Tarpon and snook are biting until mid-morning along the beaches of the Treasure Coast. However, whiting, croaker and some pompano are hitting throughout the day.
In the Indian River, the usual suspects are around, but you better be out on the water early because the bite really dries up about an hour after sunrise. If you can’t make it out early, you may have some success fishing along shaded shoreline in deeper water.
At night, the snook are this around the bridges.
A few tarpon have been spotted rolling in the surf along Jupiter, but there are definitely some nice snook there. They are also holding in the Jupiter Inlet, along with some pompano.
The Intracoastal Waterway action has been pretty much limited to snook around the bridges and docks early in the morning and later in the evenings. This goes for the Jupiter area, as well as all of central and southern Palm Beach County.
A few snook and tarpon can also be caught from the county’s inlets, and you may get lucky and hook one on the beach.
The bass fishing has been pretty good on Lake Okeechobee if you’re out on the water before the sun comes up. Anglers fishing the outside edges and back in the grass are catching several fish, but the bite is done by 9:30 a.m.
Some of the biggest fish seem to be in the 4- to 5-pound range, and live shiners are the bait of choice.
report courtesy of Palm Beach Post
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