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Fishing Reports by Capt. Mark Rosen


2017-06-03
8:49 AM

Off shore of Bethel shoals - After last week's blow the water was dirty and cold but as this week progressed, the water warmed back up and cleared up. The last few trips to the snapper hole were difficult we were able to put a catch together but really had to work at moving arou more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2017-05-21
11:09 AM

Fort pierce fishing - Well after a week of being land locked due high winds and seas we finally got a trip off, and that trip was almost canceled. We went to the 6 mile reef seas were mostly 3 foot but really close together I was able to make 12 knots. The fishing was sl more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2017-05-15
6:15 PM

Dolpin at the snapper hole - I took a group of 4 out to the snapper hole 13 miles NE of Fort Pierce inlet. The seas were 2 to 3 but a lot more three's in the mix. The current was strong as well, between the 3 foot seas and the strong current my minkota trolling motor couldn't ke more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2017-05-10
9:14 PM

Mutton snapper at the snapper hole - I took a group out to the south end of the snapper hole. The depth was 80 feet, the sea surface temperature was 76 degrees, and the clarity was around 30 feet. Seas were dead flat and there was virtually no current. My minkota held us all day and use more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2017-05-06
4:27 PM

The reefs are hot - I took 5 guys out to the snapper hole the other day. Seas were flat in the morning sea surface temperature was just over 75 degrees there was a strong current requiring us to increase the amount of lead to 6 and 8 ounces. My Minkota I-Pilot was worki more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2017-04-27
9:15 PM

Trigger fish at the snapper hole - I took a charter out to the snapper hole yesterday. The s eas were 2 to 3 foot out of the north east. The first spot is 12 miles NE of Fort Pierce inlet. The reef is in 80 feet of water and comes up 10 feet. The water clarity was great with at least more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2017-04-12
9:19 PM

Father and son on the river fishing - Today I had a father and his 6 year old son for a fishing trip in the river. The wind was blowing hard east veering to south east. The water temperature was 74 degrees and we had a strong incoming current. Visibility in the river was about 2 feet d more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2017-04-05
8:08 AM

Trolling at the Amazon Wreck - I had a son and his 82 year old dad on the boat 4 days of fishing. The marine forecast was wrong 3 out of the 4 days but thanks to the sea buoy I was able to determine that despite the forecast we could fish. The first day we went bottom fishing at t more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2017-03-22
6:49 AM

snook in Ft Pierce - We fished the inlet yesterday in the hunt for snook. We had an outgoing current to start the day, we were using live grunts I caught 2 day earlier on a bottom fishing trip. I used my minkota trolling motor to keep us in the 20 to 35 foot depth level. more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2017-03-13
9:03 AM

The snapper hole continues to be the spot - I have 2 great trips to the reef this week. Both days I ran to the snapper hole the first day I started at the north end the water clarity wasn't as good as I normally see it the sea surface temoriture was 73 degrees there were a lot of spinner shark more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie

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