Capt. Mark Wright

Member since: March 10, 2018

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ABOUT

Capt. Mark’s passion for inshore saltwater fishing began while living in Stuart, Florida at the southern reaches of the Indian River Lagoon. Here he learned the fine art of snook fishing from the area’s lighted bridges while fishing at night. Here too he learned how to catch trout by the hundreds on the expansive flats from Jensen Beach to Ft. Pier

    Tokyo Drift

    June 30, 2019

    The topwater bite was good for Tony this past Wednesday morning. Pushing the Banshee down a mangrove riddled shoreline in the backwaters of the Pole and Troll Zone I was mystified by a lack of fingerling mullet here. Even with the apparent lack of suitable baitfish at this particular time there were a few fish hiding near the trees that blasted Tony’s Skitterwalk.

      Mosquito Lagoon Weekend

      June 23, 2019

      We enjoyed a great topwater bite on Thursday as Bill helped me scout for Friday and Saturday charters. Armed with a small saltwater Chug Bug, Bill caught quite a few slot sized spotted seatrout and lost twice as many as he boated. I can’t be sure if Fate played a role in losing so many fish or if the inline hooks on the plug were maybe a bit too small. We won’t ever know for sure, though we’ll re-fit the lure with slightly larger hooks and see if it helps.

        Inshore Slamming

        May 11, 2019

        Fishing was pretty good this past week and the highlight was being able to spend some quality time with Ed on the front of my Banshee Extreme. Ed’s been fishing with me for many years and he’s one of the very few clients I spend personal time with whenever possible. He needed a break from his busy automotive repair shop and I was happy to offer him a diversion from turning wrenches.

          When in Doubt, Bait it Out!

          May 5, 2019

          One of the perks of being in the charter/guiding industry for a very long time is forming lasting relationships with key players within the industry. On a breezy morning this week I was joined by just such a person who was looking for an opinion on a couple of prototype lures. Also on board was a mutual friend who is not a guide but has a plethora of flats fishing experience borne of competitive angling.

            40 Incher

            June 23, 2018

            After being snubbed by the trout in one of my favorite spots then being continuously flipped-off (yep, they were tailing) by a finicky school of black drum Matt made contact with this 40 inch redfish.

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