White's Tackle

White's Tackle
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Address1106 U.S. 1
Fort Pierce, FL, US
Phone(772) 461-6909
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About White's Tackle

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In 1925, White's tackle opened its doors in downtown Fort Pierce, Florida in the PP Cobb Building. During that time, Fort Pierce was known for its growing commercial fishery and interests were soon sparked by recreational anglers that learned of the spectacular fishing in the area. After World War II, White's Tackle moved up the street to 51 North Second Street. Since that move, White's Tackle has grown with the ever changing fishing world. From its small local beginnings, it is now located in a 5000 square foot building.

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By Seamus on 11/23/2022 9:28:11 AM • Views (44)
It looks like we’ve got some better weather headed our way for the holiday weekend. There haven’t been lots of reports over the last few days but Sebastian Inlet has been very good at night for activity. Snook Tarpon larger Jack Crevalle and big Lad...

By Seamus on 11/2/2022 9:33:59 AM • Views (65)
Surf anglers have had some nice conditions the last few days and activity has been up. Pompano numbers are slowly rising with Round Island the most consistent area. Spanish Mackerel have been around in good numbers with Bluefish and Jack Crevalle al...

By Seamus on 10/26/2022 10:25:36 AM • Views (23)
Some calmer west winds have arrived giving surf and offshore anglers some better conditions and hopefully some good fishing. Offshore there’s been Dolphin in 120′ of water and the Kingfish bite in 70′ to 80′ of water has been good on greenies. In th...

By Seamus on 10/5/2022 9:49:28 AM • Views (149)
It appears the mullet run has turned back on full tilt post storm with lots of finger mullet and some silvers moving down the beach. Tarpon sharks Snook Jack Crevalle Ladyfish Redfish and Bluefish are all waiting for them as they pass by. NLBN ‘Lil...

By Seamus on 9/7/2022 10:21:36 AM • Views (134)
Good morning everyone. Surf conditions remain fairly calm for a few more days and mullet and greenies are providing food for Snook Tarpon Sharks and Jack Crevalle. NLBN Lil’ Mullet Hogy Paddle Tails and plugs have all provided activity along with li...

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