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Fishing Reports by Capt. Kevin Drennan


2009-04-28
8:50 AM

Stuart Area Offshore and In shore - Once again the wind is blowing over twenty knots and we are stuck in port. However we had a couple of nice days and we were able to put some fish in the box. A few dolphin are being caught but they have been scattered in different depths. We had a more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2009-04-14
9:36 AM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - High winds and a record breaking cold front, made it very difficult to fish so far in April. Water temperatures were in the sixties near shore. As it warmed up, the fishing slowly improved. The dolphin and sailfish bite remains slow , but It should p more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2009-03-31
2:54 PM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - The past two weeks have been packing winds of thirty miles per hour every day. Few boats have ventured out due to the unsafe conditions. Yesterday the weather finally let up and people were fishing again. There was not great action but a few fish we more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2009-03-15
9:53 AM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - It seems as if the winter winds are beginning to subside, and as it does , the water the water temps rise and the fishing heats up. The offshore bight has been inconsistent with a sails and dolphin, but closer to the beach , there are signs of life e more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2009-02-28
9:13 AM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - It has been tough to get offshore the past two weeks due to the windy conditions. The boats that could, have caught a mixed bag of sailfish and dolphin along with kings and bonita. The action has been spotty and should remain so until we get a consis more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2009-02-14
9:18 AM

Sauart Area Offshore and Inshore - After almost two weeks of freezing weather, south Florida is warming up. We had water temperatures in the mid fifties at one point which really shut down the fishing. As the warm up progressed, the sail and dolphin bite picked up. As the seas subside more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2009-01-28
8:30 AM

Stuart Area Inshore and Offshore - After a week of cold weather, we were able to get out and fish. The water temperatures were way down but it helped to put us back in the winter fishing pattern. The Spanish mackerel returned to Peck's Lake in great numbers. We limited out in no time more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2009-01-14
9:16 AM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - Due to the unseasonably warm weather, the sailfish bite off of Stuart has been spotty at best. There are some fish moving through but the majority of them are still being caught well north of us. Even the Spanish mackerel have thinned out at Peck's L more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2008-12-28
1:31 PM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - Sailfish, dolphin, kings, and Spanish mackerel are in decent numbers out of the St. Lucie inlet. Anyone that can get out on a given day is coming back with fish. Look for sails and dolphin from one hundred and twenty feet to two hundred and forty. Ki more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2008-12-12
11:56 AM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - The sailfish tournament season is in full swing and last week's Pirates Cove contest set a record for the number of fish caught. Two hundred and seventy five sailfish were released by fifteen boats fishing for three days. All of these fish were caugh more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart

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