Guest Speaker for February

The guest speaker will be Rich Vidulich, “Pompano Rich”. Rich is the owner of the Surf Tack Sales and Beach Charter Guide. The topic will be pompano fishing.

Inaugural Fort Pierce Sportfishing Club Annual Species Tournament

In an effort to promote a “friendly fishing” competition amongst the members, the Club is proposing an annual fishing tournament for a specific set of fish species. The tournament for 2017 will run from March 1 to December 1. In the future, the tournament period will run from January 1 to December 1. Winners of the tournament will be recognized during the Club’s Annual Holiday Dinner in December.

A draft of the tournament details (e.g., eligible species, rules, reporting requirements, etc.) can be viewed by clicking on the “Annual Species Tournament” tab. Please email any comments or questions to Kalani Cairns.

Slow Shrimp Boil in March

The Club is preparing to have a shrimp boil for its members and guests during our March 15 meeting. The boil will contain shrimp, sausage, corn, etc. The cost is $15 per person for the food. Beer and water can be purchased from the Club or you can BYOB. Interested attendees are encouraged to purchase their tickets early. More details will be presented at the Club’s February meeting.

2017 Bahamas Trip in late March

Sign up sheet for those interested in  the Fish the Bahamas Cruise at Old Bahama Bay Resort in March (sometime between March 20 – 31). Room is $150.00 per night.







6th Annual Fort Pierce Oyster Festival in April

The 6th Annual Fort Pierce Oyster Festival is tentatively scheduled for Saturday, April 1 from 10 am to 7 pm and Sunday, April 2 from 10 am to 4 pm, although scheduling details have not been finalized. If you are interested in volunteering for this event, we will have a sign up sheet at the February 15th meeting.

Click here to view details of the festival as they are finalized.

Fishing Information links added

Two new links have been added to the Fishing Info panel:  a link to TCPalm’s fishing columnist, Ed Killer, and a link to local fishing reports. Hope they help.

Discount offered for FPSC members interested in joining Tow BoatUS
FPSC is recognized by BoatUS as a COOPERATING GROUP. BoatUS, Boat Owner’s Association of the United States, the nations’ largest association of recreational boat owners, promotes the Cooperating Group program which allows a BoatUS Membership at a reduced price and additional benefits to members of the group at no cost!
If you are a member of the Club, contact Capt Stan before you join BoatUS and you’ll save $15 on a membership fee. Just another benefit derived from you Club membership.

Enclosed is the 2017 BoatU.S. discount information for our club members. The code is GA85180B.