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Fishing Reports by Capt. Joe Ward


2009-05-21
5:52 AM

Ft. Pierce Inshore - Offshore Report - MAY 21, 2009 INSHORE - The weather patterns this week has made inshore fishing not that great. Lots of anglers are just not going but, for the ones that didn't mind the wind and rain they reported some trout to 4 pounds up around the Harbor Bran more...
Capt. Joe Ward - Fort Pierce


2009-05-15
6:29 AM

Ft. Pierce Inshore - Offshore Report - MAY 15, 2009 INSHORE - There is still good snook action around the area bridges as well as in the Ft. Pierce Inlet. Most of the slot fish have been caught on live baits. On the flats the trout bite has slowed some since last week but, there are more...
Capt. Joe Ward - Fort Pierce


2009-05-07
1:31 PM

Ft. Pierce Offshore - Inshore Report - MAY 7, 2009 OFFSHORE - I am going to start off with the offshore bite this week. DOLPHIN, DOLPHIN & DOLPHIN! Last Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday the dolphin bite was red hot. We had them coming into the docks by the boat loads. Most of more...
Capt. Joe Ward - Fort Pierce


2009-04-30
11:26 AM

Ft. Pierce Inshore - Offshore Report - APRIL 30, 2009 INSHORE - There has not been a lot to talk about this week with all the strong southeast winds. The winds have everything to the south in the river almost un fishable. But, to the north around the Round Island & Queen's Cove are more...
Capt. Joe Ward - Fort Pierce


2009-04-23
2:21 PM

Ft. Pierce Inshore - Offshore Report - APRIL 23, 2009 INSHORE - The inshore fishing has been good with a lot of snook action in the Ft. Pierce Inlet on the out going tide. A live bait fished on the bottom is the best pattern to use. However, mots of the snook have been over the slo more...
Capt. Joe Ward - Fort Pierce


2009-04-16
8:55 AM

Ft. Pierce Inshore - Offshore Report - APRIL 16, 2009 INSHORE - There has been a lot of action with most of it happening between the North & South Bridges and in the Ft. Pierce Inlet. Let's start with the Inlet -- there has been a red hot snook bite on the falling tide for anglers us more...
Capt. Joe Ward - Fort Pierce


2009-04-09
7:56 PM

Ft. Pierce Inshore - Offshore Report - APRIL 10, 2009 INSHORE - The inshore fishing has been good now that the strong winds have gone. There has been a lot of big trout feeding on white baits along the spoil islands to the north of the North Bridge. Most of the fish reported have be more...
Capt. Joe Ward - Fort Pierce


2009-04-02
4:06 PM

Ft. Pierce Inshore - Offshore Report - APRIL 2, 2009 INSHORE - The inshore fishing has been good for the anglers fishing for trout. The best reports are coming from around the spoil islands to the north of the North Bridge for the anglers who were using live baits like greenie's or m more...
Capt. Joe Ward - Fort Pierce


2009-03-26
7:51 PM

Ft. Pierce Inshore - Offshore Report - MARCH 28, 2009 INSHORE - There has not been much to report this week except for plenty of southeast to east winds. This has made fishing from most spots tough. About the only reports were coming from Bear Point where there has been some trout, more...
Capt. Joe Ward - Fort Pierce


2009-03-20
7:45 AM

Ft. Pierce Inshore - Offshore Report - MARCH 20, 2009 INSHORE - The inshore fishing was good the first part of the week before the winds started and the rain came. There was plenty of bluefish and spanish mackerel action around the Ft. Pierce Inlet and between the North & South Bridg more...
Capt. Joe Ward - Fort Pierce

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