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Bottom fishing 60 feet of water

Capt. Mark Rosen
October 3, 2016
Port St. Lucie - Saltwater Fishing Report

We had another great day at the 60 foot mark, east of Fort Pierce inlet. The water was fairly calm with good clarity, probably 30 feet down visibility, and 84 degrees water temperature. I had a four person charter from ITEX on board. One of them unfortunately got sick, up late the night before and drinking beer not a good thing before a fishing trip, but the rest caught a lot of fish. We boated 3 Mangrove snapper up to 22", 15 lane snapper up to 16" and a few albacore Jacks. Lots of grunts as well. They brought up 4 nurse sharks the largest was around 10 feet. There was a lot of bait in the area mostly a mixture of sardines and horn bellies. I used a Sebeka rod to get live bait. We also cut sardines up for cut bait. They were also using cut squid and cut grunts. By 1 pm the wind shifted from west to south east and picked up. The seas started building to 3 feet with a few fours mixed in and they got closer together. With one person already not feeling well we decided to call it a day and headed back to the boat ramp.

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I specialize in groups of 4 or less anglers. I have 2 boats a 20 foot flats boat and a 24 foot center console I charge by the person not the trip

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Port St. Lucie Fishing Charters
6130 NW Duke Circle
Port St. Lucie, FL 34983
Phone: 772-340-7440
Alt. Phone: 609-558-5858
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