The beaches are teaming with snook and tarpon from Hobe Sound to Boynton Beach. Live baits and DOA CAL and shad tails in pearl and holographic are the best methods for enticing strikes. The snook bite as well as the tarpon bite is fantastic at day break and slows as the day progresses and once again picks back up at sunset. Top water lures also work great -- be sure to work the lure fast causing lots of commotion. Average size of the snook has been 5 to 20 pounds.
Grass flats are offering great action for seat trout, jacks, snook, reds and tarpon. The flats area great to work live baits and artificial baits like DOA CAL 3 inch and DOA shrimp in holographic and glow and gold. Anglers can expect great action in depths from 2 to 6 feet of water. Glass minnows are great signs predator fish are in the area.
Peacock bass action is full steam ahead. The warm water has the peacock bass thriving on the beds as they are spawning mode. Live shiners are great for anglers looking for big numbers. Artificial baits like DOA shrimp in fire tiger and glow and gold work great well as the candy corn 3 inch CAL. Other exotic species like mayan cichlids, oscars and knife fish are plentiful for anglers to tango with.
Remember you can't catch them from the couch, so get out there and get hooked up. Tight Lines!