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Summer Sailfish Bite

Capt. Wayne Brodeur
July 29, 2020
Stuart - Saltwater Fishing Report

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Hello Fish Fans. The summer sailfish bite has been excellent off the coast of Stuart Florida and we're expecting more of the same this month.

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We're catching 3 to 5 sails on most of our sailfish charters and had the good fortune of catching 9 on Monday. We're catching sailfish and you can too just give us a call and we'll hook you up with a great sailfish experience.

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The dolphin fishing's been hit and miss. We're catching a few mixed in with the sailfish but have found the best bite in the deeper waters of the gulfstream. We caught 25 dolphin and jumped off or missed another dozen on Saturday. Packs of small dolphin of 4 to 10 pounds are meandering north with the gulfstream currents foraging in the Sargasso weed.

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We haven't been catching as many blackfin tuna as we were a month ago but the ones were catching are all 15 to 25 pounds. Blackfin tuna, sailfish and dolphin will continue to be scattered about on the edge of the gulfstream currents.

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Get hooked up with Reel Busy Charters, Stuart Florida, Sailfish Capital of the World. Let's Go Catch'm. Captain Wayne Brodeur 772-341-6609

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Sport fishing charters leaving from Stuart Florida. Fish the gulf stream with Captain Wayne aboard the Reel Busy.

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Reel Busy Charters
4307 SE Bayview St
Stuart, FL 34997
Phone: 772-341-6609
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