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Fishing Reports by Capt. Patrick Price


2011-12-18
3:00 PM

Excellent Stuart Florida fishing (GROUPER AND SAILS) - Fishing has been great the past couple of days and it is only getting better. Grouper fishing has been as good as it has been all year. We have caught a limit of Grouper each of the past two days. Most of the fish are between 14-25lbs. We more...
Capt. Patrick Price - Stuart


2011-12-07
7:36 PM

Great Grouper and Sailfishing going on Stuart Fl - Fishing for the past week has been pretty good out of Stuart Fl. The Pirates Cove Sailfish Classic set a record for total number of releases for the 3 day tournament. Over 320 fished were released by 28 boats fishing over the 3 days. The best of t more...
Capt. Patrick Price - Stuart


2011-11-22
11:46 AM

Things heating up in Stuart Florida - Fishing Fans, First off Happy Thanksgiving to everyone. Mandy, Zane and I wish you and your families a wonderful and safe Holiday together. On another note, Swordfishing continues to be great when we can get out. Just the other night we caug more...
Capt. Patrick Price - Stuart


2011-09-10
7:18 PM

SUPER SEPTEMBER IN STUART FLORIDA - The past week of fishing has been to say the least AWESOME out of Stuart Florida. In four days of charter fishing we have seen 23 sails while trolling and caught 7-11 bites. A lot of cutters and window shoppers. Besides the sail action we have had more...
Capt. Patrick Price - Stuart


2011-08-06
7:14 PM

Super Summer fishing on DayMaker charters - The past week of fishing on the DayMaker has been great out of the St. Lucie Inlet in Stuart Florida. We have been catching limits of BIG Sea bass every day from 15-22 (2-3lbs) We have caught limits of Amberjack each day too. Grouper fishing ha more...
Capt. Patrick Price - Stuart


2011-07-06
11:24 AM

Up and Down fishing that's the only way to describe it - Fishing for the past week out of the Stuart inlet can be classified as up and down or hit or miss. For a couple of days water on the bottom has been freezing 55* (thats COLD) And its been hard to give away a bait of any kind. This has affected th more...
Capt. Patrick Price - Stuart


2011-06-29
11:38 AM

Mixed Summertime bag out of teh Stuart Inlet - Fishing for the past couple of weeks out of the Stuart inlet can be classified as good to excellent. Bait has been readily available along the beach North and South of the inlet. Fishing inshore of 50ft has been producing decent numbers of kingfis more...
Capt. Patrick Price - Stuart


2011-06-02
7:27 PM

good Bottom fishing Stuart Fl - Bottom fishing for Grouper, Snapper and Amberjacks remains excellent out of the St. Lucie Inlet. Every day the conditions allow we have been able to limit out on Gag grouper, catch scamps, reds and warsaws. Catch and release Genuine snapper more...
Capt. Patrick Price - Stuart


2011-05-16
6:58 PM

EPIC spring time fishing out of the St. Lucie Inlet - DayMaker charters has been having some great fishing as have many other fisherman who have been able to get out to fish offshore of the St. Lucie Inlet in Stuart. Trolling for Dolphin and Sails remains pretty EPIC for any standards. We have been a more...
Capt. Patrick Price - Stuart


2011-04-05
4:34 PM

Bottom fishing remains the HOT Topic - Vermillion Snapper season just opened and they are biting. Grouper continue to pester us everywhere we go out of the St. Lucie Inlet. Big Genuine Snapper continue to be a rod bending by catch before release on Stuart Fl fishing charters. Amberjack more...
Capt. Patrick Price - Stuart

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