Land-Based: Aug. 2020

"Matching the hatch" is a fishing term for using what is there at the time. Some days here on the Treasure Coast there will be minnows, some days greenies and then later into the summer and fall there will be finger mullet. Jul 28th, 2020

Stuart Inshore: Aug. 2020

Your best chance to find tarpon feeding on schools of minnows is usually early morning 5:30 a.m. to 7:00 a.m. As the mullet run continues, the mullet will move inshore cruising back in the St. Lucie and Indian Rivers. Jul 28th, 2020

Stuart Offshore: Aug. 2020

August is bait month, threadfins, pilchards, mullet and a couple left behind minnows will be schooling heavily off our coast this month. Schools of tarpon and snook along the beaches, mahi under the weed lines, kings over the reef, and sails finning on top. It’s what my dreams are made of!Jul 28th, 2020

Stuart Deep Sea: Aug. 2020

Snapper fishing will be the go-to strategy for near coastal “meat hunters” offshore Stuart as many local species of snapper, including lane, vermilion, mangrove (gray), and mutton will be engaged in their yearly spawning period.  Jul 28th, 2020

Stuart Inshore: January 2020

The St. Lucie River fishes great in the winter, especially back in the North and South Forks where snook love to hug the mangrove shorelines and seawalls. Jan 20th, 2020

Stuart Offshore: January 2020

The target species right now are pretty much everything except for grouper due to seasonal closures. Sailfish, mahi, blackfin tuna, wahoo, king mackerel, cobia, and snapper are all fair game in January and can even be targeted on the same day.Jan 20th, 2020