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Fishing Reports by Capt. Kevin Drennan


2013-04-03
8:42 AM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - March was a wild month with some record low temperatures and windy conditions, but we managed to get some decent fishing in. The dolphin bite has really picked up. We had several trips with multiple hookups and were able boat a few decent fish. Trol more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2013-02-25
2:27 PM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - Offshore fishing in the Stuart area has been picking up lately thanks to the arrival of large schools of threadfin herring off of the old Holiday Inn. We went through plenty of sabicki rigs as small sharks and cudas attacked the baits as we were brin more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2013-01-18
12:44 PM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - It has been warm and windy with temperatures in the eighties. The water temps have been holding in the mid to high seventies and the usual winter fishing bite is a bit out of kilter. Sailfish should be pushing through in large numbers but they have n more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2012-11-28
9:20 AM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - It has been over a month since we have been able t get offshore but we finally got out yesterday. Spanish mackerel were busting all around us about a mile south of the St. Lucie Inlet. We were hooking up on just about every cast using green glass min more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2012-09-24
3:13 PM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - We are deep into the rainy season and it seems at times it will never end. Runoff from all the precipitation has clouded up the rivers and the inlet area with dirty fresh water. To add to our woes, the locks that connect the St. Lucie River to Lake O more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2012-08-16
4:23 PM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - Cold water has been moving in and out near the St. Lucie inlet. When it is in the bait moves out and the fishing gets tough. The current has also been moving pretty fast which makes the bottom fishing harder. Sardines have moved in around the Bull Sh more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2012-07-12
9:46 AM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - Fishing in the past month has not been easy. Tropical Storm Debby dropped a lot of rain but as it moved on the bite improved. Dolphin are scattered and have been hard to come across unless you go out to six hundred feet or more. The sailfish bite has more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2012-06-14
1:19 PM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - The fishing has been decent but we had to work hard to put fish in the box lately. We had several good bottom fishing trips south of the inlet. We limited out on vermillion snapper along with some lanes, trigger fish, and plenty of porgy. Several und more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2012-05-14
9:43 AM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - May started out peaceful and calm but chopped up after the full moon. We had some great bottom fishing for vermilions, lanes, triggers and porgy and we are looking forward to the opening of sea bass on June 1st. Our last trip started out slow. We ha more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2012-04-12
11:08 AM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - The dolphin bite has been slow lately. Some are being caught but the numbers are just not where they should be. We have seen a decent amount of sailfish and some king mackerel chasing bait in sixty to eighty feet of water south of the St. Lucie inlet more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart

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