About Stuart Angler Bait and Tackle Shop
Stuart Angler provides fishermen with a local bait and tackle shop located one mile from the boat ramps of Sandsprit Park. We carry all the best inshore & offshore tackle along with live and frozen bait. For fly fishing, we carry a large assortment of rods and reels along with fly tying materials and tackle. Our staff supports the local fishing with up-to-date fishing reports, seminars, children’s fishing camps, and more. Captain Giles Murphy offers private light tackle and fly fishing charters aboard his flatsboat. Come see the fishing Stuart has to offer!
About Stuart, Florida Fishing
Stuart, Florida provides some of the best inshore and offshore fishing Florida has to offer. The St. Lucie Estuary and Indian River make up the largest inshore lagoon on the East coast of Florida and provide a massive marine estuary for fish to feed and breed. These cycles occur throughout the year for many different fish species along the mangroves, grass flats, oyster beds, and reefs. Stuart is also known as the feeding grounds for many migrating fish such as tarpon, sailfish, cobia, mackerel, and pompano. While traveling north or south, they stop to feed along our coastline and rivers. Stuart has lots of nice public beaches and bridges for anglers to explore and fish from land. There are 8 different boat ramps in the area to launch boats and fish new areas. Visitors can stop by Stuart Angler any time for fishing advice and local information.
Offshore Fishing in Stuart FL
Located close to the Gulfstream, offshore anglers don’t have to travel far to hook up on sailfish, dolphin, kingfish, tuna, and more. During the fall and winter months, Stuart lives up to its name as the “Sailfish Capital of the World” as these billfish show up chasing bait. Stuart has many offshore tournaments for added excitement that bring anglers together for excitement. With lots of reefs and sunken ships, Stuart is also known for its bottom fishing to target many species of snapper and grouper. We also have wrecks and reefs close to shore inhabited by lobster, snapper, and other reef fish for fun with the family.