Dolphin for Dinner and Dancing with Sails

Welcome aboard the REEL BUSY and to our St. Lucie Inlet Fishing Report. The cold fronts of November/December have the sailfish migration on a roll. Sailfish and Dolphin have been eager to play the game so it’s dolphin for dinner and dances with sailfish. image

Packs of sailfish have begun pushing through so break out the dredges and enjoy the show. We deploy 2 streamer dredges of 39 streamers that look like a school of bait and when the sailfish light up behind the dredge it’s game on, you gotta love it.  The only thing better than a sailfish on the end of the line is a double or triple hookup. KIMG0561_01

The dolphin bite’s been good to excellent so there’s dolphin for dinner and filets for the freezer. We’ve been catching a few school size dolphin and a few pushing 20 pounds but most of the dolphin we’ve been catching are small to mid size gaffers of 8 to 12 pounds. KIMG0576_01

The main attraction this time of year is sailfish and dolphin but kingfish, bonito and wahoo have also moved into the neighborhood. We’ve got a few days open next week and sailfish/dolphin split charters available so give us a call and get hooked up with Reel Busy Charters. Catch you later. Capt. Wayne Brodeur 772-341-6609 Check us out at www.reelbusycharters.comKIMG0566_02