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Fishing Reports by Capt. Bob Bushholz


2014-03-19
2:45 PM

Fishing's Hot, Pompano Cold - Inshore fishing in the Stuart area remains hot with the only exception being pompano. We continue to see plenty of black drum to eight pounds around area structures. Scattered mackerel action around the Stuart Causeway and in the St. Lucie River near more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2014-03-15
4:25 PM

Fishing in the Stuart area remains Excellent - Fishing in the Stuart area remains excellent with a wide variety to choose from. Lately in the inlet area there has been plenty of sheepshead along the north side drifting and jigging shrimp along the bottom. We have actually seen more bonefish than more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2014-03-13
10:57 AM

Nice Assortment and Tripletail Remain Hot - Quite an assortment the past few days with bonefish, porkfish, sennet, black drum, sheepshead, mangrove snapper and plenty of tripletail. We have been seeing black drum on docks, bridges and channel markers up to 10 lbs. Sennet, bonefish, porkfish a more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2014-03-10
8:29 PM

St. Lucie Tripletail Bite is On - Inshore fishing in the Stuart area has really heated up the past week . Although the pompano bite remains on the slow side, big sheepshead to four pounds have been common in the inlet area with a few snook and bonefish mixed in. Black drum to nine lb more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2014-03-05
10:56 AM

Sheepshead Steady - Tripletail on the Horizon - The St. Lucie Inlet continues to hold some very nice sheepshead to four pounds on both incoming and outgoing tides. We seem to do best drifting when the wind and current are in the same direction. Shrimp and trollrites bouncing along the bottom works more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2014-03-03
11:08 AM

Sheepshead, Pompano and Black Drum - Still seeing some big sheepshead mainly in the St. Lucie Inlet, but seem to be scattered throughout our waterways. Pompano continue playing hard to get, but have seen a few lately on Joe's pompano jigs. Black drum to eight pounds at both the dime a more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2014-02-22
2:13 PM

Spanish Mackerel, Sheepshead & Black Drum - Hell's Gate has been holding some decent spanish mackerel the past week. Bouncing Joes jigging spoons along the bottom have been working best. Sheepshead have been spread out at the bridges but most have been in the inlet with some running just over more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2014-02-20
7:27 PM

Find Structure to Find Fish - Structure fishing has been most productive on our Stuart Florida Fishing Charters. Sheepshead, black drum and mangrove snapper have been topping the list. Pompano and spanish mackerel are around inshore but remain scattered. Outside, the macs remain more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2014-02-01
4:00 PM

Waiting for Pompano - Everyone's waiting on the Treasure Coast for the pompano bite to turn on. We have seen a few in the crossroads, hells gate and around the Stuart Causeway but the pompano so far have been scattered at best. Also mixed in at the Stuart Causeway have be more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2014-01-02
6:04 PM

Good Fishing Inshore Away from Wind - The last few weeks have been on the windy side to say the least but luckily we fish inshore and have plenty of places to hide. The most productive areas have been the Hells Gate section of the St. Lucie River and the inlet itself. The majority of the more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart

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