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Fishing Reports by Capt. Kevin Drennan


2008-11-30
3:00 PM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - Forty degree mornings as cold front after cold front pushed through the Stuart area, kept us off the water until the nice weather moved in the past week. The fishing improved greatly as saifish, mahi, kings and Spanish mackerel moved in. The Spanish more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2008-11-11
8:18 AM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - Fishing has been good when the weather has permitted going offshore. More sailfish and dolphin are being caught as each cold front moves through, but the downside is that the seas kick up also. Blackfin tuna are also being caught in decent numbers at more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2008-10-26
7:30 AM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - It has been tough trying to fish offshore the past two weeks but we did manage to get out a couple of times and catch a few fish. There was blackfin tuna in three hundred feet which we caught trolling jet heads and rattle jets. Further in we were abl more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2008-10-08
8:36 AM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - We have caught a lot of fish the past two weeks and variety was the key. Off shore blackfin tuna were caught around Push Button Hill in good numbers. They were small but made for some great eating. We had a dozen on a trip last Saturday when some fri more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2008-09-23
8:50 AM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - Brown, fresh water from Lake O is still pouring through the locks into the St. Lucie River and out the inlet into the ocean. This situation has made it very difficult to find live threadfins or sardines to fish with. Most offshore anglers are troll more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2008-09-07
10:22 AM

Stuart Area Inshore and Offshore - The final rainfall total from Fay was over twenty inches of rain for the Stuart area. Brown runoff water stretched for miles and still lingers in some parts of the ocean and the rivers. To add to our misery, The Army Corps of Engineers have opened t more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2008-08-20
7:30 AM

Stuar Area Inshore and Offshore - Tropical Storm Fay has dumped over ten inches of rain on us in the last two days and it will be a couple of days more before we can get out to fish. Before the storm, we had some great days of fishing with kings taking the center stage. Last week we more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2008-08-07
10:01 AM

Stuart Area Inshore and Offshore - It has been a fun couple of weeks fishing out of the St. Lucie Inlet. Good weather, calm seas and plenty of live bait have made our charters successful. The sailfish bite has been excellent for this time of year. We have had at least one on just more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2008-07-23
8:18 AM

Stuart Area Inshore and Offshore - The summer fishing pattern has taken hold and the variety of species available to anglers are staggering. It seems that when one bite slows another gets red hot. Cobia and big bull sharks have been all over the Bull Shark Reef south of the St. Lucie more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2008-07-08
8:33 AM

Stuart Area Inshore and Offshore - The last two weeks have been very exciting fishing out of Stuart. Cobia, sailfish, bonita, kings, and snook, have been caught regularly. Last week the Bull Shark reef loaded up with cobia and every boat that pulled up had at least one while many had more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart

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