December Daytime Swordfishing in Fort Lauderdale – BIG FISH & GREAT PICTURES!

Today was a great day for the Lady Pamela fishing fleet. One of our smaller boats, a 27′ Ocean Master center console, went daytime swordfishing to see if the cold front would make them snap. The cold front was expected to move through around 3 PM, so Mike left the dock at 8 AM sharp. Around 9 PM, Mike was sitting in fertile grounds and made his first drop in 1,800 ft of water with Dolphin belly. Our first drop didn’t attract any Swordfish so we made a move to the south. Our second drop of the day provided a 2 ½ hour battle with a big Broadbill Swordfish. The current was kicking at 2 knots with a S SW wind. When the fish came to the surface, Brett threw the harpoon as Mike gaffed the Swordfish. When we got the tail rope on the fish, he went nuts. I had to call over another boat to help us get this monster fish in the boat. It took 5 of us to get the 450 lb’er in our 27 footer. Nice fish with a 103″ fork length.

Lady Pamela Sportfishing Charters is starting off the new year right (and early!) with a new location and a new addition, the Lady Pamela IV!

We have relocated to:

Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty-Six Resort & Spa
2301 SE 17th Street
Fort Lauderdale,  Florida 33316

Tight Lines!

Captain David Ide & Crew
www.ladypamela2.com
954-761-8045

Today was a great day for the Lady Pamela fishing fleet. One of our smaller boats, a 27′ Ocean Master center console, went daytime swordfishing to see if the cold front would make them snap. The cold front was expected to move through around 3 PM, so Mike left the dock at 8 AM sharp. Around 9 PM, Mike was sitting in fertile grounds and made his first drop in 1,800 ft of water with Dolphin belly. Our first drop didn’t attract any Swordfish so we made a move to the south. Our second drop of the day provided a 2 ½ hour battle with a big Broadbill Swordfish. The current was kicking at 2 knots with a S SW wind. When the fish came to the surface, Brett threw the harpoon as Mike gaffed the Swordfish. When we got the tail rope on the fish, he went nuts. I had to call over another boat to help us get this monster fish in the boat. It took 5 of us to get the 450 lb’er in our 27 footer. Nice fish with a 103″ fork length.

Lady Pamela Sportfishing Charters is starting off the new year right (and early!) with a new location and a new addition, the Lady Pamela IV!
We have relocated to:
Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty-Six Resort & Spa
2301 SE 17th Street
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
33316
Tight Lines!
Captain David Ide & Crew
954-761-8045

Today was a great day for the Lady Pamela fishing fleet. One of our smaller boats, a 27′ Ocean Master center console, went daytime swordfishing to see if the cold front would make them snap. The cold front was expected to move through around 3 PM, so Mike left the dock at 8 AM sharp. Around 9 PM, Mike was sitting in fertile grounds and made his first drop in 1,800 ft of water with Dolphin belly. Our first drop didn’t attract any Swordfish so we made a move to the south. Our second drop of the day provided a 2 ½ hour battle with a big Broadbill Swordfish. The current was kicking at 2 knots with a S SW wind. When the fish came to the surface, Brett threw the harpoon as Mike gaffed the Swordfish. When we got the tail rope on the fish, he went nuts. I had to call over another boat to help us get this monster fish in the boat. It took 5 of us to get the 450 lb’er in our 27 footer. Nice fish with a 103″ fork length.

Lady Pamela Sportfishing Charters is starting off the new year right (and early!) with a new location and a new addition, the Lady Pamela IV!

We have relocated to:

Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty-Six Resort & Spa

2301 SE 17th Street

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

33316

Tight Lines!

Captain David Ide & Crew

www.ladypamela2.com

954-761-8045

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