August 3, 2012
The Lady Pamela III has been busy with a few different charters. We've had a few drift fishing charters that have been producing good catches of kingfish, bonito, and a few blackfin tunas. On the night driftfishing trips, where we anchor the boat in from 50-80 feet of water, the fishing has been pretty exciting. We have been catching lots of mangrove snappers, mutton snapper, and a few yellowtails.
On one of the Lady Pamela sportfishing boats we caught a nice sailfish, over six feet long. All the boats in our fleet have been landing king mackerel, nice wahoo, and a few blackfin tuna on the troll.
The Lady Pamela IV spent a little time today doing some big game shark fishing and we got two good hookups. One was a hammerhead shark about 3 feet long and 60 lbs, while the other was a reef shark about 5 1/2 feet long and 100 lbs. It certainly was a good day on the water for all our anglers!
July 31, 2012
Today's afternoon charter was a six hour mahi-mahi trip run by Captain Leo and mate Jake. Arnie, visiting from Canada, just wanted to catch some dinner, and the crew did just that...and them some! They started the trip out by trolling in between 100-300 feet of water. The kingfish and bonito were swarming like bees and our anglers were catching fish as fast as the lines got in the water. The action was nonstop, but getting monotonous for Leo. He had a notion that there was more dramatic action in deeper water so they picked up and ran offshore. Once they got to 700 feet of water they saw something floating, something they will never forget.
Leo motored over to the floating object thinking it might be holding some mahi-mahi underneath it. The object turned out to be none other than a "square grouper" floating offshore! For the uninitiated, that's a big square bale of marijuana that Leo dutifully reported to the local authorities. The Lady Pamela crew was obligated to stand by until law enforcement came and picked up the bale, so the fishing was held up for about an hour. Leo was ultimately rewarded for his honest efforts though, as he came upon a huge tree floating in the water that was loaded with fish. The crew boated over 50 mahi-mahi and six wahoo off that tree, keeping only the largest 25 mahi and the wahoos. It was one hell of a day for Arnie and his two kids!
Our fleet of fine sportfishing vessels has expenaded. We currently have the following boats running out of beautiful Fort Lauderdale, Florida, catering to all of your fishing needs:
Lady Pamela V
Lady Pamela 2
Feel free to contact us with any questions regarding the fishing excursions we offer.
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Captain David directly
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