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Capt. Tris Fishing Report 
Inshore Offshore Fort Pierce, Florida
Report Updated 10-12-2010


Of particular interest to those of us who live on Florida's Treasure Coast is the prospect of an upcoming sailfish season to rival that of last year's December 2009 - January 2010 record setting pace. 

October has already shown signs of unusually good dolphin fishing east of Fort Pierce Inlet and the sailfish bite is also ramping up as the first little fronts come marching through. 
Bluefish and Spanish mackerel will be prevalent inshore, tarpon in the surf line and kingfish will be spread out from the beach to offshore structure in approx 90'. 
Look for a few wahoo,  blackfin tuna, dolphin  and plenty of sailfish along weed lines and color/temperature changes offshore of the bar in 100' to 250'.

Tight Lines,
Capt Tris