INSHORE: Snook reports are getting better by the day. The snook are moving towards the inlets (Or already in the inlets in some cases), and they are hungry. Flairhawks, swimbaits, and swimming plugs are a good way to go for the snook right now. Look for outgoing tide to be the best, especially around bridges with some deeper water and good current. Other inshore action is a bit spotty. Some jacks cruising the ICW, a few resident tarpon up the Loxahatchee River, and sheepshead around the bridges kind of round out the rest of the inshore action.
SURF/PIER: Pompano action slowed this week, but a few are still being caught. Early morning bite has been best for the pomps. Don't be afraid to put the baits out in the dark right now...the pomps will feed at night on the full moon. Snook action continues to improve at the Juno Beach Pier and Jupiter Inlet. Dead sardines have been the bait of choice at the pier, while a smaller live silver mullet has been a good choice at Jupiter Inlet. Scattered schools of big jacks are cruising the beach right now, as are some tarpon for those looking for something bigger to catch. Scattered schools of spanish mackerel in and out at the pier.