Monday, March 27, 2017

From Todd /Trey and Paul @ Juno Bait -Juno Beach

INSHORE:  Snook fishing will once again be the main game in town on the inshore side of things.  Fair number of snook hanging around the bridges at night and under docks and along seawalls during the day.  Look for outgoing tide to produce best for the snook.  Live shrimp, medium size swimsuits, and flair hawk jigs are all good choices for the snook currently.  She big jacks cruising around inshore.  Look for them to make themselves noticeable as they blast mullet along seawalls.  Nothing like watching a twenty pound jack crush a zara spook along a seawall!  Other inshore action remains a bit spotty.  

SURF/PIER:  The pompano reports improved again this week, with reports coming in up and down the line.  The fish seem to be spread out, with reports coming from both north and south of Jupiter Inlet.  
The big bluefish are still hanging out north of Jupiter Inlet.  Look for the bluefish to readily strike large popping plugs or heavy spoons during lower light periods of the day.  Spanish mackerel have been scattered along the beach as well.  The blacktip sharks continue to hang around in good numbers.  Overall good surf fishing...just looks like tough fishing conditions this weekend.  

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