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  This 8 1/2 pound monster sized Porgy ate a whole sardine. The catch by one of the Lady K’s junior anglers took everyone by surprise after a partly cloudy morning trip but proved to make an excellent meal that night.

 Although not very common during the late summer months, this 18 pound Bull Dolphin (Mahi Mahi) was taken on a spinning outfit while free-lining a dead sardine. Another fine catch by VIP angler Lee!  The Lady K’s VIP program offers anglers the opportunity to fish many days per month at a discounted rate while pursuing game-fish such as these.

 After a second day of fishing this 46 pound Cobia was caught by Nya’s  mom Katrina, who had reservations about getting close to the beast for a photo, so a proud daughter stands in. The fish was caught on a 20 pound spinning outfit while using a dead sardine on a one ounce knocker rig. Excellent job ladies!!

 On some of the deeper drifts, the Lady K has seen quite a few large Almaco Jacks like the 26 pound fish caught by Jeff pictured above. These fish hit hard and fight even harder, taxing both the angler and their tackle. These large jacks and their cousins the Greater Amberjack have been hitting dead sardines as well as vertical or butterfly jigs fished by more advanced anglers.

The new school year is fast approaching so plan a half day of good ole fashioned quality time fishing aboard the Lady K and give the kids something exciting to talk about this summer. We’re looking forward to more wonderful catches aboard the Lady K and everyone is invited, just come as you are.

 

 Sharks are commonly seen aboard the Lady K all through the year. During this time of the year Bull Sharks can be a common sight as they follow hooked fish up to the boat, sometimes eating an anglers fish, leaving just the head. Nurse sharks like the one pictured in the series of photos below are seldom seen by anglers fishing on the Lady K and are caught only a handful of times within a year.

 A side view of a 10 foot Atlantic Nurse Shark estimated at 200 pounds caught on a boat rod. It took 15 minutes to crank the buck-skin colored fish up from the bottom.

 The beautiful turquoise water almost makes the fish glow in a golden hue as it turns to make another run for the bottom.

 The final shot before the leader was cut at the hooks. Large sharks are never brought aboard the Lady K due to the dangerous nature of the animals, instead they are fought up to the boat for photographs and a chance for the crew to educate anglers on the importance of conservation for all shark species. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to witness possible sightings of other marine life such as Sea Turtles, Porpoise, Sea Birds or maybe a rare whale sighting. Plan you trip today and live it up the Florida way fishing aboard the Lady K!

 A rack full of King Mackerel up to 28 pounds and the boat’s limit of six Cobia up to 35 pounds kept everyone very busy along the rail during one of the morning trips this past week. The fish were hitting baits at all depths and everyone onboard caught fish.

 V.I.P. angler Norman shows off his first ever Cobia brought aboard the Lady K. Great job Norman!

 Often mistaken for a shark, the Cobia is one of the best eating fish caught aboard the Lady K and the months of April, May and June bring large pods of the fish along the South Florida coast as they migrate north following Bull Sharks or King Mackerel schools for scraps of food.

 Large King Mackerel like this 30 pound “smoker” make blistering runs and can engage an angler for a 15 minute battle. Reggie fought this fish up and down the rail a few times before the fish could be brought within gaffing range while Stacy gives a big thumbs up on a job well done. The Lady K is your gateway to fabulous fishing this May. Come on out for a four-hour trip or make a day of it and thank you for your patronage.

 Bobby Froyen of Lake Worth, Florida caught this beautiful 12 pound Red Grouper while fishing aboard the Lady K this past Friday. Mr. Froyen was fishing the bottom with a sardine attached to a 5/0 circle hook and using 40 pound test leader. The fish was taken from 200 feet of water where the Lady K was positioned by Captain Allan so anglers could enjoy bottom fishing for vermillion snapper. Great catch Bobby!

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 Red Grouper between the ages of 1 to 6 years old typically occupy the nearshore reefs while the juveniles join fish over 6 years of age offshore over hard bottom. They are common to 15 pounds and the Florida state record is 39 pounds 8 ounces. Red Grouper prefer a water temperature between 66 and 77 degrees F. They feed on squid, fish and crustaceans such as crabs, shrimp and lobster. Red grouper must be 20″ to keep and start off life as females, changing sex as they mature. An excellent food fish sporting firm white meat with a very mild flavor.

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