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VIP anglers Gerry (l) and Steve (r) display their catches of a Great Barracuda and Gag Grouper caught aboard the Lady K during a choppy morning trip. Gerry had a few grouper also but sharks managed to make a snack of the fish before they could be brought up to the gaff. Excellent job gentlemen!

Robbie displays a nice 20 pound Cobia that was caught during a rough afternoon trip aboard the Lady K. There have been plenty of small Cobia being caught along the reefs and wrecks in the area as well as fish up to 60 pounds being taken. Mahi Mahi continue to hit during the steady easterly winds along with King Mackerel, Snapper and other reef fish.

Plan your trip today aboard the Lady K. No reservations are required, just show up at the dock about a half hour prior to the sailing time of the trip you would like to go on. We supply everything you need for fun and enjoyable time on the Atlantic Ocean. Also, don’t forget we have gift cards available at the ticket office, perfect for the holiday or any time of the year. Fine Florida fishing with a smile and customer service in mind.

 

 This couple fished the Lady K during a recent night trip and caught a beautiful pair of King Mackerel weighing up to 17 pounds. Oh, by the way, her fish was bigger than his!

 King Mackerel have also been hitting fairly well during the morning trips as this experienced angler demonstrates. With the clear waters of summer, try using heavy fluorocarbon or mono leaders instead of wire.

 Junior angler Austin can sometimes be seen helping out along the rail and is proud to pose with his 26 pound King Mackerel caught during an evening trip.  Although the King Mackerel aren’t running as thick as they do during the spring, these summer time spawning fish are being caught on dead sardines by anglers fishing throughout the water column.  Our experienced crews are waiting to give you quick and easy instructions to bring out the angler in you and make it a great day on the Lady K.

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Morning Trip 8am to 12pm
Afternoon Trip 1pm to 5pm
Night Trip 630pm to 1030pm

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Kona Bay Cafe

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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