Thursday, February 16, 2012

From Todd @ Juno Bait - Juno Beach

INSHORE- Snook season is back open, and with the mild winter we’ve been having the fish are around in good numbers and feeding well.  As usual with the snook, nighttime and good current will produce the most bites.  Keep in mind this time of year the main diet for snook is shrimp when picking out baits and lures.  Other inshore action has been spotty.  The Intracoastal north of Jupiter is holding some ladyfish, jacks, trout, and a few pompano.
SURF/PIER- Pompano fishing has been a little better over the past week, but still not great.  The spinner and blacktip sharks are showing up in decent numbers.  Spanish Mackerel and bluefish action is scattered at best.  Wish I had more to write about the surf fishing, just not a great winter for it…

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