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A Mixed Bag

Hello Fish Fans, Welcome to our St. Lucie Inlet Fishing Report. It’s been a mixed bag the last few weeks, some days good, some not so much and some days too sporty for fishing. KIMG1053_01

Sailfish are still pushing through in waves providing multiple hookups in-between the quiet time. We’ve been catching 3 to 5 sailfish on most days but when the seas flatten out it’s been a struggle to get 1 or 2 bites.  There’s still allot of sailfish upstate so we should continue to have a good sailfish bite for the next several weeks.

The dolphin/mahi mahi and blackfin tuna are starting to trickle in. We’re usually catching more dolphin and tuna this time of year so it won’t be long before they start showing up in numbers. Most of the dolphin have been 10 to 20 pounds but Capt. Pat Price on the Daymaker weighed one in last week of 44 pounds.

Manta Rays have been showing up from the St. Lucie Inlet to the Ft. Pierce Inlet and Cobia are showing up around the usual reefs and wrecks. The springtime fish are starting to show up and the winter fish are still hanging around so get offshore and catch some fish.KIMG1091_01

I’ll be back reel soon with another St. Lucie Inlet Fishing Report. Catch you later, Capt. Wayne Brodeur, Reel Busy Charters 772-341-6609 www.reelbusycharters.com