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  These two lucky anglers will be heating up the grill for fresh Mahi Mahi and Cobia caught during a terrific morning trip aboard the Lady K. Summertime Mahi Mahi have been showing up with a lot of short fish, called “peanuts”, milling around the boat during some of the morning and afternoon trips. With so many small fish around there should be a good Mahi Mahi fishery in the fall as these fast growing fish develop through the summer.  Keeper sized fish like the ones pictured above can be found around large weed patches or other floating debris so keep a sharp eye out and be ready to crank your bait close to the boat when they show up. A few Cobia are still being taken over the reefs, wrecks and sharks along with plenty of Yellow-tail and Mutton Snapper.

As the summer heat cranks up, be sure to bring plenty of sunblock, a hat and drinks if your planning a morning trip. The afternoon trips have been cooling down with the late afternoon thunder storms building up inland and have been the best trips for those in search of Mutton Snapper.  We supply everything you need in order to catch fish and our experienced crews are ready to help by providing instructions, tips and techniques, as well as cleaning your catch back at the dock. Your offshore adventure begins here – at BarJack Fishing!

 Anglers admire their catch of Gray Triggerfish, Porgies, Almaco Jacks and False Albacore after a beautiful morning trip fishing aboard the Lady K. Anglers used both bottom rigs and triple hook drift rigs to catch the Triggerfish and a few large Jolthead Porgies. Anglers also had the chance to witness a nine foot Hammerhead Shark as it gracefully swam by the boat and a small pod of porpoise who playfully jumped around the bow of the boat during the ride back to the dock.

 Monster-sized Gray Triggerfish such as this eight pound specimen have been taken by anglers using baits such as ballyhoo while drifting over area reefs. Triggerfish are also excellent table fare and may be cooked in many different ways or served as ceviche. Don’t worry about having to fillet these leather skinned fish – our captains and mates will be happy to prepare your catch for the kitchen at the end of your trip. Don’t forget that Spring Break is just around the corner and that BarJack Fishing has Gift Certificates available for that special angling student of yours. What a great way to show that with hard work, comes great reward.

 

 The 2011 fishing season has started with plenty of Sailfish releases, good bottom fish action and when conditions are right anglers have been landing King Mackerel along with schoolie sized Mahi Mahi.

 VIP angler Norman does battle with an Atlantic Sailfish while our mate Rich does a little coaching during a beautiful January morning………………….

 Sailfish put on a great acrobatic show when hooked and cameras should always be ready when the words “Sail On” are heard aboard the Lady K…

  These young anglers had a great time building memories as they caught large Gray Triggerfish and Porgies to bring home for dinner while bottom fishing……………………..

 It’s back-breaking work when battling a Greater Amberjack while fishing around one of the many local artificial reefs – then you have to hoist it up for a photo too……………..

 The breezy days have allowed some anglers the chance to jig up some King Mackerel. While most of the Kings are averaging around five to seven pounds, fish to 20 plus pounds are also being taken in the mix…………………

 VIP angler John waited until the last-minute of the last drift to hook and land his large King Mackerel during a recent afternoon trip……………

 Get hooked on a great time aboard the Lady K. Our experienced crews will help you every step of the way during your offshore adventure. BarJack Fishing supplies every thing you need for fishing – fishing license, bait, tackle, rods and reels. Anglers are always welcome to bring their own equipment. The only items you need to bring are drinks, snacks, a camera, friends, family and yourself. Anglers fishing aboard the Lady K can also receive a discounted lunch to bring on the boat from the Kona Bay Cafe by ordering through the tackle shop located right at the dock. So don’t delay and plan a fishing trip today!

 Some of the students from Crestwood Middle school display their catches of Mutton snapper, Kingfish, Gray Triggerfish, Porgy and a Pomfret which were taken while fishing triple hooked sardines during a chilly December morning field trip. Some students also caught and released Atlantic Sharpnose Sharks up to three feet long while also having a chance to witness a free-swimming Sailfish as it cruised past the bow during their offshore excursion.

 The Pomfret is a very unusual catch aboard the Lady K. The fish can be caught during the months of December and January by anglers using sardines or small jigs tipped with squid. The Pomfret has bright silvery sides when first taken from the water and are good table fare.

  It may be cool out but the hot Mahi Mahi bites have been keeping anglers warm aboard the Lady K since the weekend and the beginning of the week.

 Fish have ranged from six pounds upwards of the mid-twenties with all the fish hitting sardines fished off knocker rigs and flat lines. Our crews can rig you up should you wish to bring your own rods…………………………

   Or you can fish with one of our boat rods like this family did. First time fishermen and both boys caught Dorado weighing in around 15 pounds. They did a fine job brining the fish to the gaff and the supper table. Great job fellas and wonderful memories for the proud dad looking on……………………………

 Oh what a beautiful morning………………………………………………………………………..

 Bull dorado in the 20 plus pound range have been taken by anglers fishing lighter lines on spinning outfits…………………………………..

  The captain’s eye view of a hooked Mahi Mahi being reeled up to the boat – where’s the followers?……………………………………….

  Nice Mutton Snapper have been hitting during the afternoon trips along with King Mackerel, a few sailfish releases and various small shark species………………………….

  Overcast choppy conditions proved to be the right mixture for this young angler……………………………………………………….

  Adding another bull to the box. Come get your game on at Barjack Fishing while fishing aboard the Lady K. Our crews will take care of all your sportfishing needs while you just reel’em in. Plan a trip today and enjoy Florida the old-fashioned way – fishing with family and friends.

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