Dolphin Migration Arrives Late to Treasure Coast

2010-06-01 08:24:35
Fort Pierce, Florida - Saltwater Fishing Report
OffshoreTreasure Coast

Six weeks late as compared to previous years, our dolphin bite is finally goling strong.

Great catches of both gaffer dolphin and a fair share of schoolies have made for 'most excellent' fishing in our offshore waters.

Catches of 15lb to 46lb mahi taken on both live bait and trolled ballyhoo off of Fort Pierce are great news to local anglers who waited out this years 'dolphin drought' in April and early June.

The Last Mango crew has been in the thick of it catching our share for charter customers from far and near.

Come fish the Mango

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Capts cell : 772-559-0594

Fish Species: Dolphin, amberjack, sailfish & marlin
Bait Used: ballyhoo & vertical jigs
Tackle Used: Crowder Custom Rods & Shimano reels
Method Used: trolling & deep jigging
Water Depth: 127'-550'
Water Temperature: 82
Wind Direction: southeast
Wind Speed:
Mahi on the Mango
Mahi on the Mango

All anglers welcome!
All anglers welcome!

Tris Colket

About The Author: Captain Tris Colket

Company: Last Mango Sport Fishing Charters

Area Reporting: Fla East Coast - Offshore waters

Bio: 40' Custom Express "LAST MANGO" Fishing out of Ft. Pierce City Marina for Sailfish, Mahi Mahi, Wahoo, Cobia, Kingfish and all the rest! 35 yrs experience with 2 licensed captains and a crew ready to make your fishing trip "a day to remember"!

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