12 11, 2018

November 2018

The fishing changes allot this time of year as the weather slowly cools down in November. The snook have moved further inshore back in the St. Lucie River where they hang around structure such as bridges, seawalls, docks, and mangroves. The big keeper snook are caught mostly along the river bottom under the bridges. The [...]

9 10, 2018

October 2018

The fishing changes allot this time of year as the weather slowly cools down in November. The snook have moved further inshore back in the St. Lucie River where they hang around structure such as bridges, seawalls, docks, and mangroves. The big keeper snook are caught mostly along the river bottom under the bridges. The [...]

28 07, 2018

Fishing Report & Forecast: July & August 2018

The summer fishing has been great and should remain steady through August with lots of bait in the river and along the coastline. Lots of juvenile tarpon can be found rolling back in the St. Lucie River 7-9am. Getting them to eat can be challenging, but we’ve hooked them on DOA TerrorEyz and shrimp. For [...]

11 06, 2018

June 2018

The bait is back in town! And the fish feeding has gotten better every day, and will continue to get better as we enter June. Inshore, schools of pilchards can be found early morning near the bridges or along the beaches. Always be on the lookout for diving birds when looking for bait. Earlier the [...]

15 05, 2018

Fishing Report: May 14th, 2018

The bait is back in town! And the fish feeding has gotten better every day, and will continue to get better as we enter June. Inshore, schools of pilchards can be found early morning near the bridges or along the beaches. Always be on the lookout for diving birds when looking for bait. Earlier the [...]

9 03, 2018

March 2018 Fishing Report

As the Spring rolls in, we’ll hopefully see more bait show up at the Sandpile and Bullshark Barge to use for fishing inshore and offshore. There’s already been a few cobia caught at the Sandpile on 2 oz jigs. April is a great time to start tying for these cobia at the Sandpile before the [...]

2 10, 2017

Mullet Run 2017

The mullet run has been great this year! Despite the Okeechobee runoff, the snook and tarpon have been feeding like crazy from the beaches back to the St. Lucie Locks in the South Fork. Lots of tarpon have been caught at the Crossroads dragging large live mullet along the Northeast corner of the Crossroads at [...]

26 05, 2017

Tips For Catching Mahi-Mahi

Tips For Catching Mahi-Mahi Mahi-Mahi are one of the most popular gamefish in the world for a couple of reasons.  People typically aim to catch Mahi-Mahi (AKA Dorado or Dolphin Fish) due to it’s fresh and delicious taste. Besides the world wide edibility of the fish, they’re also incredibly fun to catch due to their [...]

6 03, 2017

Tips for Spanish Mackerel Fishing

The Treasure Coast is about to start heating up and so is the area's fishing.  Spring is right around the corner and many anglers are starting to hit the water in search of Spanish Mackerel.  These flavorful fish are fun to catch and can be found close to the shore during the springtime.  Today, we [...]

27 01, 2017

Late January Fishing on The Treasure Coast

The weather for fishing on the Treasure Coast is perfect this time of the year for some serious fishing.  In late January, both inshore and offshore fishing opportunities are often at their best.  When the colder air starts to make its way from the North, any anglers spring into action.  While not everyone enjoys the [...]