Thursday, April 20, 2017

Scouting Around Palm Beach/Martin County Area


In Jensen Beach the snook fishing is still red hot.
Anglers fishing around structure and out on the flats are having excellent luck.
Bear Point, in some of the deeper cuts, has been great recently.
LIVETARGET soft plastic artificial lures have been working extremely well.
The trout fishing is still good as well.
Despite the wind, anglers are reporting good action fishing the docks on the west side of the St. Lucie River and Intracoastal Waterway.
The trout lie in wait on the west side as bait gets pushed in from the east.
Along the beaches in Jensen it’s been quite miserable with the strong onshore flow and sargassum.
Though there are pompano biting, most anglers have been reporting constantly having to remove the seaweed from their lines and it just not being worth the hassle.
In Jupiter, the snook bite has also been excellent in the Loxahatchee River and the Intracoastal.
Along the beaches in Jupiter, from the Juno Pier up to and through Jupiter Island, the pompano bite is still good. They are hitting on sand fleas, clams and Fishbites.
In Boynton Beach, fishing off the beach has been extremely lackluster.
A few tarpon have been spotted around the inlet.
There has been little to no bait in the area.

 Out on the lake the shiner bite is still good.
The artificial bite, however, is again not far behind with good luck being had using Gambler Swim Jigs.
With the low level, anglers should be cautious while fishing along the grasslines.

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