It’s Wahoo season on the Treasure Coast and the perfect time to get out on the water! Because water temperature varies by season and spawning takes place at certain times of the year, your favorite saltwater fish are coming and going this fall.
The St. Lucie Inlet and the Stuart Inlet are both located on Florida’s Treasure Coast, so there are a variety of species that you can chase after this October right in your own backyard. South Floridians truly live an amphibious lifestyle with boating year round in the sunshine state. Because Stuart is known as “The Sailfish Capital of the World” fishermen and boaters cherish these offshore waters. And know then like the backs of their hands.
According to the local experts, here’s what might be biting this month:
- Blue Marlin
- Dolphin (Mahi Mahi)
- Yellowfin Tuna
Get a local’s look at the tides charts and fishing reports through Florida Sportsman. They’ll be able to provide the insider information on what’s biting and where. Florida Sportsman can also help you double check the local fishing rules and regulations as well. It’s important to keep the ecosystem balanced for the future of the sport.
Set on 885 beautifully wooded acres, Harbour Ridge is a premier waterfront golf community on Florida’s Treasure Coast. Discover this hidden gem along the shoreline of the North Fork of the St. Lucie River. There’s something for everyone to love at Harbour Ridge. Residents can enjoy endless amenities and neighborhood events and it’s the perfect home base for avid fishermen and women.
Harbour Ridge Marina’s friendly and knowledgeable staff can guide you to great fishing spots as well. Choose from three private marinas with a combined 98 slips, ranging from 24 to 60 feet, to find the perfect place for your boat at Harbour Ridge. Don’t own a vessel? No worries, The Club owns two boats that are available for members to rent at anytime.
Learn more about Harbour Ridge’s beautiful community through the pages of our digital brochure or contact the Membership and Marketing Department to “Be Our Guest.”