Saturday, June 18, 2011

From Todd @ Juno Bait & Tackle

INSHORE/SURF/PIER- Its summertime, and with the exception of the catch and release snook fishing it is a little slow right now.  With hot air temperatures come hot water temperatures and very slow moving fish.  No matter what your target species fish early morning, late afternoon, or even try the night bite.   The snook are taking up their summer homes in the inlet and along the beach, and they are showing up in good numbers.  Live croakers, whiting, and sandperch are your best be for some big snook bites right now.  If your into lures try Rapala X-Raps, white bucktail jigs, and soft body swimbaits.  The summertime resident spanish mackerel are hanging around the pier.  Small livebaits and longshanks hooks are the ticket for them!  Otherwise, it is a slow pick on everything else…just have to get out and try!

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