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6/2/15 Inshore/ Offshore Fishing Report

Mahi charters in Stuart, FL
    Inshore-

Snook Season is now closed, but this means the snook bite will remain red hot for larger than average Snook for the next few months. If your looking for oversized giant Snook June, July, & August is prime time for hese giants! Redfish & Sea Trout are around on shallow grass flats durring early morning & late evening hours. Lots of biig bruiser jack crevelles are being taken in deeper water on the moving tides. Fishing has been very good for the past week & should continue to improve throughout the week.

    Nearshore-

Fishing has been steady for Snapper, small grouper, Sharks, Ajs, Small Mahi, & barracuda this week & last. Fishing should get better nearshore for cobia, & Kingfish when we get a big push of sardines nearshore in the comming weeks. Fishing live baits around these large schools of bait can be very rewarding during summer months. Lock & load bottom to top nearshore gets 4.5 stars this week.

    Offshore-

Trolling has been fair this week. Small gaffer Dolphin are being caught on trolling trips. A sail can be expected as well. Some nice kings and a few wahoo are also being caught on the troll lately. Lots of Penut Mahi & bonita are being caught offshore 90-150′. sliding out slightly deeper expect bigger Mahi , Sailfish, Wahoo, & Blackfin Tuna. Offshore fishing will remain strong for the rest of the month with chances all month long at mahi 20-50lbs when they migrate though the treasure coast area.

Tight Lines,
Capt. Jonathan
www.chaosfishingcharters.com

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