Jun 30, 2008, 6:47 PM
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It's that time of year! Our South Florida summer has arrived with high 80's, 90's and scattered thunder storms. This weather has had us keeping one eye on the sky and the other on the rod tip. Trolling in 100 ft - 800 ft of water has been pretty productive lately; Kingfish, Bonitos and Blackfin Tuna's are hittin' the deck anywhere from 5-20 lbs. There's been some Wahoo seen after the full moon on the surface in about 400 feet of water, but no takers yet. The Mahi-Mahi are showing up in good numbers off Fort Lauderdale, too - good eating and great fun.
The inlet is holding some nice size Barracuda's. They are mean fighters with a mean set of teeth.
There's been some action when the LP II stops by the local wrecks - Dropping a fresh bloody bait down really catches the eye.
Captain David Ide
Lady Pamela II