David Ide

The Fall weather patterns are starting to take hold down here in South Florida and Lady Pamela Sportfishing continues to take full advantage of the subtle change in seasons! Our entire fleet continues to enjoy great fishing and big smiles from our clients. Thanks to all of clients both new and loyal, our boats are returning with plenty of fish to catch…and stories to go with them.The entire LP2 Team wishes to thank each and every client who fished with us aboard the Lady Pamela II Fleet throughout September. We greatly appreciate your business and hope that you’ll come back to join us aboard the renowned Lady Pamela II Fleet.

Our early morning trips and evening trips continue to produce good numbers of various species as we avoid the hottest – and stormiest – part of the day. The past few weeks have seen a return of massive amounts of seaweed between the beach and 20 miles offshore due to Hurricane Florence. The seaweed patches have been holding solid numbers of Mahi Mahi and a species that loves to eat Mahi Mahi as much as we do: Wahoo.

Sportfishing Report: Wahoo!

The recent moon phases caused an EXPLOSION of Wahoo catches! One of the fastest fish in the sea, Wahoos can melt drags and break hearts if you’re not ready for them. Fortunately, the LP2 Team is ready, willing and able to tame these shiny, striped bait burglars. The Wahoos have been crushing our baits trolled below the surface on planer as well as our Mahi Mahi baits: Islanders with ballyhoo in both the blue/white and red/black color combinations. We’ve been finding the Wahoos in the same depths as Mahi Mahi – we simply pick up the speed a bit on the troll to get the shots. Few things make an angler weak in the knees like watching a Wahoo empty your spool on one of their patented runs! After a long fight and bringing a Wahoo aboard, you’ll enjoy the fact that you get to invite a tasty fish home for dinner.

Come join us while this fantastic Wahoo bite is on! Call us to book a trip and let the Lady Pamela II Team introduce you our exceptional Fort Lauderdale offshore fishing.

Tight Lines,
Captain David

Fish Species: Wahoo, Mahi, Sailfish, Kingfish, Tuna
Bait Used: Pilchards, Bonita Strips, Mullet
Tackle Used: Medium
Method Used: Trolling, Kite Fishing, Drifting
Water Depth: 90 to 1300ft
Water Temperature:
Wind Direction: East
Wind Speed: 10 knots
Wahoo Limits!
Wahoo Limits!

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David Ide

About The Author: Captain David Ide

Company: Lady Pamela Sportfishing

Area Reporting: Fort Lauderdale, FL

Bio: My name is Captain David and I run the largest fishing fleet of professional sportfishing captains in the state. I always say we have the best crew in the industry because of our hard work ethic and passion for fishing including conservation of our oceans. Join me or one of our crew as we chase trophy Mahi, Sailfish, Tuna, Sharks, Wahoo and much more!

(954) 761-8045
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