September 15 Lady Pamela 2 All Day Dolphin Trip - Fort Lauderdale Fishing Charters

September 15 Lady Pamela 2 All Day Dolphin Trip

September 19, 2011

Lady Pamela 3- September 15, 2011

              Today we left the dock at 8am with sixteen eager fishermen, my first mate Joe, 2nd mate Will, and myself. After a quick stop at Lauderdale Marina for drinks and snacks we headed out for what would turn out to be one of the best days of fishing this captain can remember. Joe was at the helm as Will and I started putting the baits out. Within two minutes of putting the lines out, we got our first bite. I set the hook on the first fish, handed it to an eager customer and turned around to witness four other rods bending over simultaneously.  Five fish on and five fish in the box, a great start. As Joe continued to troll south, the hits kept coming with bonitos, black fin tuna, king mackerel and even a 30 pound wahoo coming over the rail of the LP3.

All Day Dolphin Fishing

 Around noon we pulled in the trolling gear, and got out the bottom fishing tackle. I positioned the boat over one of my favorite wrecks and Joe and Will dropped our lines, baited with squid and bonito. As soon as they hit the bottom we were getting bites. For the next hour the crew pulled up Snapper after Snapper with some tasty Almaco jacks mixed in. After catching the Snapper I decided to try a long shot, we headed out to another spot that was even deeper. Once again the lines hit the bottom and instantly we were on the fish. Our customers were bringing up deep water Tilefish three at a time (Tilefish are a rare catch and some of the best table fare you can get). About this time the cooler could no longer accommodate any more fish, so Joe and Will started stuffing them in the live well. We continued catching the Tilefish until it was time to go in. On the journey back to the dock we stumbled upon a pair of Dolphin working a weed line in forty feet of water, Joe and Will threw a couple of live baits to these fish and we were hooked up. A twenty pound bull and a fifteen pound cow hit the deck, and were left on the deck because the fish box was full and so was the bait well. All and all an epic day.

          Lot Of Fish

                       Two hours were needed to filet all the fish. Grand total for the day; 18 Bonitos, 8 Blackfin Tuna, a Wahoo, 8 King Mackerel, 4 Barracuda, 6 Almaco Jacks, 20 Vermillion Snapper, 46 Tilefish, and two Dolphin.

 Captain Adam

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Around noon we pulled in the trolling gear, and got out the bottom fishing tackle. I positioned the boat over one of my favorite wrecks and Joe and Will dropped our lines, baited with squid and bonito. As soon as they hit the bottom we were getting bites. For the next hour the crew pulled up Snapper after Snapper with some tasty Almaco jacks mixed in. After catching the Snapper I decided to try a long shot, we headed out to another spot that was even deeper. Once again the lines hit the bottom and instantly we were on the fish. Our customers were bringing up deep water Tilefish three at a time (Tilefish are a rare catch and some of the best table fare you can get). About this time the cooler could no longer accommodate any more fish, so Joe and Will started stuffing them in the live well. We continued catching the Tilefish until it was time to go in. On the journey back to the dock we stumbled upon a pair of Dolphin working a weed line in forty feet of water, Joe and Will threw a couple of live baits to these fish and we were hooked up. A twenty pound bull and a fifteen pound cow hit the deck, and were left on the deck because the fish box was full and so was the bait well. All and all an epic day.

TESTIMONIALS

What An Adventure!

I never leave reviews, but we had such a good time, I wanted to share with others. Captain David and his guys are top notch, you can tell as soon as you pull up that you have booked a great trip. We went out with them in April 2015 and we were told this was one of the best months for fishing off South Florida. The captain decided to fly kites (amazing!) to dangle baits so that the fish can’t see the hooks. I have never seen this, but it was amazing to see them do it. Within a few minutes we had a first sailfish on and then another hit. A double header! We landed both fish and the day went on just like that. We were watching the baits dangle on the surface all day.  Other boats in the area were “trolling” and weren’t catching any. David said it was because the water was so clear that it was important to kite fish.  I highly recommend booking them.

Todd Yurke