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Fishing Reports by Capt. Joe Ward


2009-01-01
6:10 PM

Ft. Pierce Inshore - Offshore Report - JANUARY 1, 2009 HAPPY NEW YEAR!! INSHORE - There has been a lot of fish reported this week starting with the sheepshead, sandperch, croakers and black drum. The sheepshead bite has been going off any where you can find a little structure more...
Capt. Joe Ward - Fort Pierce


2008-12-25
7:55 AM

Ft. Pierce Inshore - Offshore Report - DECEMBER 24, 2008 INSHORE - The weekend weather was great and the fishing was the same. Lots of catch and release trout & snook being reported. As there was almost no wind and you could fish just about anywhere. Some of the best places were fr more...
Capt. Joe Ward - Fort Pierce


2008-12-19
4:40 AM

Ft. Pierce Inshore - Offshore Report - DECEMBER 19, 2008 INSHORE - The inshore fishing this week has improved along with the weather. There has been a lot of catch and release trout being caught from the Midway Road area down to the power lines. Top water baits have been working ear more...
Capt. Joe Ward - Fort Pierce


2008-12-11
5:00 PM

Ft. Pierce Inshore - Offshore Report - DECEMBER 11, 2008 INSHORE - The inshore action has been okay this week which is usual for this time of year. The bridge fishermen are having a good time with plenty of sandperch, a few snapper, croakers and sheepshead. Most of these fish were c more...
Capt. Joe Ward - Fort Pierce


2008-12-04
3:50 PM

Ft. Pierce Inshore - Offshore Report - DECEMBER 4, 2008 INSHORE - For most of the week the inshore fishing has been steady with a lot of catch and release trout being reported both to the north and south in the river. To the north try around Harbor Branch and to the south try at Midd more...
Capt. Joe Ward - Fort Pierce


2008-11-21
10:48 AM

Ft. Pierce Inshore - Offshore Report - NOVEMBER 21, 2008 INSHORE - This has been a tough month for most anglers because of the weather conditions -- NE to NW winds over 15mph. There has not been that many good days to go fishing unless you could find a spot out of the wind or tuff it more...
Capt. Joe Ward - Fort Pierce


2008-11-13
6:30 AM

Ft. Pierce Inshore - Offshore Report - NOVEMBER 13, 2008 INSHORE - The inshore bite remains steady for anglers fishing from the catwalks of the South Bridge. They have been reporting good catches of sand perch, black drum, snapper, sheepshead and croakers. Most of these fish were c more...
Capt. Joe Ward - Fort Pierce


2008-11-06
10:51 AM

Ft. Pierce Inshore - Offshore Report - NOVEMBER 6, 2008 INSHORE - You can tell that it is November with all the north and northeast winds and the cooler temps. The cooler temps are making the water temps drop and we all know what that does to the fish. My suggestion is to fish the d more...
Capt. Joe Ward - Fort Pierce


2008-10-30
10:13 AM

Ft. Pierce Inshore - Offshore Report - October 30, 2008 INSHORE - Well, another week of not much to report with the temps dipping down in to the low 40s and with a strong north wind which has made fishing tough. However, I did get reports from anglers fishing in the afternoon when t more...
Capt. Joe Ward - Fort Pierce


2008-10-23
5:01 AM

Ft. Pierce Inshore - Offshore Report - OCTOBER 23, 2008 INSHORE - The inshore fishing had just started to improve on Tuesday even with the wind blowing and the dirty water. The best trout bite is still to the south from around Bear Point down to Herman's Bay. Try a soft plastic bait more...
Capt. Joe Ward - Fort Pierce

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