INSHORE: The snook fishing remains the main game in town right now. The bridge fishing remains the best bet, and with the current dirty condition of the water you can catch them on both incoming and outgoing tides.
photo courtesy of TandA Jigs
Flair hawks, X-Raps, and live mullet remain the baits of choice, and with a water cool down coming throw those big baiters while you can. Still some mullet coming through so in addition to the snook, a few tarpon and big jacks are realistic possibilities. Other inshore action remains spotty at best.
SURF/PIER: Depending on water conditions, the fishing could really fire off along the beach this weekend. A little cleaner water could have the spanish mackerel, bluefish, ladyfish, jacks, and even some pompano feeding like crazy. Looks like it's going to be rough so get the surf tackle, heavy leads, big spoons, and other essentials ready to deal with wind and waves. Low light periods of the day will remain key. Could still see some snook on the beach, and it's still a very good chance we could see some tarpon on the beach.