Saturday, January 7, 2017

From Todd /Trey @ Juno Bait -Juno Beach

INSHORE:  The inshore flats around Munyon Island, Hobe Sound, and even the Loxahatchee River are starting to come alive with a variety of species.  Sheepshead, ladyfish, jack, snook, and even the occasional redfish are poking around the flats right now and have been very willing to eat a live shrimp.  Snook fishing has been fair around the bridges.  The bridges are also holding a nice number of sheepshead and black drum or two.   
SURF/PIER:  Pompano fishing improved a little this week, with some fair catches coming in north of Jupiter Inlet.  Spanish mackerel fishing remains strong off of Peck's Lake.  Bluefish action should improve this weekend with the passing cold front.  Also just about time to see a big push of blacktip and spinner sharks around. 

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