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Fishing Reports by Capt. Mark Rosen


2016-07-25
8:41 AM

Red Snapper caught and released - I had a father and son from Brazil out on a trip. We went to a spot north of the snapper hole in 90 feet of water. The seas were absolutely flat, water temperature was 84 degrees and water clarity couldn't have been better at least 50 feet and blue a more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2016-07-16
8:55 PM

Bottom fishing South Fla - I took Andy and Paul, from the fishing club out to the snapper hole today. We left early and found the bait guy in the inlet selling bait, we bought 2 dozen. We headed out seas were 2 to 3 foot. I stopped at a couple spots on the way to check them ou more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2016-07-10
1:10 PM

Snapper hole bottom fishing - I took Joe & Regina Horner, out for a bottom fishing trip, it was Ragina's birthday. We left early to avoid the insanity at the boat ramp. Dave the bait guy was in the inlet selling bait so I stopped and bought a dozen. Then we headed north of the more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2016-06-29
10:30 PM

Palm Beach Inlet - We fished out of Palm Beach inlet yesterday. On the way out to the inlet we found a guy selling live bait, we bought 2 dozen at $20 per dozen. After breaking the inlet we headed NE till we got to 100 feet of water typically there is a very strong nor more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2016-06-25
12:50 PM

Bottom fishing South Fla - I took 3 members of the Port St Lucie Anglers club out for bottom fishing. The weather was perfect. Seas were flat, slightly over cast, and very little current. The water was a gorgeous blue with easily 40 feet or more visibility and 82 degrees. We w more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2016-06-12
9:39 AM

Snapper hole produces again - I took a 3 person charter north of the snapper hole in 90 85 feet of water. The water temp was 78 degrees and clarity very good, seas were 2 feet. The current we running about 1 knots bit the Minkota trolling motor held us on spot. The depth sounder more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2016-06-06
5:47 PM

Grouper at 90 feet of water off Ft Pierce - I took a family of 3 out tone of my favorite spots just north of the snapper hole, for a day of bottom fishing. We were electronically anchored in 90 feet of water, the seas were flat, the water clarity was between 50 and 60 feet, and sea surface tem more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2016-05-25
7:53 AM

Melbourn Reef - Yesterday I decide to do a scouting trip to an area I had fished in a couple of years, I took two friend s and off we went. The destination the south end of Melbourne reef and drift north, The Melbourne reef is in 180 feet of water and is approximate more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2016-05-22
3:30 PM

Fishing the snapper hole - I took a group out to the snapper hole on Saturday we left early to so we could beat the rain in the weather forecast. We broke the inlet at 7:00 AM and headed to the south east corner of the area in 90 feet of water. The sea temperature was 79 degre more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie


2016-05-18
12:41 PM

South end of the snapper hole - We went to the south end of the snapper hole in 80 feet of water. Seas were running 2 feet and we had great visibility. The sea water temp was 76 degrees and a gorgeous color of blue. The charter was able to hold bottom with 5 oz. of lead. We were us more...
Capt. Mark Rosen - Port St. Lucie

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