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Mahi Mahi have been scattered this week and although commonly caught during the day-time trips, this junior angler proved Mahi will also bite at night. The fish ate a drifted sardine at 9:30 pm under the light of a full moon while other anglers fished for Cobia, Snapper and Bluefish. The best chances for anglers to catch Mahi during this time of year is during periods of choppy water during or after easterly winds help to blow in debris and weed-lines.

King Mackerel are still being caught throughout the Lady K’s home waters despite the weather conditions. Fish up to 30 pounds have been boated along with many releases of smaller fish. Anglers are also seeing a few Hammerhead and Bull Sharks as the large predators chase their mackerel up to the boat. Below the schools of mackerel many anglers are also catching Yellow-tail snapper, Gray Triggerfish and Jacks. The Lady K has also had a few Sailfish releases this past week by anglers who have been slowly reeling in their baits.

VIP angler Mark R. caught this nice Cobia while fishing during a choppy afternoon trip aboard the Lady K. The Lady K has been boating quite a few of these tasty game-fish the past week although the sharks seem to enjoy the same flavor as our anglers. Spring is a good time to start targeting Cobia along southern Palm Beach County and the fish may be caught during any three of our daily trips.

 

Shirlee shows off her limit of Snapper and some Banded Rudderfish after a fun night trip aboard the Lady K. She also released three Gag Grouper and a three-pound Black Sea Bass as well as plenty of smaller Jacks throughout the trip. Night fishing has been producing good catches of Bluefish, Mangrove Snapper, Lane Snapper, Gray Triggerfish, Banded Rudderfish, an occasional King Mackerel along with plenty of Grouper and Black Sea Bass releases.

Spring break is just around the corner so plan on doing something a little different this year and take a relaxing four hour excursion offshore aboard the Lady K. Our experienced crews are waiting to help you with some of the best customer service in the business. Don’t know how to fish? No problem! We will teach you how to use the rods and reels and become a successful angler. You don’t have to be an angler to enjoy a relaxing half day on the water. Non anglers are more than welcome to enjoy the beauty and excitement of being offshore.  So plan your trip today aboard the Lady K and welcome to paradise.

 

 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.

 

 A flat ocean beckons beyond the raging surf at the Boynton Inlet during sunrise.

The captains wait for the sets of large swells to come through before plowing forward to the fishing grounds.

 This beautifully lit up sailfish was only about 36 inches and ate a sardine as it was being reeled in to the boat, as many species of fish are caught.

The Lady K has had several sailfish releases this weekend like the estimated 75 pound fish pictured above.

 King Mackerel and Mahi Mahi continue to bite beyond the rough surf, bringing smiles and great memories to anglers like the couple pictured above.

 This young angler had a big fight with a Cow-nosed Ray that hit a guppy rig baited with cut squid.

 At 70 feet, the Lady K and her experienced captains can get you out to the fish when many smaller vessels can not during rough ocean conditions. Always feel free to contact our captains at  561-588-7612   to check on up to date weather conditions and if the Lady K will be sailing during very adverse conditions. This week should prove interesting to see what the rough water has stirred up and uncovered so don’t miss the bus, come sail with us today aboard the Lady K.


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