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Fishing Reports by Capt. Bob Bushholz


2022-10-19
10:08 AM

Mullet Run - It took a while but the fall mullet run is here on the Treasure Coast. It seems like the last couple years the fall mullet run began late and has been on the weak side compared to previous years. Jacks, snook, tarpon will be chasing these bait school more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2022-05-29
9:28 AM

Snook Time - As we head into the summer, we increase our livebaiting trips targeting Snook, jacks and tarpon. Pilchards, thread fin herring, croakers and mullet on circle hooks work great. Live bait trips are ideal for smaller groups up to 3 people. These trips r more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2022-04-06
4:54 PM

Bones, Pomps and More - Finally, starting to see some pompano come inshore after a slow winter. Along with the pomps in the flats, look for bonefish which will hit either shrimp or pompano jigs. Black drum bite has been very slow at the area bridges. Some sheepshead arou more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2022-01-29
2:38 PM

Winter Fishing in Stuart - As our water temperatures drop inshore, slow down your presentation as these fish tend to get sluggish. Outside along the beach, Spanish Mackerel are still around but are starting to thin out and also running smaller then what we seen back in Dece more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2021-09-18
5:16 AM

Here Snooky Snooky - This is my favorite time of the year fishing here on the Treasure Coast. The fall mullet run is on now thru the end of October. Billions of there baitfish will swim along the beach from the north and enter the inlets swimming inland. All this baitfis more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2021-08-07
7:44 AM

Fun in August - Bait schools are showing up here in Stuart and bringing with them some rodbenders. Along the beach look for snook, jacks and tarpon chowing down. Nearshore we have been catching some kingfish, bonita, barracuda and sailfish inside 3 miles on live bai more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2021-05-19
10:12 AM

Live Baiting in Stuart - From May thru October, we bump up our livebaiting trips targeting snook, jacks, tarpon, cubera snapper and sometimes even nearshore when seas are calm for king mackerel. These trips require an early departure at 7am so we can purchase our live baits more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2021-03-12
5:38 AM

Mac Attack - We have made it outside along the beach several times this season targeting Spanish Mackerel for the smoker. Most days they turn on after 9:30 am casting Gulfstream glass minnow jigs with a fast retrieve. We normally keep around 20 which makes plenty more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2020-12-01
7:35 PM

Transition Time - The past month we have been dealing with water releases into the South fork of the St. Lucie River. Water salinity is so low in the St. Lucie, I have been fishing mainly in the Indian River North where water quality is better. The black drum bite has more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2020-10-20
9:05 AM

Great Late Mullet Run Bite - We are more than halfway through the fall mullet run which happens each year in September and October. Targeting baitschools inshore and along the beach, look for snook, tarpon and jack crevalles tearing the baits up. Livebaiting finger mullet or art more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart

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