South Florida daily fishing reportPosted on: February 13, 2009
December 20th, 2008
This afternoon we had a full charter aboard the Lady Pamela II. We reached open waters and we were catching fish right off the bat. The bonitos were showing up in good numbers at the bouy. We packed up and ran to a shipwreck 5 miles north of Port Everglades, made our first drop of the day and we got a bite! We caught a 30 lb amberjack, took a few pictures, released him and he swam away. Trolling gear was set and the kings were hungry. They were hittin’ the cockpit left and right. In the mix of all those kingfish, a cero mackerel ate, nice size too. We had one last trick up our sleeve for this afternoon, the ledge. The ledge is a deep drop off where we troll live bait over it and just cross our fingers. Everything went as planned, check out this barracuda we caught offshore.
Great fishing offshore Ft Lauderdale, nice mixed bag of fish.
Captain David Ide