Thursday, June 12, 2014

From Todd / Eric @ Juno Bait -Juno Beach

INSHORE- Catch and release snook fishing is strong right now around the bridges at night.  Scattered reports of some nice inshore mangrove snapper this week as well.  The mangrove will bite live shrimp, small chunks of sardine, or small live pilchards.  They can be finicky; so go light with your leader and keep terminal tackle to a minimum.  Sheepshead have been around some local bridges and seawalls.  Big jacks have been cruising ICW seawalls early and late in the morning.

SURF/PIER- The Juno Pier is producing some truly monster snook right now, with big croakers and sand perch being the key baits right now.  The snook are biting best late in the afternoon.  (Quick note, these big female snook are the future of the snook population.  Be careful with them, and avoid dropping them from the pier when releasing)  Still a few very late season pompano being caught these days.  Resident spanish mackerel are biting at the pier from time time.  Tarpon schools are moving along the beach,especially early in the morning.  

Good luck this weekend, and Happy Father's Day to all the great fishing dad's we kno

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