INSHORE: Catch and release snook fishing remains the main game in town on the inshore side of things right now. Fish low light periods and at night for best luck with the snook. Outgoing tides will tend to produce a little better, but don't rule out the incoming tide.
Mangrove snapper action has been good inshore, with bridges and deeper boat docks seeming to hold a decent number of snapper right now. AS the continuing theme goes on...look for the snapper to bite best during low light periods of the day and at night. Small live pilchards and live shrimp are hard to beat for the mangroves.
SURF/PIER: Catch and release snook fishing remains the main game in town. The snook are being caught in good numbers around the inlets, along the beach, and at the Juno Beach Pier in good numbers. Lure fisherman will do best on the snook early in the morning and late in the afternoon. Those using live baits will find luck throughout the day, especially on the tides. Moving waiter is key at the inlet, while high tide gets them closer to to the beach. The Juno Beach Pier had a nice mixed bag of species this week. A few spanish mackerel were caught, sand perch and croakers were still in the first trough, a few mangroves were caught, snook action remains good, and a good number of bonita have been pushing through. Even heard of a few pompano on the beach this week...a little more east wind may turn into a few more pomps this weekend!