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Fishing Reports by Capt. Mark Rosen


2017-11-10
11:52 AM

Red Grouper at the snapper hole - The snapper hole has been hot so we went back again, its 12 miles NE of Fort Pierce Inlet The snapper hole is really misnamed it's not a hole but actually a fairly large area of natural reef. The area is easily a few miles wide and 6 to 8 miles long. more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2017-09-21
12:29 PM

We are up and running - The storms have had me stuck at the dock due to rough seas. The boat did not sustain any damage, once the seas lie down I am ready to hit the reefs. There hasn't been any fishing pressure on the reefs in weeks once every thing settles down it should more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2017-09-03
9:57 AM

Great day with a marginal weather forecast - I took 3 members of the Port ST Lucie Anglers club out to the snapper hole. The ramp area was virtually empty. The forecast was one that required accurate interpretation the seas were listed at 3 to 4 feet generally above my comfort level. But the w more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2017-08-31
10:35 AM

New experiance for couple from the MIdwest - I took a couple from the Midwest out to the close reef .The weather forecast was for 3 to 4 foot seas but the weather buoy said the seas were 2 feet so we stayed close instead of running off shore. These people were accustom to catching largemouth ba more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2017-07-30
11:12 AM

@ large sharks caught - I took a father and son along with a member from the Port St Lucie fishing club out to the snapper hole. Seas were light with a 5 knot south west wind. Seat surface temperature was 81 degrees and water clarity was around 30 feet. The bottom fishing r more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2017-07-23
9:38 AM

Family trip - I completed a trip I donated to the Port St Anglers club yesterday for their annual kids fishing contest. The Lewis family, Mom, Dad and 2 sons had a great day on the water weather was perfect one foot seas. Light wind out of the south east. We heade more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2017-07-19
7:14 PM

Bottom fishing - I took a father and his 2 sons out to the reef today. The water clarity was amazing and sea temperature was 82 degrees. Seas were dead flat with a very slight breeze current was running pretty good requiring 6 ounces of lead t ho; d bottom. The oldes more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2017-06-29
9:33 AM

cobia at the snapper hole - I took 2 couples out to the snapper hole yesterday A mother and Daughter and a father and 7 year old son. Weather was perfect extremely light winds and flat seas. Sea temperature was 80 degrees and at least 30 feet of visibility. The last couple of d more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2017-06-25
4:26 PM

Red Snapper - I took a couple from Texas out to the north end of the snapper hole. This was their first fishing trip in the ocean. Seas were 2 to 3 foot and the current was running fairly strong, we were near a new moon. The sea temperature was 79 degrees and wate more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2017-06-18
5:17 PM

ARK Tournamant - Yesterday Charles Brantley, Earl Ashton, Chet Kitchen, Vicky Gaunt and I fishing the KDW benefit tournament for ARC of Martin County. We department my house at 5:30 in the morning. We broke St Lucie inlet at 6:30 and headed to an area in 50 feet of more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie

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