Friday, October 21, 2016

From Todd / Eric @ Juno Bait -Juno Beach

INSHORE:  Snook fishing remains fair inshore, and could improve greatly with a little clean water.  The bridges are producing snook at night on moving water.  IN the dirty water keep the baits big, flashy, and loud.  The fish need all the help they can get to find them!  Large swimming plugs, bright colored flair hawks, and live mullet are all good bait choices for the snook right now.  Other action inshore has been fairly quiet.  A few jacks moving around, but overall it is a little tough.  The ICW up towards Hobe Sound is starting to hold a few fish, and could also see a big improvement with some cleaner water and change in weather.
SURF/PIER:  Tough week overall with the weather and dirty water.  If the water clears up along the beach over the next few days, it should be on!  Look for the mackerel, jacks, ladyfish, and bluefish to out in full force and hungry. Spoons, diamond jigs, gotcha, and big swimming plugs should all work for the above listed.  Pompano could also show up in good numbers.  If the water doesn't clear up for our local area, consider a trip down south.  Boynton INlet south along the beach seems to be holding a fair amount of fish.

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