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Port St. Lucie Fishing Reports


2018-02-15
12:39 PM

South Indian River Fishing Report - Inshore: Winter has lost its grip on the Treasure Coast finally. It's still windy out and that will be the norm for several more months. They will still dictate where and when you might get out to enjoy the fishing. The water quality is poor bo more...
Capt. Charlie Conner - Port St. Lucie


2018-02-08
2:48 PM

South Indian River Fishing Report - Inshore: February continues to bring challenging weather most days with winds and the usual weekly cold fronts. We have been getting one or two days a week that is milder. It has warmed up this week and we shouldn't have much more cool weather i more...
Capt. Charlie Conner - Port St. Lucie


2018-01-18
4:56 AM

South Indian River Fishing Report - South Indian River Fishing Report 1/17 Inshore: 2018 has started off with winter moving in and cooling things down quite a bit. Wind, rain and cold have made the first part of January a real challenge to get out and enjoy the fishing. Wat more...
Capt. Charlie Conner - Port St. Lucie


2018-01-02
3:23 PM

South Indian River Fishing Report - January Fishing Forecast Happy New Year! In past several years, January has traditionally been a cold month around the Treasure Coast. Hopefully, 2018 will show us another mild winter and you won't have to worry about the water temperatures as m more...
Capt. Charlie Conner - Port St. Lucie


2017-12-24
4:01 PM

Lane Snapper at the snapper hole - I was back at the snapper hole again. The seas were nice and flat, sea temperature was 75 degrees. The water clarity still wasn't very good only about 10 feet. We had constant action all day. Lots of nice size lane snapper and vermilion snapper, more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2017-12-23
8:45 AM

Red Grouper for dinner - Took a 3 person group out to the snapper hole, the weather doesn't get better then this for December flat seas. The sea surface temperature was 75 degrees clarity was a bit cloudy with only about 10 feet of visibility. There was action all day long t more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2017-12-04
4:08 PM

South Indian River Fishing Report - December Fishing Forecast: Here it is December already and the Holidays are almost upon us. Where has this year gone? I must say 2017 has been another great year for fishing all along the Treasure Coast. Both inshore and offshore have provided an more...
Capt. Charlie Conner - Port St. Lucie


2017-11-29
8:26 AM

Grouper at the snapper hole - I took a father and son out to the snapper hole. It has been tough finding days that are calm enough to fish. The seas were 2 to 3 but very close together I had to slow down to 12knotts to avoid pounding and reduce the amount of splash the winds were more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2017-11-10
11:52 AM

Red Grouper at the snapper hole - The snapper hole has been hot so we went back again, its 12 miles NE of Fort Pierce Inlet The snapper hole is really misnamed it's not a hole but actually a fairly large area of natural reef. The area is easily a few miles wide and 6 to 8 miles long. more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2017-11-02
1:52 PM

South Indian River Fishing Report - November Fishing Forecast November is always a fun month to enjoy the fishing along the Treasure Coast. We are in the middle of our winter transition and you can also count on cooler temperatures that will start the thermometer sliding when it co more...
Capt. Charlie Conner - Port St. Lucie

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