White's Tackle

White's Tackle
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Address1106 U.S. 1
Fort Pierce, FL, US
Websitehttp://www.whitestackle.com/
Phone(772) 461-6909
Emailinfo@whitestackle.com
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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 6/5/2024 9:19:34 AM • Views (14)
Summer is here and the fishing reflects that. Offshore anglers have been catching Dolphin in the 120′ to 150′ range and Kingfish in the 70′ to 80′ range in decent numbers. Tarpon have been moving thru along the beaches taking flies live bait and swi...

By Seamus on 5/29/2024 1:51:40 PM • Views (16)
Offshore anglers have several good options lately with Kingfish in the 70′ to 80′ range Dolphin out at 180′ to 200′ and Grouper in between around 120′ to 150′. Nearshore and inlet anglers are encountering Tarpon in larger numbers and there are some...

By Seamus on 5/8/2024 9:12:12 AM • Views (30)
Surf anglers have been dealing with some seaweed but more bait has been showing up and Jack Crevalle Bluefish and Snook have been taking advantage of it. Pompano numbers have slowed and with the warm weather coming they will likely be scarce for som...

By Seamus on 4/25/2024 8:59:27 AM • Views (24)
Coming off another late season front it looks like pretty good conditions for a few days until the winds pick up even more. Offshore anglers have been catching scattered Dolphin in the 120′ range. Surf anglers have had some Snook around and some big...

By Seamus on 4/3/2024 10:49:12 AM • Views (47)
We’ve got some windy conditions today then turning westerly which should calm the surf back down and perk things up. Pompano and Whiting fishing has been pretty good of late on sand fleas and Snook numbers are starting to creep up just a bit as well...

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