Archive for September, 2009

Great Wahoo Catch while Sport Fishing in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

September 30, 2009

Quote Thanks for a great wahoo catch. Enjoy some good meals, I know we will. Please email the photos so I can have a new screen saver on my laptop. Now I need to work on my fishing buddies for a swordfish trip. Ed F.

September Wahoo Bite, Fort Lauderdale Fishing at it's BEST!

September 29, 2009

September Wahoo’s This afternoon we headed out Port Everglades in search of some table fare. Captain Paul ran the Lady Pamela II to 500 ft of blue water and found a pallet floating with tons of action underneath. Bait went in the water and we ended up with some nice Wahoo and Mahi in the […]

Fishing in Ft Lauderdale, Blackfin Tuna on the troll in 300 ft of water

September 20, 2009

Rivan, a Miami resident, enjoys fishing in the Florida Keys when he charters a boat. Today he decided to stay in town and see what the Lady Pamela II fleet had to offer. The first hour of trolling in 100 – 200 ft of water was extremely slow. We relocated to 300 – 400 ft […]

Mahi – Mahi Mania! Deep Sea Fishing Charters in Fort Lauderdale

September 19, 2009

This afternoon, Rick brought all of his suppliers from Michigan Deep Sea Fishing to show them a good time while visiting Fort Lauderdale, Florida. As soon as we cleared Port Everglades and hit open water we started trolling to the north. I noticed a beautiful blue edge in about 200 ft of water with a […]

Fort Lauderdale Swordfishing, Life on the Lady Pamela II

September 19, 2009

Although September is the slowest month of the year in Fort Lauderdale, it hasn’t stopped the Lady Pamela II fleet from fishing day in and day out. Our crew has been Nighttime Swordfishing the past couple of weeks and we’ve had great success offshore. On September 15th, we left the dock around 6:00 PM is […]

25lb Wahoo – Deep Sea Fishing Ft Lauderdale, Florida

September 19, 2009

Today, Shanelle and her family from Virginia came deep sea fishing aboard the Lady Pamela II fleet. We had a full six hour adventure ahead of us and live bait was a must. We made a pit stop at the local buoy for live bluerunners just in case the Mahi showed up offshore. Live bait […]

Fort Lauderdale Fishing Report – September 2009

September 17, 2009

Deep Sea Fishing Update Deep Sea fishing has been phenomenal in South Florida this month. Loads of Kingfish and Bonito make it easy for everyone to catch a fish and even go in for seconds. The average size Kingfish is anywhere from 5-10 lbs and the Lady Pamela II has landed some monsters that tipped […]

Bahamas Bite Report – Yellow Eye Snapper

September 14, 2009

Labor Day Yellow Eye’s in the Bahamas Minus the rain, weather was perfect to head over to the Bahamas for a weekend getaway with friends and family for our annual Labor Day fishing trip in Bimini. Seas were flatter than a pancake and I was looking forward to fresh Yellow Eye. As Bimini is basically […]

Giant Barracuda in Fort Lauderdale made Michael's dream come true!

September 11, 2009

Quote Thanks again for a great time. You made made Michael’s dream come true. Betty

Swords on the Line aboard the Lady Pamela II, Fishing in Ft Lauderdale, Florida

September 11, 2009

The Lady Pamela II crew headed out for an all day Swordfish trip that lead into the night. Around lunch time, we reached our first destination of 1,800 ft of water. The first drop of the day didn’t produce much. The second drop was an instant bite but right before we got tight the Swordfish […]

TESTIMONIALS

Rough seas yield sailfish bonanza!

My wife and I arrived late on November 19th, as our taxi driver took us on a unscheduled (you know what I mean) tour. Captain David calmly assured me that we would still make out fine, and in fact the rough seas that day were actually a good sign and improved our chances of a sailfish strike. We stopped to pick up some of the best bait available which they call google-eyes (small extra cost, highly recommended). They fish sailfish with kites in south Florida if weather permits. I’ve fished with a kites before, but not in the same manner as the crew of the Lady Pamela II. This windy day they flew two kites with multiple baits on each. It was truly a sight to see and they explained everything as they were going, so it was very interesting and educational too. It wasn’t long before one of the orange floats was zig-zagging across the water and the mate grabbed the rod and free spooled for a few moments before gradually pushing the drag up to strike. Just as he did this, the orange ball seemingly flew horizontally across the top of the water at an amazing speed (I swear as fast as a car) for about 100 yards…the sail was hooked and the rush was exhilarating! I took the rod and began fighting the fish just as I heard the captain and mate discussing that this was a very large sailfish…smiles were all around the boat. The fish put on an incredible fight lasting about 25 minutes and did a few amazing jumps, dancing across the top of the water for 20 feet at a time. We eventually brought the fish to the boat and it was an impressive 7 feet, 3 inches long! (I’m on the left in the picture)There were high fives all around. I’m having it replica-mounted, and it will be a long overdue addition to my present collection. A few moments later we were on another large sail which my wife fought for 20 minutes (we have some incredible footage of jumps on my GoPro) and got just outside the reach of the leader when it unfortunately pulled the circle hook. She was tired and a bit sore after, so when a third sailfish was hooked, I fought this one all the way to the leader too! Later in that day we hit a school of Mahi-Mahi which devoured all the baits in the water in seconds…another rush and it also provided some supper as well. Lady Pamela II was one of the most comfortable boats I’ve fished on, and definitely was family friendly with a clean and spacious restroom as well. David and his crew were professional and courteous and I would have no hesitation recommending them for a family outing, or to experienced deep sea fishermen like us. The trip was a magical memory that we will never forget. Thanks David!