LADY PAMELA 2 FEB 10-13 FISHING REPORTS FORT LAUDERDALE

February 14, 2012

February 10 , 2012

Today, one of our
repeat clients and good friend David, brought a group of friends fishing on the
Lady Pamela IV. Captain Darin and mate Rusty started the day trolling the reef
trying to get some action for everybody on the boat. In no time they reeled in a
nice wahoo. David was pretty happy as it is always nice when the first fish is
dinner. They kept trolling and caught a few kingfish and one mahi-mahi before
moving on to kite fishing with live goggleyes. David loves catching sailfish and
I think there has only been one time where he didn’t catch a sailfish with us.
He is one of the luckiest people I have ever taken fishing. The last time David
joined us was in August when there are no sailfish around at all and we got a
bite from one. David’s luck held, as a few hours into the kite fishing Rusty
hooked a nice sail and got is set up with one of Davids clients in the fighting
chair. This leaping sailfish put on a great on a great show for everybody
around! Way to go guys!

February 13, 2012

The last few days
fishing has been red hot,with a wide variety of fish being caught in around from
300 –600 feet of water . We’ve had plenty of gaffer mahi around 10-12 lbs and
have caught a few up into the 30 lb range. As for the bottom fishing, today we
caught a boatload of grey tilefish. These fish live in self-made burrows, and I
have a few hotspots for them along the steep edges of the continental slope.
These are one of the best eating fish you could ever land. Along with the tiles,
we landed a few wahoo, caught in 200–300 feet of water using swimming
ballyhoo.

The kite fishing was slow this day we did some dredge fishing
instead. This is a trolling style of fishing in which a teaser made of anywhere
from 30 to 150 artificial baits or strips attached to an umbrella-style frame
are pulled behind the boat. The dredge mimics a large school of baitfish that
can attract sails when the bite is otherwise slow. It is pretty exciting to see
fired up sailfish come crashing into these teaser spreads. This is just another
good way to catch sailfish out here in Fort Lauderdale. Beat the summertime rush
and join us today. The fishing doesn’t always stay good for long!

TIGHT LINES,

CAPTAIN DAVID IDE

954 761 8045

WWW.LADYPAMELA2.COM

TESTIMONIALS

Awesome Tarpon Trip!

We booked Captain David to take us fishing inshore since my wife gets really seasick. He mentioned that the tide was really good on a particular date so we took it. My son caught his first tarpon about 50lbs along with a barracuda and we released a snook. The inshore waters of Fort Lauderdale are very scenic and Captain David showed us some amazing celebrities homes including Wayne Huizenga where we caught a tarpon right behind his house.  Very cool stuff.  David took measurements of the tarpon and my son now how it hanging in his room. The silver king!