In the Jensen Beach area, the snook bite has been really good. Using live pilchards around 3 inches in length has produced excellent results around area bridges.
The pompano bite has been decent along the Jensen Beach Causeway by the Relief Bridge on incoming tide.
For trout, the waters around Bear Point have been fairly consistent.
Along the beaches in the Jupiter area anglers are taking keeper snook using lures in the churned up water.
In the intracoastal, near the Catos Bridge, the fishing has been good for snapper, although most have been juveniles.
Further up between markers 42 and 46 the fishing has been steady for sheepshead, croaker and black drum.
Around the Boynton Beach Inlet, mangrove snapper, tarpon, bluefish, jacks and a few snook are being taken on live shrimp or cut mullet.
In the Intracoastal around Boynton Beach, anglers fishing the various flats and around the docks, have been getting mangrove snapper and sand perch on cut shrimp, sea trout and snook on both top water plugs and rootbeer Cotee jigs.
They’ve also been getting small blacktip sharks in the same areas on any kind of bloody bait.
At the Lantana Bridge anglers have been reporting good action on sand perch and small black drum.
On the lake, the outside grassline has been best if it’s not too dirty to fish.
With this weekend’s approaching strong winds the fishing will be challenging. The best bet will be to find a place to hide and look for clean water. Shiners are still working great. If going with an artificial bait, try using chatterbaits, spinnerbaits and swim jigs.
courtesy of Palm Beach Post