A warm welcome to 2011! after a some what slow winder thus far for us here as fishingstuart.com, we are again making progress on increasing the amount, and value of information on the website. We have also added links to our twitter and facebook accounts
Follow us on Twitter, and we'll tweet some of the current hot spots, as well as information on what's biting, and what they are biting on. We will also be posting more detailed reports on our Facebook page, so come and join us there, and learn and grow with us.
We are also hopeful, as we have been discussing the website with various people of interest, that we will be able to offer some fishingstuart.com only special.
Finally, on a closer to us note, we were finally able to get a smoking deal on a MinnKota Riptide trolling motor. I picked up an older 42lb thrust motor that I just got mounted onto the SeaPro; my only hope now is that the weather and other obligations cooperate with me getting out this weekend, testing the motor, and catching some fish.
FishingStuart.com was started by a Treasure Coast fishing enthusiast. The goal of this website is to provide a one stop source of information for anglers looking to catch any of the many game fish species abundent in our area.
Our area encompasses the area from Sebastian south to Hobe Sound, and includes Vero, Vero Beach, Fort Pierce, Port Saint Lucie, Jensen Beach, and Stuart.
Our target species include some of the best inshore game fish known to man; Lady Fish, Permit, Pompano, Redfish, Sea Trout, Sheepshead, Snapper and Snook.
Our offshore and near shore action includes; Barracuda, Black Fin Tuna, Blacktip Shark, Cobia, Dolphin, Jack Crevalle, Bonito, Sailfish, Spanish Mackerel, Tarpon and Wahoo.
And these are just the gamefish, the area also includes other great catches like Flounder, Grouper and more!
Fishing for the inshore species can be done with Flyfishing gear, or light or medium duty spinning and casting gear, and the area has some of the best flats access with or without a boat, where a little wading and proper selection of bait can land you that trophy fish you've been chasing.
If you don't like to get wet, you can consider some pier or dock fishing for both inshore and offshore fish, or you can check out the local fishing guides, and party fishing boats. The area some of the most knowledgeable and personable guides, that will take you exactly where the fish are, and exactly how to present that fly to those monster fish for the thrill of a lifetime.
And if you own a boat, we'll sort out the hot-spots, and provide you with the information you need to target those inshore or offshore gamefish of your dreams, whether it's trying to find what the snook are taking for bait, or where the tarpon schools are chasing the mullet, or perhaps what depth of water the Dolphin are hiding in, we'll try to keep you up to date and in the fish