Dolphins and Sailfish have still been in the 100ft-200ft mark with big Blackfins scattered throughout. The kinfish have been on the Reefs along with the bait. A few Cobia have been caught but they haven’t really showed up yet.
The Trout bite has been steady on Topwaters and gulp shrimp. The redfish bite north of Fort Pierce has been great also. The night time Snook bite has been great aswell with a few slots being caught. Pompano has still been on the Sailfish flats and around Jaycee park.
A MODERATE SOUTHEAST BREEZE WILL INCREASE TODAY AND BECOME SOUTHERLY TONIGHT INTO THURSDAY AS A COLD FRONT APPROACHES FROM THE GULF OF MEXICO. THE FRONT WILL BRING RAIN AND A SLIGHT CHANCE OF STORMS ON THURSDAY. A STRONG NORTH TO NORTHEAST BREEZE BEHIND THE FRONT WILL PRODUCE HAZARDOUS BOATING CONDITIONS FROM LATE THURSDAY NIGHT THROUGH FRIDAY EVENING. AFTER A BRIEF RESPITE SATURDAY…A SURGE OF STRONG NORTHWEST WINDS WILL SPREAD OVER THE WATERS SATURDAY NIGHT AND SUNDAY BEHIND A DEVELOPING EAST COAST STORM.
Stuart, St. Lucie River, Florida 27.2000° N, 80.2583° W 2016-02-03 Wed 1:28 PM EST 0.3 feet Low Tide 2016-02-03 Wed 6:03 PM EST Sunset 2016-02-03 Wed 6:27 PM EST 0.7 feet High Tide.