The Sunday fished the TCBA last weekend and caught several nice dolphins, but none in the winners circle! May 30 was good for one 25 lb and several smaller and a 22lb king. This 35 lb cobia was Sunday on Dr Lerner’s 4-0-Silk! Fish hard, Henry, Sunday Charters. Com
Welcome aboard the Reel Busy and to our St. Lucie Inlet Fishing Report. The dolphin bite slowed to a crawl last week and we did allot of hunting to catch a few dolphin. Although the conditions were on the sporty side the last couple of days we had a decent dolphin bite catching 7 and 8 dolphin up to 20 pounds.
We’ve been finding our best dolphin bite out deep in 600 to 700 feet of water for a few weeks now but had a decent bite from 150 feet to 300 feet yesterday. The dolphin and the weeds are scattered about so you can expect to do a little bit of hunting but the easterly breezes should concentrate more dolphin closer to shore by the weekend.
Sailfish, dolphin, tuna, wahoo and marlin are all possibilities this time of year so get offshore and hunt’em down. Good Luck and we’ll see you on the water, Capt. Wayne Brodeur, Reel Busy Charters 772-341-6609
Welcome aboard the Reel Busy and to our St. Lucie Inlet fishing report. We’ve been catching 7 to 10 Dolphin on most of fishing charters but it was lock and load yesterday.
We kept pushing offshore till we found a decent edge without the abundance of scattered weed and ended up in 700 to 800 feet of water. We caught 23 dolphin, all 5 to 10 pounds and released a sailfish.
There’s been a few dolphin in closer to shore from 150 to 300 feet but we’ve had our best action in 550 to 750 feet of water for the last week or so. Although they’ve been scattered about like the weeds there’s a lot of dolphin pushing through right now. Catch you later, Capt. Wayne Brodeur, Reel Busy Charters 772-341-6609
Welcome aboard the Reel Busy and to our St. Lucie Inlet Fishing Report. The weather kept us at the dock most of the week but we finally got out yesterday and the dolphin we’re eager to play the game.
We fished several weed lines in 100 to 200 feet of water yesterday and didn’t find much current so we ventured on out and ended up in 750 feet of water on a weed line full of large mattes of Sargasso weed.
We had a steady dolphin bite for most of the day catching , losing and releasing allot of dolphin. We came home with 17 dolphin from 5 to 10 pounds and lost or threw back another dozen or so.
There wasn’t as many dolphin caught closer to shore yesterday but most of the 15 to 25 pound dolphin caught yesterday were in 150 to 200 feet of water. The dolphin fishing should be this month so get out there and catch a few. Catch you later, Capt. Wayne Brodeur, Reel Busy Charters 772-341-6609