Thursday, June 26, 2014
From Todd / Eric @ Juno Bait -Juno Beach
INSHORE- Warm weather has inshore fishing on the slow side. Some snook to be caught during lowlight periods of the day. Look for the snook to be holding in deeper channels, and feeding aggressively on moving tides. Scattered reports of a few mangrove snapper holding around area bridges. Other action remains very spotty.
SURF/PIER- Tarpon are moving along the beach north of Jupiter Inlet. Catch and release snook action is solid along the beach right now. Still catching some whiting and croaker in the first trough. The Juno Pier is producing some stud snook right now. Scattered schools of resident spanish mackerel have been around the pier as well. Not much doing bait wise on the pier right now.
Posted by Tony Rose
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