Friday, July 12, 2013

From Todd @ Juno Bait - Juno Beach Fla.

                         photo courtesy of Eric Gates@Freight Train Land Based Charters
Catch and release snook fishing remains strong inshore.  The snook are feeding mainly at night around bridges with good current.  It’s all catch and release till September, so be careful handling the big spawning females.  They are the future of snook fishing for all of us.  Mixed bag action on sandperch, snapper, and sheepshead around the bridges.  Use small pieces of cut shrimp for best results.
Surf/Pier- Scattered mackerel are hanging around the schools of small bait.  Snook are cruising the surf looking for an easy meal.  Some Tarpon and big Jacks cruising the beach in the early morning as well right now.

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