Fishing Report: February 26, 2013
Michelle and friends from Miami had some great fun with Captain David yesterday afternoon. After loading up with some goggleyes, the Lady Pamela II motored out to 180 feet of water where they set out the kites. There was nice blue water and the north running current was still moving quick so it wasn’t long before the first sailfish showed up. The action on this first fish was pretty good, then a second bait got popped and the group hooked up to another sailfish! The crew got these two fish to the boat and after pictures and high-fives the fish were released. The mate reset all the lines and 30 minutes later another sailfish had hit the baits. This fish put on a nice acrobatic display before the angler brought it to the boat.
To round out the trip Captain David decided to drop a few baits on a wreck in 260 feet of water. This wreck produces nice sized fish if they are biting. Well today they were biting as the rod started jerking. The battle was on and our anglers muscled in a 60 lb Warsaw grouper. These are very aggressive fish and they put up a heck of a fight. Just another great fishing day here in Ft. Lauderdale.
Capt David Ide
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