Kite Fishing Fort Lauderdale

November 12, 2013

November 10, 2013

The Lady Pamela III had a driftfishing trip from 8 am to 12 noon catching a nice mix of both surface predators and bottomfish. Anglers fishing near the surface pulled in some blackfin tunas, a few nice kingfish, and a couple of mahi-mahi. The bottom was yielding lots of grunts and snappers. The driftfishing has been red-hot all week, just like the offshore fishing.

In the afternoon, I took a friend of mine in from New Jersey for some fishing aboard the Lady Pamela II. We headed out with a dozen live goggleyes and went kite fishing right out in front of Port Everglades in 110 feet of water. The baits weren’t out 10 minutes before a couple of mahi-mahi slammed into the spread. It was nonstop from there, and within 2 hours we had burned through all of our live baits. We did pretty well though, releasing one sailfish, and boating four nice gaffer mahi out of eight hookups.

Tight Lines,

Capt. David Ide

Lady Pamela 2 Sport Fishing

954-761-8045

WWw.ladypamela2@bellsouth.net

TESTIMONIALS

Awesome Trip!

I took my 3 kids out with Captain David and Crew for a day of fishing in Miami. Upon arriving we were greeted by a beautiful marina and the captain was ready to go. We had the opportunity to catch some bait and the mate through the cast net a few times while my kids helped load them into the baitwell. We were fishing within 10 minutes and the action was great. I was just happy to share this with my kids, but Captain David went beyond my expectations. I highly recommend you book Lady Pamela. We will be back!

Brian W.