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Anglers fishing during the evening trips have been catching anything from Snapper and Bluefish to King Mackerel and Black-fin Tuna like the 40 pound fish pictured above. With the additional sunlight in the late afternoon, anglers can enjoy a cool transition from the warmer afternoon, into the tranquil sunset and cooler evening hours. Children can have a blast fishing for Lane Snapper, Gray Snapper and Grunts fishing a bottom rig while mom or dad enjoy taking on the bigger game while drifting a sardine or goggle-eye. Please note that no alcohol is allowed during the evening trips. Come on out and catch a good time fishing aboard the Lady K tonight, tomorrow or today!

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!

 King Mackerel and Cobia up to 35 pounds have been dominating the bite for anglers fishing during the 6:30 pm to 10:30 pm trips.

 With too many fish to hold, VIP angler Rojas stands next to his 36 pound King Mackerel and 20 pound Cobia while holding a couple of nice flag Yellow-tail Snapper he caught during a Thursday night fishing trip.

 The same trip shows a board with more fish than nails to put them on. Mutton Snapper, Yellow-tail Snapper, Mangrove Snapper, King Mackerel and Cobia have been feeding at all depths during the evening hours.

 Keep cool this coming summer by fishing either the afternoon or evening trips. The afternoon sea breezes will keep anglers cool while fishing on the shady side boat and protected from the sun. No matter what trip you chose to fish, the month of May has been producing pole bending action from Black-fin Tuna to Yellow-tail Snapper and everything in between. Tight lines and good fishin’.

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