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Fishing Reports by Capt. Kevin Drennan


2014-09-22
4:54 PM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - Fall is here and changes in the fishing patterns are coming. Snook season has opened and we are off to a good start. They are being caught off the beaches in the mullet schools that are moving through. They are also in the rivers at the bridges and t more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2014-07-19
3:53 PM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - The fishing has been pretty decent in the last month with the abundance of live bait outside of the St. Lucie Inlet. Sardines can be found on the Bull Shark Barge as well as the Sandpile. There are bonita just about anywhere you go and we caught them more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2014-05-17
8:22 AM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - It has been a very windy April and May has started out the same but we were still able to get a few trips in. Dolphin are being caught in decent numbers with some fish up to thirty five pounds in water from one hundred and twenty to three hundred fe more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2014-03-07
8:52 AM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - We have been catching plenty of Spanish mackerel south of the St. Lucie Inlet. A lot of them have been jumbos which are great for smoking. Some days they can be trolled with glass minnow jigs but when they are on the bottom, we tip the jig with a pie more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2014-02-28
7:37 AM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - We have been catching plenty of Spanish mackerel south of the St. Lucie Inlet. A lot of them have been jumbos which are great for smoking. Some days they can be trolled with glass minnow jigs but when they are on the bottom, we tip the jig with a pie more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2013-12-18
6:57 AM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - The sailfish tournament season has kicked off and some decent numbers of fish have been caught. As we move into the new year, we expect the cold fronts to bring more fish our way. The dolphin bite has been hit and miss with fish being caught from eig more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2013-10-20
4:10 PM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - The dolphin bite has steadily picked up in the past two weeks as both schoolies and bigger fish are being boated in good numbers. Most of these fish are being caught on trolled ballyhoo near rips and weed lines form eighty to two hundred feet out. Th more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2013-08-17
9:28 AM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - It has been a wet summer which definitely has had an effect on the fishing. Run off and dirty water made it very difficult to find live bait. The mahi bite has been spotty with a sail or two being hooked from one hundred feet of water and out to arou more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2013-06-23
8:09 PM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - We had a mixed bag of fishing the past month catching just about everything out there. The dolphin bite has been on and off, but when it turns on, plenty of fish are being caught. Sailfish are being caught in very good numbers in the bait pods near s more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2013-05-13
2:12 PM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - The month of April and the first week of May gave us a great dolphin bite. The fish were widespread and we were catching several on every trip. It has tapered off in the past few days probably due to the west winds which scatter the fish. Blackfin tu more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart

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