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Fishing Reports by Capt. Joe Ward


2009-03-11
9:00 PM

Ft. Pierce Inshore - Offshore Report - MARCH 12, 2009 INSHORE - There has been a lot of action this week starting with loads of spanish mackerel and bluefish. These fish have been around the Ft. Pierce Inlet and in the Turning Basin. All you need is something shinny or any kind of l more...
Capt. Joe Ward - Fort Pierce


2009-03-05
1:41 PM

Ft. Pierce Inshore - Offshore Report - MARCH 5, 2009 INSHORE - The inshore fishing this week has been tricky with all the northeast wind that we have had all week but, I am still getting reports. For the snook try the lighted docks along the Ft. Pierce Inlet as well as the docks on S more...
Capt. Joe Ward - Fort Pierce


2009-02-27
7:37 PM

Ft. Pierce Inshore - Offshore Report - FEBRUARY 26, 2009 INSHORE - There has been plenty of action on the bottom with sheepshead and black drum on just about any structure you can fish. A live shrimp or a small crab are the best baits to use. The local bridges are the place to be if more...
Capt. Joe Ward - Fort Pierce


2009-02-19
7:26 PM

Ft. Pierce Inshore - Offshore Report - FEBRUARY 19, 2009 INSHORE - The inshore fishing was good over the weekend and during the first part of the week -- before all the wind started. The best action has been from the sheepshead and black drum and they have been holding along the c more...
Capt. Joe Ward - Fort Pierce


2009-02-13
4:54 PM

Ft. Pierce Inshore - Offshore Report - FEBRUARY 13, 2009 INSHORE - There has been a lot of action this week with the wind changing direction and laying down some. Starting with the bottom fishing -- plenty of black drum, sheepshead, spanish mackerel, and a few croakers around the are more...
Capt. Joe Ward - Fort Pierce


2009-02-06
9:27 AM

Ft. Pierce Inshore - Offshore Report - February 6, 2009 INSHORE - The weather this week has not been good for fishing but, I did manage to get in two charters. On Tuesday I had Gil and his father-in-law Jim on the boat. They meet me at the dock and I gave them a choice between the w more...
Capt. Joe Ward - Fort Pierce


2009-01-29
7:55 PM

Ft. Pierce Inshore - Offhshore Report - JANUARY 30, 2009 INSHORE - The inshore fishing this week has been good one day and off the next. The weather played a big part in it but, the water did warm up a little -- it was 58 degrees on Sunday. The colder temps have made the fish go deep more...
Capt. Joe Ward - Fort Pierce


2009-01-22
12:29 PM

Ft. Pierce Inshore - Offshore Report - JANURARY 22, 2009 INSHORE - The weather conditions this week haven't been that great with a lot of wind and plenty of cold temps! I did get reports of scattered trout, catch and release snook and some redfish around the flats from Round Island s more...
Capt. Joe Ward - Fort Pierce


2009-01-16
7:08 AM

Ft. Pierce Inshore - Offshore Report - JANUARY 16, 2009 INSHORE - The inshore fishing this week has been a challenge with the cold temps and the north wind. Most of the action that was reported came from anglers fishing in the middle of the day when things had warmed up a little. Th more...
Capt. Joe Ward - Fort Pierce


2009-01-08
9:01 PM

Ft. Pierce Inshore - Offshore Report - JANUARY 8, 2009 INSHORE - The inshore fishing this week has been a good one. The fishing for snapper, sheepshead and spanish mackerel has been very good when fishing along the channel edges from just north of the North Bridge up to Round Island. more...
Capt. Joe Ward - Fort Pierce

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