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Sailfish Bite Continues

Capt. Wayne Brodeur
March 14, 2019
Stuart - Saltwater Fishing Report

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Hello Fish Fans, The sailfish bite continues to be good to excellent on most days off the coast of Stuart Florida. There's still allot of sailfish upstate and they're moving through in waves providing multiple hookups in-between the quiet time.

We're catching 3 to 5 sailfish on most of our charters and getting 5 to 7 opportunities. The sailfish bite should continue to be good to excellent for the next several weeks so give us a call and let's go catch a few.

The dolphin/mahi mahi and blackfin tuna are starting to trickle in. We're usually catching more dolphin and tuna this time of year so they should be showing up in numbers any day now.

Manta Rays have been showing up from the St. Lucie Inlet to the Ft. Pierce Inlet and Cobia are starting to show up on the reefs and wrecks.

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Springtime fishing off the coast of Stuart Florida is second to none so give us a call and lock in your April and May dates today. We'll be catching sailfish, dolphin/mahi mahi, blackfin tuna, wahoo and cobia.

I'll be back reel soon with another fishing report from Stuart Florida, Sailfish Capital of the World. Catch you later, Capt. Wayne Brodeur, Reel Busy Charters 772-341-6609 Check us out at www.reelbusycharters.com

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Reel Busy Charters
4307 SE Bayview St
Stuart, FL 34997
Phone: 772-341-6609
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