Friday, June 3, 2016

From Todd / Eric @ Juno Bait -Juno Beach

INSHORE:  Snook season has closed for harvest, but catch and release action continues to heat up.  The bridges are holding a good number of snook.  Especially the ones closer to inlets as the snook push on that way.  The smaller non-spawning size snook are stacking up around dock lights in good numbers and are a lot of fun on light tackle.  Other inshore action remains a bit spotty.  Shouldn't be too long before the mangrove snapper start to show up inshore in a little better numbers.
SURF/PIER:  Kind of a tough week over all for surf fishing.  A handful of late late season pompano are being caught, as well as some croaker in the first trough.  Snook are showing up in a little better numbers along the beach, as are a few tarpon and some big jacks.  The funky water along the beach has not helped much, and with any luck it'll begin to clear up soon.

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