Friday, August 1, 2014

From Todd / Eric @ Juno Bait -Juno Beach

INSHORE- Mangrove snapper fishing around area bridges has remained fair.  Small live pilchards, live shrimp, or small chunks of sardines are a good choice for the mangroves.  Keep leaders light and terminal tackle to a minimum to avoid spooking the snapper.  Catch and release snook fishing has remained good, and a few more tarpon are showing up inshore to keep things interesting.  It' still a little early; but a few trickles of finger mullet are showing up.  Won't be too terribly long before the big schools of mullet will be showing up inshore.  Some ladyfish have been showing up at night around the bridges to feed on the small pilchards as well.

SURF/PIER- Lots of bait along the beach, and predators are not far behind.  Lots of snook cruising the trough right now.  Get out early and late for best action on the snook.  Work parrallel to the shore, and don't be surprised to find snook in just a foot or two of water.  Lots of snook in Jupiter and Palm Beach Inlets right now.  Mangrove snapper have been being caught at Jupiter Inlet, with the best luck coming at night.  

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