Monday fishing was good. We saw 5 sails and went 1 for 2. During the day we had 4 Mahi bites catching 2 of them. We also caught a large Bonita. All in all the clients had a great day. ... See moreSee less
Join us at the Stuart Corinthian Yacht Club today, 4-6 pm for an open house to discuss the proposed Manatee Pocket Mooring Field in Port Salerno. We hope to see you there! For more info, visit www.martin.fl.us/Mooringfields
FL: St Lucie Inlet, entrance Buoy R2 reported missing
Date Reported: Nov 15, 2017
Reporter: Ted Stehle
Source: CG 7th District LNM 07462017
St. Lucie Entrance Lighted Buoy 2 is reported missing.
Lat / Lon: N 27° 09.989' / W 080° 08.332'
It was a Mahi frenzy fishing the Saltwater Sisters tournament this past Saturday. We found some grass about 25miles off shore. Shortly after lines in, we had a triple header of Mahi's and three excited women anglers. Three nice gaffers. Great work by our Mate Teddy Miller who got them all in the boat. We decided to head back in-shore, on our way we caught five more Mahi's. One of which took 2nd Place Mahi overall. Having our fill of Mahi we deployed our Wahoo Lures. Shortly thereafter we had one hooked Wahoo who managed to pull the hook. All in all a great day of fishing. ... See moreSee less
We will be at Duffy's Sports Grill South THIS FRIDAY for a pre-tournament event from 5pm to 10pm. BRING OUR FLYER or have it available on your phone and 10% of your food purchase comes back to SWS. Drink Special Tickets will be sold as well.
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Boaters Be Alert this weekend! Dredging operations of the St. Lucie Inlet are underway and have begun in the entrance to the inlet. Please exercise caution and patience when navigating around the barges. For a clear picture of where the dredging is taking place please click on the video below. Remember to Stay Safe!
Any boats transiting the Sea of Abaco near Marsh Harbour please keep a sharp lookout for Dillon Albury. He apparently got thrown from his boat around 2030 hrs and has not been found. Boat has been recovered.
Subject is a Caucasian male around 18 -20 years. Was transiting the area around Marsh Harbour point near Pelican Shores in a 17 ft Whaler. Boat found with broken steering wheel
Forward to anyone who goes boating......sending prayers to the family
Oh what a time we had fishing the Stuart Sailfish Club Jr Angler Tournament on Saturday. We had 5 excited boys (3 sponsored from a local Boy Scout Troop), Nick, Kaeden, Alex, Tyler, and Ian anxious to catch a big fish. They managed to catch 2 each King Mackerel’s despite the fact Porpoises were eating the fish on the line leaving the heads to be reeled in.
At the end of the day, we had a very unique experience with a Porpoise in that we thought he was hooked when he ate a fish on the line. The boys reeled the fish and Porpoise to the boat when the Porpoise got close it released the fish from its mouth. The unhappy Porpoise continued to swim around the stern huffing and puffing until we fed it the fish heads from our catches. #wetnwildsportfishing #stuartsailfishclub ... See moreSee less
Very nice testimonial from one of our charters. Thanks for taking the time Jimmy Parks to share your positive experience with us. #wetnwildsportfising #tuna #mahi #wahoo #sailfish #stuartfl ... See moreSee less
Good fishing today on the Wet-n-Wild out of Stuart. We left the dock at 6:30 am in search of bait and on the first stop we loaded up. Then we headed offshore to Push Button Hill and set out our secret lures. By 11:00 we had landed 17 Blackfin and pulled off many others. Our charter was very happy!
Looking forward to fishing the Stuart Sailfish Club's Fishing Classic this Saturday. ... See moreSee less
Jimmy ParksAwesome trip with a great captain (Tony) and a amazing first mate Teddy!! Our whole crew had one of the best times we have ever had fishing. Way to go finding all those Black fin. Thank you for being such a gracious host and showing real Florida hospitality!
Hanging at the twisted tuna riding out the storm on the wet n wild. Watching the cameras on front of the boat lightning strikes the sailboat to the left of our bow. Need to check my underwear 😜 ... See moreSee less
Congratulations to Team OBX (Tony Ross, Jon Kaghan, Otto Strunk & Ross Mcglynn) on their 6th place win at the Hollywood Firefighters Offshore Fishing Tournament as well as taking first place in the Kingfish Calcutta. This was an inaugural tournament for the 30' OBX Cat boat. Based on its fishing performance that day we're sure you'll be seeing more of the OBX Cat in future tournaments. Thanks goes out to John Clarke of Aquantico for excepting the check on our behalf. #OBXBoats #SailfishMarineSales #TeamOBX #HollywoodFirefightersOffshoreFishingTournament #Aquantico
Interesting 1/2 day fishing trip on the Wet n Wild yesterday. We left the dock at 6 am and stopped by to get live bait. Decided to head out to 140' of water and set out the lines. Within 30 minutes we had a Sail on but he spit the hook at us. We spent 3 hours kite fishing and trolling before we had a couple of King Mackerel try us but no love - they missed the baits. We move inshore to try one more spot and marked a ton of bait and we had another King Mackerel bite, and he missed it. I circled back around and here came a nice Mahi, yes fish on, got him ten feet from the boat and the man in the blue suit decided he wanted him. After eating part of the Mahi he drifted back and checked out the long rigger then looked at the center rigger. We made a few more circles and caught a couple of Jacks. Charter was happy and we headed home. ... See moreSee less
Wow what a picture Jon Kaghon took of the Wet n Wild this afternoon. On Saturday we had an unusual day. We did a morning 1/2 day and caught a Sail fish. Then we did a full day in the afternoon and landed 8 Mahi. Both charters had a blast. Call us for a great fishing experience today. #twistedtuna #wetnwildsportfishing #sailfish #stuartflorida ... See moreSee less
Great day of fishing in Stuart FL today. Our friends Dean and Lindsey visiting from the NE had an awesome day. Dean managed to reel in a Blue Marlin, a Sailfish, and a 30 lb Mahi. Lindsey caught 2 more Mahi. All of the Mahi was donated to the staff at the Twisted Tuna. By the end of the 1/2 day they were 1-1 on Blue Marlin, 1-4 on Sailfish and 3-3 on Mahi's. Great job by the crew Capt Tony Rizzo and Mate Teddy Miller. #wetnwildsportfishing #twistedtuna #bluemarlin #sailfish #fishingstuartflorida ... See moreSee less
Sailfish Marine Sales will be hosting a sponsored Tito's Happy Hour at 5:30 on Saturday at the Palm Beach International Boat Show. Come by and look at the OBX Boatworks Center Consoles and have a Tito's cocktail. If you're felling lucky there will be 2 raffle events for Southern Fishing Charties Veterans Outreach program. Here are the prizes: Shmano Beast Master Electric Reel $10 per ticket or 12 for $100. Cub Cadet Challenger 750 $100 per ticket. #titosvodka #sailfishmarine #yamahaoutboards #palmbeachinternationalboatshow #shimano #cubcadet #meridianmarine
Good fishing on the Wet-n-Wild yesterday. Our 1/2 day charter caught 5 Mahi, 3 bonitos and the last bite of the day was a Sail Fish that jumped off. Lots of bites! The Mahi have showed up so book your trip now. ... See moreSee less
Ok let's see who wants free T-shirts!! Carlyle's Graphic T's will make 1 custom made T-shirt of your choosing. Made with your logo or design. As well as a Carlyle's Graphic T's shirt for you and each member of your household. All you have to do is three little things.
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The winners name will be pulled out of a hat and announced Sunday afternoon. Thank you and good luck.
Check out this video from the Miami International Boat Show. You can see the Wet-n-Wild at the 15 second clip. Thanks to Oceans International and Trans Global for chartering us and the Maimi Boat show for letting us be a VIP Shuttle. #TransGlobalAutoLogisticsInc #miami #miamibeachmarina #Garmin #caterpillarmarine #gillikincustom #avetreels ... See moreSee less
Your cargo receives VIP treatment when shipped with us and you should too! If you are attending the Miami Boat Show stop by our booth (C532) to request a ticket to board the Trans Global VIP shuttle. Tickets are limited so stop by early to meet our sales team and learn more about our VIP services. #MiamiInternationalBoatShow
Attention OT Fans!
Our first episode of Ship Shape TV just aired on Fox Sports Sun here in Florida. Did you watch the show? If so, we hope you enjoyed it and caught the promo code at the end of the segment. If you missed the show, it will air again on Sunday at 7:30pm and again on Monday at 6:30am. Check your local listing for show dates and times outside of Florida and make sure you set your DVR's!
We will be last in line (most northern area in the North Fork) we will and leading Meridian Marina Yacht Club members and the general boating public, or Independents, section. Tune in to Ch. 80 to check in with us. Look for us on this Ocean Yacht, we will don the letter "S" on our boat!!
Two weeks ago the Ocean-Tamer staff was in Jupiter, FL with John Greviskis filming an episode of Ship Shape TV. Be sure to tune in to the show Friday, 2/10, Sunday 2/12, & Monday 2/13 and check out our entire line of marine bean bag products in action!
#oceantamer #marinabeanbags #boating #shipshapetv #shipshape
Snook reopens in Atlantic state waters-
The recreational harvest season for snook reopens on Feb. 1 in Florida’s Atlantic coastal and inland waters (from the Miami-Dade/Monroe county line north), including Lake Okeechobee and the Kissimmee River. The season will remain open through May 31st. In the Atlantic, anglers may keep one snook per day that is not less than 28 or more than 32 inches total length, which is measured from the most forward point of the head with the mouth closed to the farthest tip of the tail with the tail compressed or squeezed while the fish is lying on its side. A snook permit is required to keep snook, along with a saltwater fishing license, unless the angler is exempt from the license requirements. Only hook-and-line gear is allowed when targeting or harvesting snook.
Nice day of fishing aboard the Wet-n-Wild. Mark wanted his two boys Tyler and Austin Ocwieja to catch a sail, as luck would have it, we hooked two simultaneously and each boy reeled in a sail within minutes of each other. They couldn't have been happier. All in all, we were 2-2 on Sails and 1-2 on Mahi, missed 2 Wahoo and had about a dozen other bites. Great time was had by all! Brian Leonard did a great job today also. ... See moreSee less
Good morning FB friends. Today is the last day of the Gold Cup. We our in 14th overall and finished in 9th for the daily yesterday. We hope to better out position today. May the fish gods be with us. ... See moreSee less