April 08, 2016 by FG Stalker

Trip Info

The Catch

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 24 inches of 30lbs fluorocarbon leader with a 4 O circle hook. Have fun and practice catch and release.

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