Load up the car and hook up the trailer, it’s time to road trip to one of the best fishing destinations in Florida! Fort Pierce, Florida, located on the central East Coast, is perfectly nestled along the beautiful Indian River Lagoon, the winding St. Lucie River & vast Atlantic Ocean. Gain a little extra inspiration to plan your trip with our list of our top fishing amenities below.
Catch a Grand Slam
One of the main reasons, anglers from around the country visit Fort Pierce is the diversity of fish that you can catch here! Whether you prefer inshore flats fishing on the Indian River Lagoon or deep-sea fishing just offshore, anglers can reel in a mahi-mahi, sailfish, grouper, tarpon, snook, sea trout and a number of other species in one day!
One of the Safest Inlets in Florida
Navigate along the beautiful Fort Pierce Inlet, which is one of the safest Inlets in Florida. Boaters from all over prefer this Inlet over other local inlets.
Free Boat Ramps
We want your fishing experience to be easy and efficient, so all of our boat ramps are free! Pick the boat ramp location that best meets your needs for the ultimate day of fishing. For our full listing of boat ramps in St. Lucie, click here.
Take a day off from fishing and unwind at the Cove. This sandbar spots known as The Cove, just inside Fort Pierce Inlet and across from the Fort Pierce Inlet State Park, is a boater’s hotspot for fun, beautiful scenery & plenty of room to anchor down, and enjoy a day under the sun!
Dock N’ Dine or Cook Your Catch
After an exciting day out on the water, dock along one of our waterfront establishments and grab a bite to eat. Some of our restaurants offer “cook your catch” where you can bring the chef you trophy catch & they will prepare it for you with your meal. Or just enjoy the relaxing ambiance of docking & dining. Check out where you can to Dock and Dine here.
Stunning Waterfront Accommodations
Whether you plan to stay on your boat overnight or would prefer shore side accommodations – here are the best places to stay with your boat.
Don’t have a boat but still want to visit St. Lucie for an epic fishing trip? No worries, find where you can rent a boat or book a fishing charter here.
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