Fort Lauderdale Deep Sea Fishing logPosted on: February 13, 2009
Decmber 22nd, 2008
The Holiday Fishing Season is here in Fort Lauderdale. Today the Lady Pamela II had a full day of fishing, 7 AM start – 7 PM leave. This morning we headed offshore into green waters. It was like fishing in pea soup with a rippin south current, not a sailfish in site. Fishing was slow all morning. Around noon, the water changed to a nice blue-ish green color along with a north current and big north swells. I knew there was going to be some tails coming down sea. We popped the kites up at the bouy and within 20 minutes a 5 1/2 ft sailfish was peeling line off the reel, jumping all over the ocean. Colen from Canada stepped up to the plate, fought the fish first, then handed it off to Fred and then to Scott. Everybody got a taste of the sailfish, it was putting up a battle.
Captain David Ide