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Fishing Reports by Capt. Bob Bushholz


2020-12-01
7:35 PM

Transition Time - The past month we have been dealing with water releases into the South fork of the St. Lucie River. Water salinity is so low in the St. Lucie, I have been fishing mainly in the Indian River North where water quality is better. The black drum bite has more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2020-10-20
9:05 AM

Great Late Mullet Run Bite - We are more than halfway through the fall mullet run which happens each year in September and October. Targeting baitschools inshore and along the beach, look for snook, tarpon and jack crevalles tearing the baits up. Livebaiting finger mullet or art more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2020-09-10
4:47 PM

Here Snooky Snooky - As predicted, the redfish bite is turning on here in Stuart and should remain strong thru October. Fish are spread out in the inlets, docks and bridges. Nearly all redfish are in the 18-27 slot. A few days ago before I went on a mini vacation to more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2020-08-22
7:53 AM

Looking Reel Fishy - The fall mullet run has begun here in Stuart bringing with them lot's of predators on their tails. Just in the past 2 weeks, I have noticed a big increase not only in mullet but glass minnows and small pilchards. Looking for things to pick up big tim more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2020-07-17
7:54 AM

Summertime Nearshore in Stuart - With calm seas the past month, we have been spending some time fishing nearshore on the ocean catching an assortment including sailfish, kingfish, mahi-mahi, Cobia, barracuda and bonita while slow trolling and drifting livebaits. I require 1-2 foot s more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2020-07-02
9:45 PM

Hot Inlet - We have been spending most of our trips recently fishing south in the St. Lucie Inlet, just outside along the beach and nearshore around the sandpile with flat calm seas. Inside the inlet, look for snook, Jack's, cubera snapper. The surf the past cou more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2020-05-17
8:08 AM

Livebaiting in Stuart - This time of year aboard Catch 22, we increase our livebaiting charters targeting snook, jacks, with a few tarpon and goliath grouper mixed in. Snook season remains open till June 1st with a 28-32 slot. Summer bite picks up big time here in Stuart f more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2020-03-10
11:25 AM

Springtime Fun Stuart - I fished Debi Decker from Monroe, N.J. and Diana Saunders from Lewes, Delaware the other day. Limit of pompano with bonefish, jacks, blue runners, and sheepshead. Debi stated she has never caught a tripletail, so we gave that a quick shot. 20 minutes more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2020-02-29
7:01 AM

Snook Turning On - Just in the last 2 weeks, the snook bite has turned on in the Indian and St. Lucie rivers. Live baits like pilchards and greenies have been hard to come by so most catches have been on shrimp. Season remains open for snook till June 1st with a 28-32 more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart


2020-01-25
11:30 AM

New Year Report - The sheepshead and black drum bite is great here on the Treasure Coast and will only get better as we head into February and March. Pompano has been hit or miss so far in January but this recent cold snap should push more pompanos inshore. Last year, more...
Capt. Bob Bushholz - Stuart

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