Archive for March, 2011

Fort Lauderdale Fishing Lady Pamela 2

March 28, 2011

Lady Pamela 2 fishing charters March 22, 2011 Springtime is here in Ft. Lauderdale, and so are the mahi-mahi! Today was clear and sunny as we headed straight out of the port to do some trolling. We were at 200-300 feet using bonito strips when we hooked up on a few big dolphin- a good […]

Fort Lauderdale deepsea fishing March 19

March 23, 2011

March 18 LADY PAMELA 2 SPORTFISHING Friday we started with 5 people on a split trip in the morning and 6 on a split for the afternoon. On the morning charter we caught 2 nice barracudas and a few mahi-mahi. Trolling along a blue edge in 200 feet of water we found a few logs […]

Fort Lauderdale Fishing Lady Pamela 2 March Madness

March 18, 2011

Monday and Tuesday I had my whole crew out fishing with me.  Darrin, Paul, Leo, and I had the outfitters from the Outdoor Channel on our boat for a few days filming a TV program and did we have some AWESOME fishing!  Day 1 we headed south out of Ft. Lauderdale to a wreck about […]

Fort Lauderdale Deep Sea Fishing aboard the Lady Pamela II Fleet; Mahi – Mahi & 6 Cobia fish!

March 14, 2011

March 12th, 2011 Travis, Mike, John and a few others came fishing aboard the Lady Pamela IV early this morning. The past few days of fishing have been great, with a very nice edge in 750 ft of water. I explained what was happening offshore and the gang decided to buy a dozen goggle eyes […]

Fort Lauderdale Sailfish Fishing in March; the BITE is ON

March 12, 2011

March 11th, 2011 Today was a full day of fishing for the Lady Pamela II Fishing Fleet. Aboard the Lady Pamela IV with Captain Paul and me, we had two trips. Our morning trip was a group of doctors from Minnesota. Conditions for Sailfish Fishing were perfect. Once we hit open water, we sat right […]

Fort Lauderdale Drift Fishing aboard the Lady Pamela III

March 11, 2011

thanks alot guys for a good time

Fort Lauderdale Drift Fishing Report aboard the Lady Pamela III

March 6, 2011

Fort Lauderdale Drift Fishing Report Lady Pamela III Sportfishing Charters Fort Lauderdale’s ONLY 22 passenger Sportfishing Drift Boat Drift fishing in Fort Lauderdale has produced a good bite the past four days. The weather has stopped us from fishing offshore at night for the past four days, but the bite during the day has been […]

Fort Lauderdale Sport Fishing – 90 lb White Marlin caught aboard the Lady Pamela

March 6, 2011

March 5th, 2011 White Marlin caught in Fort Lauderdale aboard the Lady Pamela Today we had four guys on a split fishing charter. We purchased live goggle eyes before heading offshore in 6-8 ft seas blowing out of the NE with a south current. The King Mackerel, Bonito and Mahi – Mahi fish didn’t take […]

Fort Lauderdale Drift Fishing – Mahi Mahi bite is SOLID in March

March 6, 2011

March 3rd, 2011 All Day Dolphin Fishing aboard the Lady Pamela III Drift Fishing Boat Fishing today was great. March is a good month to catch Mahi – Mahi in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Not only are the Mahi – Mahi biting nicely in March, the Blue Marlin, White Marlin, Sailfish, Barracuda, Amberjacks and Game Sharks […]

Fort Lauderdale Fishing Report March 2011

March 5, 2011

March 1st, 2011 Chris and his buddies joined the Lady Pamela II for a full day of fishing offshore Fort Lauderdale. It was flat calm offshore; with a SE wind blowing 5-10 mph. We left the dock at 8 AM with trolling gear in the water. For the first 6 hours of the fishing trip, […]

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!