North Fork, St. Lucie River

Been away for several months but have heard about all the dirty water affecting the St. Lucie. I’m assuming the south Fork is a mess but what about the north Fork? How far upstream do you need to go to find clean water? Thanks for any information.


  • timmcollinstimmcollins Posts: 795 Officer
    We have record rainfall over the last month or so. So much dirty water is being dumped from all of the canals it's hard to find clean water.
    "Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, martini in one hand, Cheeseburger in the other, body well used and worn out and screaming WOO-HOO What a Ride!"
  • Diggity6186Diggity6186 Posts: 138 Officer
    Water clarity wasn't too bad north towards Harbor Branch and the Moorings... In 2-2.5 foot, could see the bottom, which is better than its been in a while.
  • Dream RealityDream Reality Posts: 889 Officer
    Hornbellies and few greenies at bull shark and sandpile. Trigger fish came up with chum at sandpile. Fished the reefs at 50-60 feet right outside the SLI. All I found were grunts. Several cutoffs by unknown fish. Seas were 2 feet or less. In by 2pm

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