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    Stuart Florida Fishing Report: 02-20-11 #5394 02/20/11 10:57 AM
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    Stuart Florida Fishing Report 2-20-2011

    The water clarity has improved along the Treasure Coast. Last week on our Stuart Florida

    Fishing Charter we had strong north winds for a few days stirring up the ocean and limiting

    visability. With this cleaner water coming in the pompano action has picked up in several areas.

    Around the Stuart Causeway has been the hottest on late incoming and the first couple of hours

    of outgoing tides. Along with the pompano have been ladyfish, bluerunners and a few spanish

    mackerel. Near Hell's Gate in the St. Lucie River some jacks, mackerel and pompano but the catch

    has been on the slow side. Up a little further at the dime bridge we are still catching a few

    black drum running 3-6 lbs close to the structure.

    Sheephead and mangrove snapper are biting along Sailfish Point in the inlet. Trollrites

    and shrimp along the bottom have worked best. Across on the south side of the inlet, a few snook

    close to shore with a some undersized gag grouper and mangrove snapper mixed in. The ladyfish

    seem to be here one day and gone the next.

    Looking forward to running south to Peck's Lake in the next month or so for the spanish

    mackerel bite.

    Capt. Bob Bushholz

    www.catch22fish.net

    (772) 530-1496

    Re: Stuart Florida Fishing Report: 02-20-11 [Re: Capt. Bob Bushholz] #5402 02/23/11 07:39 AM
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    great report

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