10/15/16

Inshore: Snook fishing around the bridges has been good with live bait. Been some good trout and redfish to the north around Queens Cove and Round Island on live mullet and topwater plugs. The dock lights in Stuart have produced decent catches of snook, live bait has been best. NDBC – National Weather Service Marine…

10-13-16

Good Morning, The wind is still strong but the river fishing has been good for those that don’t mind a little wind. The snook fishing has been great around the bridges and inlets with live bait and jigs on both the incoming and outgoing tide. The flats fishing has been good with some nice reds,…

10/11/16

Good Morning! Not much to report since Hurricane Matthew passed us. Seas will be rough all week offshore, and the ICW will be very choppy. Once thing pick back up and we get some reports we will continue with our fishing reports. // Synopsis: A STRONG HIGH PRESSURE RIDGE WILL BUILD ACROSS THE EASTERN U.S.…

10-3-16

Good Morning Offshore the sailfish bite has continued to be steady with fish being caught from 90-150ft out of St Lucie Inlet. Kingfish have been caught out at 90ft from Fort Pierce Inlet to St.Lucie Inlet your best bet slow trolling live baits such as mullet, greenies, and blue runners. With hurricane Mathew hopefully staying…

09/29/2016

Good Morning, We have been getting more reports of Sailfish off the Loran tower in 90-115ft of water. Live sardines and live finger mullet have been the ticket. There has been scattered Kingfish on the bar in Ft. Pierce anywhere from 1 mile south to 6 miles North of the inlet. Big Tarpon are still…

09/28/2016

Good Morning, The Sailfish bite has been fantastic the past few days out of St. Lucie Inlet anywhere from 100-150ft, as well as off the Loran tower. Slow trolling live bait will be your best bet to get one. There has been scattered Mahi and Kingfish out of Ft. Pierce Inlet in 120-160ft. Live sardines…

9/26

Good morning Offshore: Reports of sailfish and dolphin from 90-200ft out of St Lucie Inlet most effective method of catching these fish is slow trolling live bait. Kingfish have been caught anywhere from 40-90ft out of St Lucie Inlet with some big “smokers” eating larger baits such as blue runners. The mullet run is still…