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Fishing Reports by Capt. Bob Bushholz


2013-07-09
11:10 AM

Water Quality Key to Success - The past couple of weeks I have been avoiding the St. Lucie Inlet area on the outgoing tide due to the current water releases from Lake Okeechobee. Our last trip we did fish the last few of hours of incoming hoping to see some cleaner water but it re more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2013-06-21
10:57 AM

Follow the Bait - Still banging on the structures north of my marina at Four Fish. The past few weeks we have been seeing an increase in glass minnow around pilings and bridges. Tripletail, flounder, sheepshead and all three inshore snappers have been decent on most d more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2013-05-29
12:23 PM

Early for Trout - Starting in the grass flats, the trout bite has been decent in the mornings fishing just off spoil islands and docks on the east side of the Indian River. Live and gulp shrimp on the drop-offs along with DOA glow shrimp under the docks. However, we h more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2013-05-10
8:53 AM

St. Lucie, Indian River Transition to Tripletail and Flounder - Still seeing some scattered pompano and mackerel in the St. Lucie River but their time is about up. Some small snook and mangrove snappers under the docks along Sewell's Point. We did catch a few bonefish in the crossroads the other day bouncing Joe' more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2013-05-02
7:30 PM

St. Lucie Area: Mackerel Plenty, Pompano Scarce, Sheepshead Fat - We continue to see spanish mackerel roaming around in the St. Lucie River near Hell's Gate. They have been hitting on Capt. Joe's green mackerel jigs. The best time in this area has been the outgoing tide. Sheepshead seem to be spread out all over. more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2013-04-24
2:33 PM

Mixed Bag on The St. Lucie River - The St. Lucie River continues to hold a mixed bag of Spanish Mackerel, sheephead, mangrove snapper and snook, fishing just outside the docks along Sewell's Point. Fishing has been decent for the most part, except for days when the wind and current ar more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2013-04-12
9:04 AM

Good Mixed Bag of Fish, Pompano Scattered - I've been spending the majority of my trips lately in the St. Lucie River fishing docks and a few holes. Under the docks, mostly snook, black drum, sheepshead and mangrove snapper on live bait, gulp and DOA shrimp. Drifting across drop-offs with trol more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2013-03-28
10:14 AM

Nicer Weather, Better Fishing - The weather has been a little crazy lately with cold fronts and lots of wind but should settle down nicely for the weekend. We have been fishing the St. Lucie River quite a bit in the Hell's Gate area with a wide variety of fish. Under the docks alon more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2013-03-07
6:03 PM

Fish Structure for Sheepshead, Snook and Mangrove Snapper - Still getting a few pompano in different locations but the bite is still slow for this time of year. Been doing lots of structure fishing lately with a mixture of sheepshead over four pounds, snook under the slot with mangrove snapper and a few floun more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2013-02-24
4:54 PM

Pompano Remain Scattered - Not a lot has changed over the past few weeks. Pompano remain scattered in the Sailfish Flats and around the Stuart Causeway. A mixture of blue runners, ladyfish, jacks and a few bonefish have been bending the rods also in these areas. Bouncing troll more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart

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