other fish during the morning included a 30 pound Cobia, King Mackerel, Bonito and Yellow-tail snapper along with some medium-sized Almaco Jacks and a small Sailfish release. If the fish are hungry, they will come aboard the Lady K.

 The afternoon trips have been producing good catches of Yellow-tail Snapper being caught on cut bait and by anglers using jigs tipped with squid. Barracuda have been heavy around the reefs and some anglers have been catching a few on sardine rigs while others have been finding only snapper heads on the end of their hooks. Hey, barracuda like snapper for lunch too! Bonito and a few Cero Mackerel have also been in the mix of snapper catches along with plenty of other bottom fish such as Grunts, Porgies and Jacks.

 Don’t miss out on some of the fabulous fall fishing that is just getting ready to start along the Southern Palm Beach county coast. The Lady K sails three times daily to try to meet the needs of every angler’s schedule. We supply everything you need for a relaxing day on the water, just bring some snacks and your own drink preference (ice water is provided), our experienced crews will take care of everything else for you. Please don’t forget that your crews do work on a gratuity basis and strive very hard to make customer service and satisfaction number one. Thank you for choosing BarJack Fishing and the Lady K as your vessel of choice for offshore, deep-sea fishing in Palm Beach County, both residents and visitors alike.

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