March Fishing Report

The bite has been slow all winter, however, that is starting to turn around in this March Fishing Report. The sub-par fishing gave me lots of time to fix some mechanical issues that have been plaguing me since last summer.

Small snapper has been plentiful of the breakers reef. The east winds have been blowing the sargassum closer to shore, however, I have still been having to run 8-10 miles offshore to find the dolphin. We haven’t been on crazy numbers, but we are getting quality fish.

Snook season closed last weekend, however, they have been biting well at night around the bridges. They are feeding on pilchards that are thick right now in the St. Lucie River near Stuart, Florida.

As we move into April my advice would be to watch the wind and pick your days. The bite from the lakes to the ocean will just get better as summer comes.

Inshore fishing, bass fishing, or deep-sea fishing, you can have an amazing time here in South Florida. March is a strong month for all things to do here in Florida. I can get you hooked up to all your desired species that you are looking to catch and explore. 

March is the month for freshwater bass fishing during the spawn. When the weather is nice, be sure to explore the deep waters of the Atlantic ocean to catch kingfish, sailfish and so much more. Night fishing for Snook is another exciting activity to explore when visiting Stuart, Florida.