Snookin in Stuart

Report Date: June 4, 2019

The snook bite is great and will remain strong all summer long. Large females are gathered for their annual spawn. Smaller males can be found along the beaches. We livebait using pilchards or greenies on circle hooks. Along with snook, expect to encounter large jack crevelles, tarpon, goliath grouper and even a few cubera snapper. Snook season reopens Sept. 1st which is a great month to catch slot sized fish to take home. On our livebaiting trips,3 rod max to avoid tangles.

Tripletail we catch all year long. Currently we are at #51 for the year and hoping to reach our 177 fish total last year. Most fish average 6-12 lbs but we do catch tt's well over 20lbs. They put up a great fight and as far as table fare, one of the best.

Redfish and black drum at the area bridges up to 20lbs mainly caught on shrimp. Flounder bite is on the rise here on the Treasure Coast.








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