I wish I had more to report about the surf fishing results in our area but unfortunately the strong winds from the south are keeping everyone off of the beaches. The steady 20 to 25 mph flow are making conditions tough for those that like to target the spring Pompano fishery. I took a rod to Hobe Sound this morning and the surf was all white water and large waves out for a quarter of a mile. Before this wind started on Sunday morning, the afternoon Pompano bite was excellent at Middle Cove, Hobe Sound, and Blue Heron beaches. Look for this action to start up again after we get a wind shift, which is forecast to begin Wednesday night into Thursday. Pompano, croakers, whiting, bluefish, and jacks should be feeding once our conditions improve. Here's to a wind shift and a return to the great springtime surf action that we should all be enjoying at this time of year. Good luck and catch em up.