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 A first time catch to be proud of, a 34 pound Black-fin Tuna caught by one of the Lady K’s lady anglers during a recent afternoon trip. The month of May generally produces good numbers of Black-fin Tuna ranging from 25 to 40 pounds during both the afternoon and evening trips.

 Cobia continue to take baits for anglers fishing for Snapper or King Mackerel. Cobia will average 20 to 40 pounds throughout May but can grow to over 100 pounds, making it important to allow these large fish to run off line when they want to.

 Be part of the big fish bonanza aboard the Lady K. All three of our daily trips are producing quality fish keeping our crews busy both at the rail and at the cleaning table. Tight lines and good angling.

     Vermillion Snapper season re-opened April 1st and when the conditions are just right many anglers who are fishing on the bottom can catch their limit of these tasty fish in no time. The bag limit for Vermillion (also known as Red-eyes) is 5 fish per person per day and a size limit of 12 inches total length.

 Bottom fishing is still producing good numbers of Porgies, Grunts and Snapper such as the Yellow-tail Snapper shown above (center) in a heavily mixed basket. Night fishing has been producing Lane and Mangrove Snapper for many anglers wishing to beat the heat of the day-time trips.

 On their way to fishing many of Florida’s great fishing destinations, this couple fished aboard the Lady K during a recent morning trip and brought back a nice King Mackerel. One of the highlights of their trip was the 12 foot Hammerhead Shark that swam by the boat along with many sea turtle sightings.

  Sunday brought a sailfish release on the morning trip and three more hook-ups during the afternoon trip this past weekend giving everyone onboard a fantastic show of tail-walks, back-flips and greyhounding runs. Come on out to enjoy a short four-hour offshore excursion fishing under the Florida sun aboard the Lady K. Drop ’em down and catch ’em up.

 While searching for King Mackerel and Snapper, the captains of the Lady K have been finding nice Cobia, a big surprise for some lucky anglers. The Cobia will often travel in pairs or small pods of a dozen fish or so. Having a bait close to the boat and jigged around a little could be just enough to entice a following fish to eat. Cold-weather Cobia always receive warm-hearted hugs back at the dock like the 45 pound fish pictured above.

 In addition to the passing of the cold fronts, the Lady K has been releasing quite a few Atlantic Sailfish this week. Fish up to seven feet long have been hitting sardines free-lined for King Mackerel by anglers fishing medium-heavy spinning tackle in the 15 to 25 pound line classes. Bottom fishing has been producing good numbers of Porgies, Gray Triggerfish and other reef fish while knocker rigs continue to jig up King Mackerel of  various weight classes.

 Come on out and cast a line for a chance to hook that catch of a lifetime. Our experienced crews will serve all your angling needs, from tying on rigs and baiting hooks to fishing tips and techniques. The low-cost of your four-hour excursion includes every you need for an enjoyable angling experience, just bring your favorite beverage and some snacks or grab a Fisherman Special to go from the Kona Bay Cafe located right at the dock. Have a great day fishing aboard the Lady K.

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Kona Bay Cafe is located within the marina and you may even have your catch cooked for you! An excellent choice for breakfast and lunch within seconds from the Lady K! Open 7:00am to 3:00pm

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