Monday, June 30, 2014

Palm Beach Report

                                                                        Photo courtesy of Beachwalker Guide Service

   Tarpon are showing up along the beaches of the Treasure Coast.While a few were snagged this week, most of the fish are still sitting in about 10-15 feet, just out of reach for anglers fishing from shore.

   There’s also an excellent snook bite on the beach, and they are being caught throughout the day — except during low tide. Whiting and croaker are around as well.

   Tarpon and snook are biting along the beaches in Jupiter, and there have been some permit in the area during late-evening hours.

   Snook are also biting around the bridges of the Intracoastal Waterway in and around Jupiter at night. Small mangrove and lane snapper are being reported about bridges and docks as well. The action is best at night, but you can have some success during the day.

   There are plenty of snook and tarpon in and around the Lake Worth/Palm Beach Inlet, and they are also being hooked in the Intracoastal in central and southern Palm Beach County.


                        photo courtesy of Fishing With Christina Weber Guide Service

The early-morning bite continues to be strong on Lake Okeechobee. Anglers who have their lines in the water before sunrise are catching good numbers of fish. However, the action is done by mid- to late morning.

   Several fish in the 4-to 5-pound range were reported this week, and live shiners and artificial lures seem to be working equally well.

   The pattern remains the same — the best approach is still fishing the outside edges and back in the grass, if the wind will allow you.That has not been a problem this week.
                                                                                                                  report Palm Beach Post

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