The St Lucie Inlet has been holding a pile of Snook, if you can get your hands or some Croakers or Sand Perch you’ll get the thump. Hole in the Wall, Sailfish Point docks and the detached jetty are all good spots to hit, Pilchards will work too but you’ll need a little weight to keep them down. There have also been a number of Snook on the beaches. Any small twitch bait will work, such as a Mirrolure Mirrodine or Yo-Zuri 3D Minnow. Gummy Minnow flies and Clouser minnows have seemed to work the best. The Tarpon have thinned out but there are still a few around on the beaches in Stuart.
Cobia and Kingfish have been plentiful on the Sand pile and Bull shark barge, find the bait and you’ll find the fish. Schoolie Bonito have been showing up pretty heavy and they are a blast on the fly rod, any small glass minnow fly will work just make sure it has a good hook. Sailfish have still been thick out there in 60-150ft, bump trolling live Pilchards is your best bet but trolling dead Bally’s has been working good too!
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.GULF STREAM HAZARDS…None.
The approximate location of the west wall of the Gulf Stream based on the Real Time Ocean Forecast System as of Sunday June 23rd.
41 nautical miles east of Ponce Inlet. 30 nautical miles east of Port Canaveral. 24 nautical miles east of Sebastian Inlet. 15 nautical miles east of Fort Pierce Inlet. 8 nautical miles east of Saint Lucie Inlet.
27.2000° N, 80.2583° W
2019-06-29 Sat 3:45 PM EDT -0.1 feet Low Tide
2019-06-29 Sat 5:19 PM EDT Moonset
2019-06-29 Sat 8:19 PM EDT Sunset
2019-06-29 Sat 9:17 PM EDT 0.9 feet High Tide
2019-06-30 Sun 4:16 AM EDT 0.2 feet Low Tide
2019-06-30 Sun 4:31 AM EDT Moonrise
2019-06-30 Sun 6:29 AM EDT Sunrise
2019-06-30 Sun 9:21 AM EDT 0.9 feet High Tide
2019-06-30 Sun 4:33 PM EDT -0.2 feet Low Tide
2019-06-30 Sun 6:20 PM EDT Moonset
2019-06-30 Sun 8:19 PM EDT Sunset
2019-06-30 Sun 10:09 PM EDT 1.0 feet High Tide