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Fishing Reports by Capt. Mark Rosen


2016-12-09
9:36 AM

Bottom fishing 60 feet of water - I took some of the snow birds from the Port St Lucie Anglers club out to the reef for a day of bottom fishing. I was surprised with the weather, the day before it was blowing hard but seas really did flatten out and were 2 feet. The water quality was more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2016-11-27
11:06 AM

Bottom fishing 60 feet of water - I had a charter on the only day with a remotely fair marine forecast, 2 to 3 foot seas 5 to 10 east winds. The winds were closer to 15 knots out of the east, seas were mostly 3 feet. Sea temperature was 75 degrees on the reef, visibility was around more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2016-11-23
10:00 AM

bottom fishing - Finally got a day where we could fish Forecast was 5 to 10 knot winds out of the north seas 2 to 3 feet 8 second period, and in true NOAA fashion the forecast was incorrect. Seas were at least 15 knots out of NE and seas with every bit of 3 to 4 feet more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2016-10-03
12:31 PM

Bottom fishing 60 feet of water - We had another great day at the 60 foot mark, east of Fort Pierce inlet. The water was fairly calm with good clarity, probably 30 feet down visibility, and 84 degrees water temperature. I had a four person charter from ITEX on board. One of them unfo more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2016-09-29
10:02 PM

3 days at the snapper hole - I fished the last 3 days near the snapper hole. The forecast was wrong ,the reported seas were 3 to 4 feet and what we had was around 2 feet or less all three days. The water temperature was 84 degrees and water clarity good. We caught a lot of fish more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2016-09-20
9:29 PM

bottom fishing - I took a father and his son out to an area near the snapper hole. The forecast was marginal but after analyzing the data from the weather buoy I determined the 3 to 4 foot seas were going to be a long period swells from a distant off shore storm. The more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2016-09-10
6:49 PM

reef fishing - I took some members of the Port St Lucie Anglers club out fishing Friday. We headed out to an area short of the snapper hole in 60 feet of water. The sea water temperature was 82 degrees, with a medium chop. The Forecast said 2 to 3 foot seas with wi more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2016-09-06
12:20 PM

bottom fishing - Over the weekend I took 2 anglers out to the snapper hole. Seas were flat with great visibility, water temperature was 82 degrees. The current was running south instead of north like it usually does. In the inlet was a guy selling bait so we bought a more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2016-08-25
4:05 PM

Fishing with live bait - I took a father and son out toward the snapper hole along with a member of the Port ST Lucie Anglers club. In route I saw a large area of bait so we stopped and used Sebeka rigs and got live sardines. The bottom looked great and I was marking lots o more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2016-08-21
7:40 AM

bottom fishing - I had a father and son on board vacationing t club med, the son was 13 and an absolute die hard fisherman. We cleared the inlet at 7:30 seas were nice and flat. I went north east to a spot I noticed heading toward the snapper hole in 60 feet of water more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie

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