06-17-14 TUESDAY: MANGROVE SNAPPER, SPADEFISH, WHITING, REDS AND SNOOK
We have a beautiful morning at the inlet. Winds are blowing out of the East-Northeast at 7 mph and there is a light chop on the water. The NOAA forecast is calling for 1 - 2' seas this morning, but there is also a chance of rain included, keep it in mind if you head offshore today.
We are seeing hit or miss action from the jetties, mornings have been on the slow side but the afternoon bite has picked up. We are starting to see some small Mangrove Snapper come in closer to shore; offshore they have been thick and large in 60' - 90' of water. We're seeing Spadefish, a few Margate, Whiting, oversized Reds and C/R Snook. Snook are spawning and it's best not to target them during this time. They can be hard to keep off the line when they are hungry, please handle them with extreme caution if you land one. See the top right corner of this page for catch and release instructions.
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