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St. lucie Inlet 8/31 DayMaker Charters

Fished a full day today and it was very difficult conditions to say the least. Trickle of south tide out to 90ft in the morning which increased to 3/4knot in the afternoon. We managed to catch sardines, gogg's and runners over the course of 6 spots we tried. We started trolling in 85 ft on the East side of a current edge with flyers (green water) We caught some Bonito and two sharp nose sharks. We came across and edge in 270ft with grass and a extreme color change and 2knots of north current on the blue water side. We fished it for 2 miles to the south with no bites then out to the Hill. fished the hill for a while and marked some blackfin had 1 bite and pulled it off. Trolling to the NW back to the edge we caught a sail. Fished the same edge to the North for 6 miles and still no bites on it.

We cut inshore to bottom fish in the south current. We hit 10 spots caught 3 Grouper, 1 Genuine Red, a dozen sharp nose sharks, another couple bonito and Sea Bass.

Saw two more sails in the green water 110-130ft a flopper and a cutter. Pitched live baits with no bites. bummer
Look forward to taking you fishing soon

Capt. Patrick Price
DayMaker Charters


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