Friday, February 24, 2012

From Capt. Henry @ SNOOK-NOOK Jensen Beach

Surf anglers it has been an unusual week, the Pompano have been there for an afternoon bite, from late morning to mid afternoon from Frederick Douglas to Hobe Sound we have had reports. As always that is subject to change but the Blues are there for the early angler, cut baits will find them and please do not walk away from you equipment, big Jacks are cruising the shallows. These fish go to forty pounds, can tow a boat, they will take your rod home with them and as I always say the further you are from you rod and reel the bigger the Jack. Plenty of Whiting and a few Snook, no one is targeting these fish, live bait or try a Bomber bait they like the warm water.
Trout are a hungry group, from north to south an easy catch, mix in the Reds and you can have great day the best part is it is in your back yard. The river has been perfect all week with Jacks, Blues and Lady fish to keep you busy and a few Pompano to add spirit to the game. Best time is when you can, fish have been with us all day, live shrimp, soft rubber,or a suspending lure, baits that work below the surface for best results. Two to three feet of water is their location, Pompano have been in six foot of water, deeper water is a little cooler but the fish are there all you need to do is come on down...............................................

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