We Are Thankful for Great Fishing…and for YOU

The Lady Pamela Sportfishing Fleet is feasting offshore and inshore as the heart of the 2020 holiday season approaches. We’re catching Mahi Mahi, Swordfish, Wahoo, Kingfish, Tunas, Bonitos, Sailfish, Amberjacks, Sharks, Barracuda, Snappers, Tarpon and more!

We would also like to take this opportunity to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to every single one of our incredible clients who fished with us aboard the Lady Pamela Sportfishing Fleet in 2020! You are the “reason for the season” all year long and we very much look forward to fishing with you in 2021.

We remain open for business and the entire Lady Pamela Sportfishing Team is in full compliance with all CDC and local health guidelines to do our part to keep everyone healthy.

NOW is the time to book your holiday/winter fishing trip now that the bite is on here in lovely South Florida! Let’s talk turkey and get to the latest fishing report.



We’ve started to experience a few cold fronts this month – for us, a “cold front” is when the mercury dips below 60 degrees – and this has pushed the schools of Sailfish down our way. Our clients have been putting up big numbers of Sailfish catches and releases as our Fleet focuses almost exclusively on fishing live baits underneath our fishing kites.


Kite-fishing is a truly amazing and engaging experience as you get to see the Sailfish AS THEY EAT the bait. We can fish up to three (3) live baits per kite, with at least two (2) kites up at any one time. We’re fishing between 80 and 200 feet of water. We’ve also had luck shallower than 80 feet as we watch Sailfish “free jumping” in the midst of Ballyhoo schools up on the reef.


The recent moon phases caused another EPIC late fall/early winter Wahoo bite! One of the fastest fish in the sea, Wahoos can melt drags and break hearts if you’re not ready for them. Fortunately, the Lady Pamela Sportfishing Team is ready, willing and able to tame these shiny, striped bait burglars. The November Wahoos have been crushing our strip baits trolled below the surface on planers along with Islanders/ballyhoo combinations in both the blue/white and red/black colors.

We’ve been finding the Wahoos in between 250 and 800 feet of water. We’ve also hooked a few Wahoo slow trolling live bullet Bonitos over the wrecks for Barracudas and Black Grouper.

As we’re trolling our specially-crafted strips, we’re also catching sizable Kingfish and Bonitos.


We continue to catch large Black Groupers on the reef in around 60 feet of water trolling plugs and double-hooked ballyhoo rigs.

grouper fishing

Speaking of aggressive, our clients have been catching some huge Barracudas.

We’ve been catching these sea monsters on trolled strip baits and live “bullet” bonitos. These fish are tackle busters so be sure to eat a big breakfast before tangling with these dudes.


The Mullet Run is over but the Tarpon are still active…and hungry. Give us a call to get an amazing workout and witness one of the most acrobatic saltwater species in the world!


On the Lois Ann, our daily trips – 3 each day – are producing Kingfish, Tuna, Bonito, Barracuda, Amberjack, Sailfish and a host of Snapper and Grouper. Our nighttime trips have been producing huge numbers of Yellowtail Snappers. Keep in mind that the Lois Ann is limited to a certain number of anglers per trip due to CDC guidelines. This is great news for YOU as you have plenty of room to fish multiple lines! Book a trip NOW to get in on this amazing action after the sun goes down.

For only $45, come on aboard and gain access to some of the hardest-fighting and tastiest fish that swim. We’re the best fishing value in all of South Florida! Remember all ages and experience levels are always welcome. We have a captain and mate on board to help you at all times. We also have one of the cleanest vessels in the southeastern US and we have a fully-stocked galley to keep you hydrated and well-fed!

We at Lady Pamela Sportfishing wish you and your loved ones a Happy Thanksgiving and look forward to taking you fishing.

Tight Lines,
Captain David