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Cobia are beginning to show along the southern Palm Beach County reefs and wrecks. These fish can be taken on either a drift rig or a bottom rig like the pictured above. Cobia should start their migration throughout March, April and May.



Mahi Mahi have also been moving through the area like this 14 pounder Hernando caught while flat-lining a sardine during Friday’s morning trip. The spring months should brighten up as this colorful and acrobatic fish move through the area. Mahi Mahi can be caught while anglers fish a flat line (no weight), a knocker rig, or a drift rig. Ask your crew for some tips and pointers on the way out to help increase your chances in hooking one these fabulous gamefish.



Mutton snapper like the one Brandon (above) and Robbie (below) caught during an afternoon trip will also be moving in as they prepare for their spring time spawn. Anglers should try to reel these fish in fast for Bull Sharks will be eagerly awaiting to take any snapper for its own dinner.

DSCF0011Spring time is here so take a break from the everyday and come on out aboard the Lady K!

Mate Joe helps display a nice Wahoo reeled in by a junior angler aboard the Lady K this week. The Wahoo have been hitting sardines up close to the vessel feeding upon sardines fished in a variety of different ways. These fast and toothy game-fish are excellent eating and February is one of the top months to try one’s luck at landing the tiger of the sea.

Cobia like this 23 pound fish continue to move through the area and also offer anglers some of the best in table fare. Cobia are commonly taken by anglers fishing with sardines yet due to their fondness of octopus, bottom rigs fished with cut squid are also produce good results.

Junior VIP angler Max H. caught and released this beautiful juvenile Snowy Grouper while doing a bit of deep-sea fishing aboard the Lady K. Among the host of bottom fish lurking in the deeper waters are Greater Amberjack like the one pictured below. Amberjack or AJ’s, are hard fighting fish that will take a wide assortment of dead and live baits as well as artificial lures.

Take advantage of the mild South Florida winter now, after all Florida is known as the Fishing Capitol of the World and the Lady K is your means to explore the marine habitat which over 250 species of fish call home. Our crews are ready to assist every angler from beginner to advanced and will be working hard to keep you fishing throughout your trip. Don’t you deserve a little get away? Come on out aboard the Lady K.

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