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Fishing Reports by Capt. Mark Rosen


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


2017-03-04
7:08 AM

The snapper hole continues to be the spot - I had one day with good weather this week and had a 4 person charter ready to fish 2 couples neither wife ever fished before. We headed out to the snapper hole seas were less than 2 feet and with an 8 second period. The water out there was clear and more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2017-02-23
8:30 AM

bottom fishing - I took a charter out to the snapper hole 12 miles north east of Fort Pierce Inlet. The forecast was marginal but the sea buoy said the seas were 2.5 feet so we decided to give it a try. The seas were out of the south east and were more like 3 to 4 an more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2017-02-12
6:29 PM

Lanes still at the snapper hole - I took a father and 2 sons out yesterday to the snapper hole. The forecast was marginal but wind speed dint match predicted sea high. There were large long period swells when we broke the inlet waves were breaking over the south jetty at Fort Pierre more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2017-02-11
6:05 PM

The snapper hole strikes again - We headed out to the snapper hole for a charter. Seas were flat water temperature as 71 degrees with nice visibility. The current was running strong but my minkota trolling motor was able to keep us in place though we burned through the batteries in more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2017-02-05
8:21 AM

The reefs are hot - I took a charter out bottom fishing seas were a nice and got better as the day went one. We started at the 60 foot reef 6.5 miles north east of the Fort Pierce Inlet. The sea temperature at the inlet was 68 degrees, but as we traveled off shore it wa more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2017-01-29
11:30 AM

reef fishing - I took three members from the Port St Lucie fishing club out to the reef on Friday. We started at the close reef off Fort Pierce in 20 feet of water the fishing was slow so after 30 min we headed to the 60 foot reef 6 miles of Fort Pierce. The water more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2017-01-07
11:18 PM

Cobia - I took a father and 16 year old son out fishing. We started at the 60 foot reef lots of grunts and large barracudas we kept getting bit off. The seas were flat water temp was 74 degrees water clarity was about 20 feet. I decided to move out to the sn more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2017-01-06
7:10 AM

reef fishing - Finally was able to get a client out to the reef fishing. The forecast was good 2 to 3 foot seas. When we left Stan Blum ramp we had considerable fog, something we don't generally get here in Fla. I turned the radar on and set it for 2 mile range. It more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie

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