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Fishing Reports by Capt. Charlie Conner


2016-09-01
6:09 PM

South Indian River Fishing Report - Inshore: Looks like we are surrounded by tropical weather bringing rain and winds to the area. We dodged rain storms this week and even got wet on occasion. The rains and wind will continue for a while as these systems move through the state. P more...
Capt. Charlie Conner - Port St. Lucie


2016-08-24
7:04 AM

South Indian River Fishing Report - Inshore It certainly has been a wet week for the Treasure Coast. It was a challenge some days to get out and beat the storms. Looks like that will be the norm this week again. Plan your adventures carefully and check the weather before you get more...
Capt. Charlie Conner - Port St. Lucie


2016-08-04
3:51 PM

South Indian River Fishing Report - Inshore: August still brings hot weather, but it has also brought rain lately. Afternoon thunderstorms are the norm this time of year. The rain is much needed for the area with all the dry weather we have had this summer. Plan your outside adve more...
Capt. Charlie Conner - Port St. Lucie


2016-07-28
7:33 AM

South Indian River Fishing Report - Inshore: The heat of August continues along the Treasure Coast. Expect hot, humid days throughout the rest of the month. We have had a light breeze most days to take the edge off the hot weather for us. Rains continue each afternoon. What can you more...
Capt. Charlie Conner - Port St. Lucie


2016-07-16
9:44 AM

South Indian River Fishing Report - Jiggin' The Flats! Another pristine morning on the water finds lots of bait schools in the shallow waters that Florida has to offer. Nervous baitfish trying to find a safe haven to feed, while the predators are tagging along looking to feed on th more...
Capt. Charlie Conner - Port St. Lucie


2016-06-30
11:10 AM

South Indian River Fishing Report - Expect more afternoon rains this month and make sure you check the weather when you make your plans to get on the water. Rain is generally tolerable, but lightning isn't anything to take a chance with! Keep your eye on the sky when fishing. Spill more...
Capt. Charlie Conner - Port St. Lucie


2016-06-02
5:56 AM

South Indian River Fishing Report - June Fishing Forecast Summer has arrived and you can bet on hot afternoons and lots of great fishing action around the Treasure Coast during June. The mornings will be calm and it is certainly to your benefit to get out early to beat the afternoo more...
Capt. Charlie Conner - Port St. Lucie


2016-05-19
4:09 PM

South Indian River Fishing Report - Inshore: Well, the rainy season arrived in torrential rains this week around the Treasure Coast. Seems like mother nature wanted to catch up on the dry weather all at once. We surely needed the rain, but it was a little overwhelming. There will more...
Capt. Charlie Conner - Port St. Lucie


2016-05-05
7:55 AM

South Indian River Fishing Report - May Fishing Forecast for the Treasure Coast Inshore: Finally, the windy months of March and April are almost behind us and we can look forward to the great fishing weather that May has to offer us on the Treasure Coast. Other than the usual more...
Capt. Charlie Conner - Port St. Lucie


2016-04-14
8:02 AM

South Indian River Fishing Report - South Indian River Fishing Report 4/14 Inshore: We have been enjoying some fantastic weather this week on the Treasure Coast. Days have been warm, but windy as is the norm for April. You usually get a couple days each week that the wind dies more...
Capt. Charlie Conner - Port St. Lucie

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