Get Hooked Up

Hello Fish Fans and welcome to our St. Lucie Inlet Fishing Report. The offshore fishing the last few weeks has been pitifully slow and weather cancellations have been abundant. The lack of cold fronts kept hundreds if not thousands of sailfish 80 to 100 miles north of the St. Lucie Inlet. There’s been a slow pick of sailfish, dolphin and kingfish but with rapid fire cold fronts the last two weeks there’s a red hot bite on the way.

Get hooked up with your favorite charter boat and take advantage of the weather window moving in. There’s been allot more bait showing up the last ten days and the fish are never too far behind. It looks like the wind and seas are settling a bit this weekend and the conditions are looking good till the next front rolls in next weekend.KIMG1014_01

Hope to be back with an awesome fishing report in 7 to 10 days. Good luck and we’ll catch you later. Capt. Wayne Brodeur, Reel Busy Charters 772-341-6609 www.reelbusycharters.comKIMG1016_02

Plenty of Kingfish

Hello Fish Fans and welcome to our St. Lucie Inlet Fishing Report. Thankfully there’s been plenty of Kingfish around to bend the rods because there’s  been allot of quiet time in-between the sailfish and dolphin bites.

The lack of cold fronts has apparently slowed the sailfish migration to a crawl.  We’ll catch a couple one day and be lucky to catch 0ne the next.  Hopefully the next cool front will push more sailfish into the neighborhood. KIMG0985_01

We’ve been catching a few dolphin but they’ve been hit and miss the last week or two. We’ll catch 4 or 5 one day and never see one the next.  There’s always a few dolphin around so I’d expect the dolphin bite to pick up again soon.KIMG0973_01

The fish tend to migrate through in waves this time of year so  I gotta believe we’ll have a better sailfish and dolphin bite this week. Happy New year, Capt. Wayne Brodeur 772-341-6609 KIMG0979_01