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

    Unusual Week of Fishing

    February 2, 2020

    It’s been a rather unusual week of fishing in and around Fort Pierce for me. Weather conditions varied greatly as air temps ranged from almost cold to almost hot. Water temps plummeted into the mid-sixty degree range one morning then rebounded nicely, topping out at 71 degrees in the inlet on the incoming tide. The very next day water temps dropped again into the lower sixties.

      Improvising for Pompano

      January 12, 2020

      So, what do you do when the pompano show up unexpectedly and you only have one small jig on the boat? You improvise, that’s what you do!
      Larry joined me again for a morning trip. The tide was a few minutes shy of high as I slowly worked the boat over the flats near Jack Island.

        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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