Lady Pamela 2 Sportfishing

2300 Southeast 17th Street
Fort Lauderdale FL, United States

Lady Pamela 2 Sportfishing invites you to join them for an adventure on the beautiful waters of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. It is home to a wide variety of beautiful big game species. There isn’t any rush in the world to match the excitement and accomplishment when you land a trophy pelagic fish while deep sea sport fishing in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Enjoy your fishing trip aboard a spacious 50-ft “Lady Pamela 2”, which comes powered by twin 500 HP Cummins engines. This is the company’s flagship sportfishing vessel, which is fully rigged with top-notch navigational electronics, including a GPS, a fish finder, a VHF radio, and a sonar and a radar to over 2000 feet. It has a carrying capacity of six anglers and features an anchoring system, an ice-box, a wireless trolling motor for a quiet ride, Tuna tubes, a live bait tank, a flybridge to aid the search for the fish, a fighting chair for those who are up for a challenge, as well as outriggers, centerriggers, and downriggers. Inside, the boat is air-conditioned, equipped with a toilet, a shower, a bedroom to relax in between the bites, a TV with a multimedia system, and a kitchen with a refrigerator. What else is needed?

Lady Pamela 2 Sportfishing has a great variety of trips to choose from. You can dedicate your time on the water to targeting Tarpon or Swordfish if you are up for a challenge. And if you feel like checking what is biting, then four, six, or eight-hour packages are the best choice. Among your targeted species will be Mahi Mahi, Sailfish, Tuna, Sharks, Wahoo, King Mackerel, Amberjack, and many other species. Snorkeling and spearfishing equipment will also be available.

Trips with Lady Pamela 2 Sportfishing come with fly fishing equipment and licenses, as well as rods, reels, tackle, and lures. Once caught, the fish can be cleaned and filleted for you to take home with you for dinner after the trip or to fill the freezer. 

Lady Pamela 2 Sportfishing invites you to join them for an adventure on the beautiful waters of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. It is home to a wide variety of beautiful big game species. There isn’t any rush in the world to match the excitement and acco

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Trip Date:
  • Full Day Trip - Swordfish
    8 hour trip, starts at 7:00 AM
    US$ 2000 private charter
  • Full Day Trip - Sportfishing
    8 hour trip, starts at 7:00 AM
    US$ 1400 private charter
  • 3/4 Day Trip - AM
    6 hour trip, starts at 7:00 AM
    US$ 900 private charter
  • 3/4 Day Trip - PM
    6 hour trip, starts at 1:00 PM
    US$ 900 private charter
  • Half Day Trip - AM
    4 hour trip, starts at 8:00 AM
    US$ 650 private charter
  • Half Day Trip - PM
    4 hour trip, starts at 1:00 PM
    US$ 650 private charter
  • Half Day Trip - Tarpon
    4 hour trip, starts at 6:00 PM
    US$ 600 private charter
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About this listing

Targeted Species

  Dolphin (Mahi Mahi)
  Grouper (Goliath)
  King Mackerel (Kingfish)

  Shark (Bull)
  Shark (Tiger)
  Snapper (Red)

  Tuna (Blackfin)

Boat Specs

Custom Caroline (Cruiser) originally built in 2005. Powered by 2 500HP Cummins engines, with a maximum cruising speed of 20 knots.

50 ft
6 persons

Types of Fishing

Nearshore Fishing
Offshore Fishing
Reef Fishing
Wreck Fishing

Fishing Techniques

Light Tackle
Heavy Tackle
Bottom Fishing


Air Conditioning
Fighting Chair
Life Jackets
Snorkeling Equipment
Live Bait Well
Multimedia System
Wireless Trolling Motor
Tuna Tubes
Spearfishing Equipment
Ice Box
Air Conditioning
Fighting Chair
Life Jackets

Trip Includes

Rods, reels & tackle
Catch cleaning & filleting
First Mate
Fishing License Included
Fly Fishing Equipment


Deposit non-refundable
Deposit non-refundable under normal circumstances. In case of unsafe weather conditions, you can choose a different trip date or cancel with a full deposit refund.
Pickup not included
Transfer to/from departure site is not included in trip rates.
Child Friendly
You Keep Catch
Catch and Release Allowed
Disabled Accessible


Book with 20% deposit
When the captain confirms your trip, FishingBooker charges your credit card a 20% deposit to guarantee your reservation.
Pay remaining balance to captain
The remaining balance is to be paid directly to the charter operator on or prior to your trip date in one of the following payment methods:
American Express

When paying the remaining balance with a credit card, there is a 5% fee.

About the Captain

David Ide
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States
Member since February 2015
At 15 years old, I worked at the Lauderdale Marina fuel docks after school and over the weekends. It was there that I met many other fishermen who invited me to fish on their boats. I was young and eager and happy to go along. The following year, I worked at a tournament tackle shop and was asked to fish the Bahamas Billfish Championship. I am still involved in tournament fishing as my time allows.
Response time: 1 hour
Response rate: 92%

Fort Lauderdale Fishing Calendar

Customer Reviews

4.26 out of 5 stars from 9 reviews

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It was not what we thought it would be. We thought that there would be water, snacks & lunch, that’s the way it sounded in the info about the trip.They had bottle water but it cost $2.00 each. There were no snacks or anything. Also we paid $600.00 for half of day but we paid $696.00 There was a fee of $96.00 that we did not know about till we got there to pay.

Fished July 22, 2017
David Ide (The Captain)
Replied to this review on August 17, 2017

Hi Sharon,

When you showed up to the marina when we collected for the charter we asked if you wanted to add a gratuity and you said yes and we added 20% of the 480 not the 600 thats how it got to 576.00 plus our credit card surcharge there is nothing on our website about food and drinks are provided and we also sent you this. One other point is i tried calling you several times one and two days before the trip and no answer and no call back and i cant believe you would give us a two star overall are catching your grandson a assume fish and you could have said “no i do not want to add a tip.”

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Snacks, Food, Drinks

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During 4 hours we did trolling. Almost all that time the captain and his helper were Upstairs doing nothing. Using the mobile and sleeping.
Comming back they finaly changed and did bite fishing. 10 minutes after that we got a very big shark.
So the captain offered me a replica for $ 2.500/3.000. Depending on the weight
I said no, I just whant catch an relise. He said that if I whant a picture inside the Boston I have to pay $ 3.000.
I said no so he cut the leader end let the Sark go away with the hooks inside after two hours fighting.

Fished July 20, 2017
David Ide (The Captain)
Replied to this review on August 17, 2017

Hi Gonzalo

I have never heard of any of Our crew members sleeping i would like to know you could have called me or gone to the manger of the office to let us know what happened. I seriously doubt the mate was sleeping during the fishing trip sometimes on the way in after there job is done they will lay down is this what happened? Also we Don’t put our hands in sharks months to get the hooks out that why we use steel hooks so they rust out. The fish you caught people dream about catching a shark so i am very surprised you gave us a one star review? If you would like to discuss this trip please call me.

Capt David


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Fished May 27, 2017
David Ide (The Captain)
Replied to this review on May 29, 2017

Thank You Stephen H We had a pleasure taking you fishing.

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Fishing Reports

Sharks, Tuna, Snappers and Kingfish

March 26, 2018

The Lady Pamela II charterboats have been catching hammerheads this week for those anglers that are willing to brave the big swells offshore. The northeaster has pushed fair amounts of sargassum seaweed in toward shore so we have seen… Read Full Report →