Fishing Fort LAUDERDALE'S EAST COASTPosted on: August 17, 2012
August 8, 2012
The local seafood restaurants generally offer a special “catch of the day” fish entrée to their customers. Well, it seems like Lady Pamela sportfishing’s “catch of the week” has been bonito. These aggressive members of the tuna family range from 4 to 10 lbs and travel in large schools. Our anglers have been having a blast with multiple hookups when we come across schools of these fish. It is pretty exciting watching these fish jumping and thrashing around as they chase bait. Come join us and see for yourself!
August 9, 2012 Thursday
The temperature today only got to 88 F but with no wind it felt like 100 degrees dockside. The good news is that with the lack of wind the Lady Pamela anglers had smooth seas to fish upon, even if it was a “little” bit hot. Fishing on the troll between 100 and 300 feet was tactic of choice today, and the heat didn’t keep the fish away. The bonito bite was still strong, and a few kingfish even managed to grab the baits ahead of the bonitos.
Capt David Ide
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