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 5/24/2023 9:27:56 AM • Views (11)
Offshore anglers have been enjoying plenty of good fishing and hopefully the impending weather won’t mess that up much. Mangrove Snapper have been very active in the 60′ to 80′ range. mostly on live bait. Kingfish have also been prevalent in the sam...

By Seamus on 5/3/2023 10:35:54 AM • Views (18)
With the weather turning beautiful the last few days fishing has been on the upswing. Offshore anglers are finally getting chances to head out and are being rewarded with Dolphin starting at 80′ all the way out to 300′ with live bait working the bes...

By Seamus on 4/26/2023 9:01:45 AM • Views (3)
The tough conditions of late have limited the options out there but there are some good options. Snook and Redfish have been active in Fort Pierce Inlet mostly on live bait during the day. Some Snook at night are also being caught on jigs. Offshore...

By Seamus on 4/5/2023 1:21:25 PM • Views (12)
Snook fishing in the inlets remains rock solid mostly on live bait and Tarpon fishing at night has been really good. Silver Mullet have been moving north much to the delight of the Tarpon and the schools of big Jack Crevalle nearshore. Snook are bei...

By Seamus on 3/29/2023 1:15:04 PM • Views (15)
Bait has been showing up on the beaches with a few Snook being caught along with Jack Crevalle. Pompano are moving north and those in the right place at the right time are catching a few. Offshore Kingfish have been active in 80′ of water with scatt...

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