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Stuart-Vero Fishing report

Good afternoon. 
Fishing report: fishing out of Stuart has been super hot. A lot of numbers and some really good size fish being caught. Big schools of jacks on the beach “ Super fun on the top water poppers “  some Cobia mixed in and a lot of Tarpon around. We have jumped 8 this week with bad luck getting them all the way to the boat 60-100+ pound fish. Fishing out of north Fort pierce has been really steady with a lot of Skooly sized trout 14-19” snook and redfish plus jacks and ladyfish. Almost all artificial’s fishing up that way still..  hot colors are natural and white baits. The water has been clean, clear I have dropped down in size to 20ld and lighter jigs for a softer presentation. Dock light fishing has been strong. Small non weighted White, natural colored  Flies have been best on a 25lb tip and a steady retrieve . If you can get shrimp  a smaller hook and no lead just float it through the light works best. Or if you buy bait off dav the smaller Pilchards are about the best bait you can use hooked in the nose with a short shank hook and a owner soft green Bead To stop the bait from fowling... I  am Running a deal on night charters for the rest of the month please call/text for more info. 

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