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Fishing Reports by Capt. David Ide


2017-12-15
3:33 PM

The sailfish have arrived in big numbers! - Just as we knew it would, the sailfish fishing has picked up big time. The recent cold fronts have them snapping and in our area in big numbers. Several of our boats this week had double headers on live Goggle Eye's for bait as well as trolled boni more...
Capt. David Ide - Fort Lauderdale


2017-11-24
6:10 PM

Black Friday? Try Black Grouper! - The fishing has been awesome as we have had some beautiful weather. The wind shifted a little west and brought us absolutely calm seas (now is the time for those that get sea sick). While this can be a blessing and curse at the same time, we have t more...
Capt. David Ide - Fort Lauderdale


2017-11-16
7:04 PM

Tournament Dust them off warmup - It has already been one year since I kicked off the Lady Pamela II sportfishing's, fish of the week series, and my kickoff species was the venerable Atlantic sailfish (Istiophorus albicans), the most popular of the billfishes found in our waters. Coi more...
Capt. David Ide - Fort Lauderdale


2017-11-08
9:55 PM

Fall Fishing - The end of this week has produced some impressive wreck fishing for Lady Pamela II sportfishing, as we have been landing a bunch of grouper, including blacks, reds, and gags on the shallower shipwrecks. We have been targeting these groupers using liv more...
Capt. David Ide - Fort Lauderdale


2017-10-14
10:25 AM

Dolphin On The Reef - Lady Pamela II sportfishing had a busy September, unfortunately most of the time was spent preparing for, and recovering from Hurricane Irma, not fishing! The fishing in October though, has been very good, as we have been catching dolphin very close more...
Capt. David Ide - Fort Lauderdale


2017-10-13
10:40 AM

Tarpon inshore and Sharks Offshore - Are we ever going to see the fall temperatures?  Well as I type this, our morning is actually a bit cool and by cool I mean in the upper 70s.  It could simply be from all the rain we had overnight, but I'm hoping the temps begin to fall so our season more...
Capt. David Ide - Fort Lauderdale


2017-10-02
9:14 PM

Kingfish, Black Grouper and More! - The fall fishing has officially kicked off, although you wouldn't know it by the temperatures.  Each day it is still getting into the 90s and we are patiently waiting for the first round of cold fronts to cool things off and bring some sailfish into more...
Capt. David Ide - Fort Lauderdale


2017-09-21
11:20 AM

Mahi and Kingfish After Hurricane Irma - As we get ready to close out September and start our fall season, we are rigging up for the welcomed transition and my favorite time of the year. We are geared up for sailfish on the kites, big kingfish on the troll and excellent bottom fishing. T more...
Capt. David Ide - Fort Lauderdale


2017-09-01
8:33 PM

Florida fishing - The Lady Pamela II sporfishing's driftboat, Lois Ann, is a great bargain for families and others that just want to get out and fish in the waters offshore the Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood Area. The opportunities to catch snappers, groupers, triggerfis more...
Capt. David Ide - Fort Lauderdale


2017-08-26
10:57 AM

Dolphin Fishing Is Very Good Off Hollywood - It has been a blessing this year for myself and my customers to be on such a hot mahi mahi bite. If you find any signs of fish, they are usually there. Weedlines, birds and floating debris have all been holding fish and they are in close. On some more...
Capt. David Ide - Fort Lauderdale

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