Tuesday, April 16, 2013

From Capt Joe Ward @ Bait Shack - FT Pierce

The inshore bite has slowed a little with the trout and redfish bite being the best right now. There has been some nice fish reported. Look for trout taking live threadfins and pilchards. Most of the trout are big fish - from 5 to 8 pounds. The smaller trout are taking a live shrimp fished under a popping cork. Try the flats to the north of the North Bridge and fish in 2 to 4 feet of water. The redfish have been feeding on shrimp and you will want to fish around the mangroves in that same area as you will for the trout. The snook fishing has been steady in the Ft. Pierce Inlet and they have been taking live baits. The trick has been to keep the bait away from the big bluefish and jacks.

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