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Fishing Reports by Capt. Kevin Drennan


2011-06-25
9:13 AM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - The dolphin bite has slowed down but sailfish are being caught in good numbers for this time of year. Most are being caught from one hundred and twenty to one hundred and sixty feet of water. Blackfin tuna are being boated at Push Button Hill but it more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2011-05-31
2:38 PM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - May has been a fairly windy month and June is starting out the same way. Winds for the next few days are forecast to be fifteen to twenty miles per hour. Live bait has been hit and miss with no real pattern to it. The cobia bite, which had been red h more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2011-05-14
8:34 AM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - The cobia bite remained red hot last week as fish were caught at the Sandpile and the Bull Shark Barge. We had a late start on a trip last week and as we passed Sandsprit Park we saw bait in the water all the way up to the Crossroads. We loaded up on more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2011-04-24
10:50 AM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - The fishing in the past couple of weeks has had its ups and downs. We had a couple of good bottom trips off of the Loran Tower and limited out on beeliners and also caught plenty of lanes porgy and trigger fish. Unfortunately on our third trip to the more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2011-04-05
1:39 PM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - Fishing offshore has been a bit spotty lately but there a been some bright spots. The sail fish and dolphin bite has been hit and miss. Some boats do well and others do nothing because the fish are so spread out. One day they are in a hundred feet an more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2011-03-15
2:44 PM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - It has been windy off and on the past two weeks but some decent fish have been caught. Sailfish and some dolphin are being boated in decent numbers from one hundred and sixty feet out. Amberjack are on the wrecks along with an occasional cobia. Botto more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2011-02-28
1:18 PM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - The fishing has not changed much in the past two weeks due to cool water outside the inlet. Horn bellies are about the only bait to be found except for the Evans Crary Bridge rubble which is in sixty five feet of water southeast of the inlet. We foun more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2011-02-15
4:04 PM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - Cobia have moved into the area and are being caught on live baits and jigs. Last week we saw several boated while we were catching sardines at the Evans Crary Bridge rubble. Later in the day we ran into schools of manta rays in a hundred feet of wate more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2011-01-30
3:52 PM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - The weather has for the most part has been good and so has the fishing. The sailfish bite has slowed down a bit but fish are still being caught along with a decent amount of dolphin being boated. Throw in a wahoo or two and the first signs of cobia m more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart


2011-01-13
2:44 PM

Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore - The sail fish bite continues to sizzle as each tournament in the area produces record setting numbers of fish released. Plenty of dolphin and some blackfin tuna are being caught in good numbers. Just south of the St. Lucie I more...
Capt. Kevin Drennan - Stuart

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