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Fishing Reports by Capt. Joe Ward


2010-02-04
9:35 AM

Ft. Pierce Inshore - Offshore Report - FEBURARY 4, 2010 INSHORE - The inshore fishing has been okay this week with a good trout bite down around Middle Cove with most of the fish taking a soft plastic bait or a live shrimp. Try fishing the deeper edges of the flats. I also got repor more...
Capt. Joe Ward - Fort Pierce


2010-01-22
10:23 AM

Ft. Pierce Inshore - Offshore Report - JANUARY 23, 2010 INSHORE - The inshore fishing has improved some from last week with more anglers reporting catches. The most action is still coming from the spanish mackerel and bluefish that are around the Ft. Pierce Inlet. They have been hit more...
Capt. Joe Ward - Fort Pierce


2010-01-11
9:15 AM

Ft. Pierce Inshore - Offshore Report - JANUARY 10, 2010 INSHORE - With the water temps in the mid 50's the inshore fishing has been tough. The best action has been around the area bridges. Try a live shrimp for the black drum, sheepshead and sandperch and fish during the incoming ti more...
Capt. Joe Ward - Fort Pierce


2009-12-28
8:29 AM

Ft. Pierce Inshore - Offshore Report - DECEMBER 28, 2009 INSHORE - The inshore fishing has slowed down a little due to the windy conditions but things did improve over the weekend. The best bite has been from the black drum and croakers. Try around the area bridges and in the Ft. Pi more...
Capt. Joe Ward - Fort Pierce


2009-12-11
5:22 AM

Ft. Pierce Inshore - Offshore Report - DECEMBER 10, 2009 INSHORE - There has not been as much wind and rain as last week and the reports from the river have been good. There has been plenty of catch and release trout action from Bear Point down to Herman's Bay. Top water baits fishe more...
Capt. Joe Ward - Fort Pierce


2009-12-03
4:32 AM

Ft. Pierce Inshore - Offshore Report - DECEMBER 3, 2009 INSHORE - The inshore fishing has been good this week even with the windy conditions. There has been plenty of action from the Ft. Pierce Inlet back into the Turning Basin with the spanish mackerel, jacks and bluefish being caug more...
Capt. Joe Ward - Fort Pierce


2009-11-20
5:23 AM

Ft. Pierce Inshore - Offshore Report - NOVEMBER 19, 2009 INSHORE - Good reports from the inshore anglers this week. We had a lot of action from the spanish mackerel, bluefish and jacks that are in the Ft. Pierce Inlet and around the local bridges. These fish have been taking just ab more...
Capt. Joe Ward - Fort Pierce


2009-11-06
9:33 AM

Ft. Pierce Inshore - Offshore Report - NOVEMBER 5, 2009 INSHORE - We had good reports of trout and redfish over the weekend and before the winds started blowing and trout season closed on November 1st. The trout were around Herman's Bay and feeding on soft plastic baits like a D.O.A. more...
Capt. Joe Ward - Fort Pierce


2009-10-22
1:08 PM

Ft. Pierce Inshore - Offshore Report - OCTOBER 22, 2009 INSHORE - Not a lot to report his week due to the windy conditions but, I did get a few repots of trout down around Bear Point and up around the Round Island area -- these are places you could get out of the wind. Most of the tr more...
Capt. Joe Ward - Fort Pierce


2009-10-18
5:51 AM

Ft. Pierce Inshore - Offshore Report - OCTOBER 18, 2009 INSHORE - This week's report hasn't changed a lot from last week's. Good trout action is being reported at places like Harbor Branch, Round Island to the north and to the south in the river the bite has been at Herman's Bay. Mo more...
Capt. Joe Ward - Fort Pierce

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