Capt. Mark Wright

Member since: March 10, 2018

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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

    Fort Pierce Inlet

    December 28, 2021

    Sorry for the long absence, but up until recently fishing has been infrequent for me. Not only has “life” gotten in the way, but this odd weather has kept the bite very sporadic. Cold fronts are a regular factor in the winter months, however this unseasonable heat has kept our local water temps into the mid to upper seventy degree range; not a good scenario for a winter pattern.

      Find the Right Tide

      May 3, 2021

      Fishing continues to be steady to good in Fort Pierce with the exception of the low tide time frame. Starting at first (safe) light will get you bit using top-water plugs like walkers or poppers and unweighted or very lightly weighted Z-Man Jerk Shadz. Unfortunately, if it’s the last two hours of the ebb tide or very early in the flood tide this bite is likely to end quickly.

        Wind Be Damned!

        April 26, 2021

        Wind be damned! I decided to take my regulars fishing when they asked. I even decided to book a couple of new clients that were willing to risk getting skunked because of wind direction and velocities forcing me to hind in areas I wouldn’t have chosen to fish.

          Gone Freshwater!

          March 1, 2021

          Life’s obstacles kept me off the water again this week with the exception of a trip to Headwaters Lake. The bite was off the morning we went, but we still managed many quality bass that ate a variety of lures, including top-water plugs and worms. I look forward to returning to the new lake soon!

            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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