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Fishing Reports by Capt. Bob Bushholz


2017-08-08
11:31 AM

Early Mullet Run - Seems the finger mullet are showing up early this year which is fine by me. Last year was a different story with heavy releases from Lake Okeechobee which dropped salinity and slowed down the mullet run which normally kicks in early September. It' more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2017-07-06
4:28 PM

Summer Mode - Now is a great time of the year for live-baiting targeting snook, jacks and tarpon south around the St. Lucie Inlet. Live mullet, pilchards and greenies on circle hooks are the ticket. Outside near the sand pile, look for cobia, kingfish, bonita and more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2017-07-03
11:55 AM

Bait is Back - We have been spending more time fishing north lately with cleaner water and more baitfish. The last few weeks we went from drought conditions to lots of rain here on the Treasure Coast. No water releases from Lake Okeechobee but lots of runoff south more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2017-04-25
8:57 AM

Super Clean Water - Water quality here on the Treasure Coast is fantastic with no releases from Lake Okeechobee for quite some time. Water color at dead low tide is cleaner than high tide 6 months ago. Pompano, spanish mackerel and bonefish are still around. The shee more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2017-03-17
8:46 PM

Spring in Stuart - It's been a pretty mild winter keeping the water temps on the high side. Pompano remains slow inshore but I expect that to change real soon. Baitfish that were not around are slowly making a show both inshore and offshore which should improve the flo more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2017-02-24
11:12 AM

Pompano Time - We are finally starting to see some pompano on the Treasure Coast and the bite should continue to pick up thru April. The Sailfish Flats, Crossroads and areas in the St. Lucie River are holding pompano to 3 lbs. Snook near area bridges and docks. The more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2017-02-03
8:35 AM

Open Season on Snook - Snook season is now open thru May with 1 fish pp with a 28 - 32 slot. Spanish mackerel are running big up to 5lbs just south of the St. Lucie Inlet. The sheepshead bite in the inlet is very strong with fish up 4 lbs. and LOTS of them. Black drum an more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2017-01-24
9:40 AM

Mack Attack - In the last few weeks, the Spanish mackerel bite has improved with larger mackerel running 3-5 lbs. and hitting on Gulfstream minnow jigs. Best bite is normally after 10am. There are also some snappers and sheepshead outside along the reefs. more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2017-01-04
4:44 PM

Happy New Year - Inshore fishing remains strong here on the Treasure Coast. Snook are still in the St. Lucie Inlet and area bridges with catch and release till February 1st. Tripletail and flounder can be found in both Indian and St. Lucie Rivers. With water releases more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2016-12-08
4:50 PM

Great Fishing - Since the Army Corp stopped the releases from Lake Okeechobee 3 weeks ago, fishing has been getting better and better. Congratulations to Jason Fellion for landing our 60th tripletail of the season, a nice 9 pounder caught on the Indian River last we more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart

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