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Stuart Area Offshore and Inshore

Capt. Kevin Drennan
August 10, 2015
Stuart - Saltwater Fishing Report

July was dry as can be but August brought the typical summer pattern that is bringing us rain almost every day. We still managed a few decent trips that put some meat in the box. We caught Blackfin Tuna in 350feet at Push Button Hill trolling a mix of feathers and jet heads, a few dolphin which still are hit and miss, and several decent sized Kings when we switched to wire. The snapper bite has been the best by far when the conditions allowed. Fishing south of the inlet off of the old Loran Tower we caught a variety over several trips which included yellowtail, mangrove, lane, vermillion, and mutton snapper. We also boated porgy, toro, and trigger fish. The trigger fish overall length has been increased from twelve to 14 inches so keep the tape handy. There has been plenty of threadfins outside the inlet, so live bait has not been a problem. Tarpon and snook have been cruising the bait pods near the beach along with big jacks and bonita. Tarpon can also be caught from the Roosevelt Bridge to the Crossroads. Live bait is the best bet. We are looking forward to the Fall mullet run to make the fishing even better.

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Fishing offshore out of the St. Lucie Inlet and inhore on the St. Lucie River and Indian River Lagoon, Captain Kevin Drennan takes up to four people on half, three quarter, and full day trips. He has been fishing the area for eight years and enjoys using light tackle for big fish.

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Slammer guide Service
1370 NW Lakeside Trail
Stuart, FL 34994
Phone: 772-692-9831
Alt. Phone: 772-285-7626
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