Saturday, March 19, 2011

From Todd @ Juno Bait & Tackle

INSHORE- The bite inshore has still been pretty good, although with the hot bite offshore, it is getting a little less attention these days.  With slightly warmer temperatures the snook bite is improving by the day.  The spotted seatrout have not left the grassflats yet, nor have all the pompano.  With all of that said, fishing a DOA shrimp on your favorite flat should produce some nice mixed bag action.  MacArthur State Park, Munyon Island, and Hobe Sound flats are all holding some fish these days.
SURF/PIER- The pompano bite was very good a couple of days this week, and very very slow the others.  Just seems like you have to get in front of them on the right day.  Sandfleas, if you can find them, are still the top producer; with shrimp and clams picking up the slack.  Some nice whiting and croakers are picking up the slack when the pompano don’t want to bite.  The bluefish haven’t totally left yet, and the big springtime blues should show pretty much any day.  The blacktip sharks are still around in good numbers as well.  Snook are hanging around the pier with the warmer weather, and they are hungry.

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