St. Lucie Inlet Offshore Report 6/20/20 to 6/28/20

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St. Lucie Inlet Offshore Report 6/20/20 to 6/28/20

GRASS GRASS GRASS!!!

The broken-up sargassum has made fishing a challenge. 

Finding an area to fish without grass has been tough.  The Kingfish bite continues to be consistent with a steady supply of kings just inside or on the 6-mile reef. 

Mostly smaller fish but a few good ones around still.  There has been an increase of peanut mahi that are scattered throughout the broken weed. Good luck keeping the weed off baits long enough to catch anything. 

The sail bite has definitely improved with boats releasing into the double digits.  Most of the sails are being found from 90 to 180 ft.  We are finding some good snapper but it’s getting harder and harder to get past the predators.  Small pockets of nice size mangroves on the 6-mile and plenty of small lanes on nearshore artificials. 

Captain Josh

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