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February Bite

Capt. Bob Bushholz
February 9, 2015
Stuart - Saltwater Fishing Report

So far, early February has shown a good structure bite for black drum, sheepshead, snook and snapper around area bridges, Most drum have been running in the 4-6 lb range with sheepshead average about 2 lbs. Some keeper mangrove snappers but the majority are under 12".

The Spanish mackerel are still chewing just outside the inlet but I have not been able to target them for a few weeks with the higher seas. Our last trip outside was a mix of macs and bluefish due east of the inlet eating green gulfstream minnow jigs. Pompano are scattered for the most part but the crossroads and Hells Gate in the St. Lucie River have been most productive.

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Capt. Bob Bushholz
www.catch22fish.net
(772) 530-1496

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Join Capt. Bob Bushholz for inshore fishing up to 6 people on the Indian and St. Lucie Rivers in beautiful Jensen Beach aboard the custom 24 foot pontoon boat "Catch 22". Half,3/4 and full day charters plus night trips are available. We offer per-person rates on half day trips when possible. Rods, reels, bait and tackle, fishing licence provided. Just bring food and drink. Catch 22 has 7 swivel seats,9'sofa, large bimini top and is wheelchair friendly.

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Catch 22 Fishing Charters
2225 N.E. Indian River Drive
Jensen Beach, FL 34957
Phone: 772-530-1496
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