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Cobia's are in.

March 22, 2017

Need to get up early in the morning to catch these bad boys. The artificial wrecks off the St. Lucie inlet yielded this 30 + pound cobia with Charlie and his wife Lori. Read Full Report →

Stuart Fishing Report

March 10, 2017

The snook fishing has been good around the docks and seawalls around the Saint Lucie River. Catching them on artificial lures like the Yozuri 3D red head, large live shrimp and when available live pilchards. The latter being the… Read Full Report →


April 08, 2016

The snook have started to move out of their estuaries and are being caught along the St. Lucie River's docks, seawalls and bridges. Fish them by pitching live greenies early in the morning on the outgoing tide. I use… Read Full Report →


April 01, 2016

Cobia are being caught just east of the St. Lucie Inlet along the sand pile. The bite is best early morning before sunrise. Your set up should consist of a medium heavy rod fitted with 40lbs to 60lbs braid,… Read Full Report →

Hot Reds

October 11, 2015

Red fishing has been hot this past week; Carrie managed to reel in this 40 inch Red Fish on one of the shallow Martin County Artificial reefs off the St. Lucie Inlet this past Sunday. Using the head of… Read Full Report →

Goliath Grouper

August 26, 2015

We headed out early in the morning specifically to target this beautiful fish, which means it's time to bring out the heavy tackle. These are big fish and you cannot target them with anything less; the fish will end… Read Full Report →

First time Snookers

August 14, 2015

The snook fishing around the St. Lucie Inlet has been living up to it's reputation. We took out some first timers last week and were able to hook them up to some great fish. Live bait being the main… Read Full Report →

Dodging the Storms

August 02, 2015

Even with the thunderstorms in our area we still managed to catch a few snook on Friday and Saturday. The bait can still be found north of the St. Lucie Inlet, but when storms move in and the swells… Read Full Report →

Snook makes them smile

July 08, 2015

We headed off early in the morning in search of greenies north of the St. Lucie Inlet, about 2.5 miles. We followed the pelicans, as we always do, and we were relieved once we saw them diving into the… Read Full Report →

Snook on the Beach

June 30, 2015

We started the day at 7am looking for greenies both to the south and north of St. Lucie Inlet. Look for the Pelicans diving or just sitting on the water, they are a tell tail sign that the bait… Read Full Report →