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Fishing Reports by Capt. Bob Bushholz


2014-06-10
6:23 PM

Waiting for Flounder - I just returned from a fun time in Islamorada. I'm seeing super clean water in the St. Lucie Inlet on the incoming tide. Kinda like fishing in an aquarium. Water temps are up to 85 degrees, so get out early if you want to fish shallow. The inlet h more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2014-05-23
4:09 PM

Jacks, Snook and Tarpon taking Live Baits - Been fishing south around the inlet for the past month mixing it up with artificials, shrimp and pilchards. Look for jacks, snook and tarpon eating up the live baits in the inlet, seawalls and bridges. Spawning time for the snook is near so time to s more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2014-05-13
9:32 AM

Last Chance to Keep Snook - We are getting into our summer pattern here in Stuart with snook and big jacks in the inlet and along the beaches. Also look for an increase in tarpon in the crossroads area. Only a few more weeks left in the snook season. June thru August - it's more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2014-04-28
11:15 AM

Bonefish Surprise in Stuart - We have been seeing a huge increase in the bonefish population on our Stuart fishing charters. Two areas to find them are in the crossroads and sailfish flats. We actually broke a record the other day catching 6 on a half day charter. Bouncing live more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2014-04-07
7:55 PM

Seek Structure for Success - Structure fishing remains good with tripletail, black drum and sheepshead topping the keeper list. The St. Lucie Inlet has been unpredictable since the recent blow. A few pompano scattered in the crossroads and sailfish flats along with jacks, ladyfi more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2014-03-22
1:18 PM

Fishing Remains Good, Large Tripletail - Fishing remains good in most areas with black drum, sheepshead, snapper, tripletail, ladyfish, jacks and a few pompano and spanish mackerel keeping our rods bent. Congratulations to Gabe Coconate with catching our largest tripletail so far this year more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


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

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