You can look for plenty of action around the Fort Pierce Inlet and in the turning basin when the bluefish, Spanish mackerel and big jacks are following the bait schools from the ocean. There should also be some bonito and sharks mixed in. Find the birds and the schools of bait and the fish will be there. Try a live bait or anything shiny like a spoon or a Gulfstream Flash jig. On the flats, the trout and redfish should be in the deeper cuts and channels along the Intracoastal. Try using a finger mullet or a live shrimp fished under a popping cork or a top water bait at daylight or just before dusk. The snook fishing should be red hot around the area docks and bridges. Again, live baits like a mullet, pinfish or a shrimp will be your best bet. Along the channel edges the snapper, sheepshead and a few black drum should be active when the tide is moving. Anglers using a live shrimp fished on a #2 hook, an 18-inch, 20-pound fluorocarbon leader and a one-half to one-ounce weight depending on the current, will have the best results. You can try your luck at the south jetty for a few flounder and use a live shrimp and an eighth-ounce or quarter-ounce troll-rite hook. Surf fishing will continue to improve with good catches of whiting, croakers and a few pompano in the mix. Use live or fresh dead shrimp and for the pompano use a strip of clam.