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Hey TOF Crew,

 

Got this video in my feed and thought you guys might enjoy it.

 

If you have ever fished the Inlet pier and wondered what it looked liked underwater,

Well here you go.

 

Here are a few pics from our last visit to the inlet. These Bruiser sized Jacks kept us busy for hours. Also landed some nice Blues and a couple of decent Pomps.

All fish caught on 1/2oz Polar White NBJ

Cheers TK

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That pier has been a very popular spot on the east coast for decades! But the surrounding areas to fish there are tremendous and nobody really fishes them... VERY good fish have been caught there over the years and is one of the biggest inlets (for miles) on that coast! Nice fish!!

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I've been in boats/skiffs there on the engine power and seen 5-8 mph reading on the gauge and yet moving NOWHERE! But for sure an epic area to fish! If you really want to try your luck, go down to Ft. Pierce inlet!!! Your skills will be tested without doubt. But Fishin around there is amazing

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I've been in boats/skiffs there on the engine power and seen 5-8 mph reading on the gauge and yet moving NOWHERE! But for sure an epic area to fish! If you really want to try your luck, go down to Ft. Pierce inlet!!! Your skills will be tested without doubt. But Fishin around there is amazing

What's the best time of year to fish for snook at Ft.Pierce?

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Just about year round honestly, but it's on fire in spring

An old Indian Proverb:

Follow the seasons, find the fish.

Also

When the bait is more plentiful than the fish, it's time to stop fishing.

Much obliged.

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