The snook fishing around the St. Lucie Inlet has been excellent recently.
The area has also been fantastic for tarpon.
The St. Lucie River has been loaded with jack crevalle along with schools of mullet.
The water is tinted brown, but crystal clear.
The key is to be there early when everything is still relatively cool. As soon as the day, and the shallow water heats up, the fish will spread out and look for deeper areas.
Anglers fishing from the Juno Pier have reported the fishing for snook and jack crevalle has been red hot.
Fishing for sand perch and small mangrove snapper has been good from the pier as well.
Snook fishing has also been excellent along the beaches in the area. Best bets are early mornings using a top-water plug.
In the Loxahatchee River the water is continuing to clear up and the snook and jack crevalle fishing has been good.
Around the Boynton Beach Inlet, anglers are catching jack crevalle, mangrove snapper, moonfish and tarpon.
Fishing from the Lantana Bridge is yielding small snook, jack crevalle and small snapper.
They are being caught on jigs and cut bait.
courtesy of Palm Beach Post