06-08-17 THURSDAY: SPANISH MACKEREL, LOOKDOWNS, BONITO, LITTLE TUNNY
Winds are blowing out of the South-Southeast at 8 mph, gusting to 11 and there is a moderate chop on the water. We have clouds over the inlet, dark clouds looming offshore and good chances of showers throughout the day. Boating conditions are poor ahead of a frontal boundary. Winds and waves will diminish on Friday as the front is predicted to stall Thursday night.
There's not a lot to report as the bite remains the same. Spanish Mackerel and few Lookdowns are hitting sporadically off the jetties. Schools of Bonito and/or Little Tunny have been seen and one or two landed but that is about it. Snook are OUT OF SEASON until September first for spawning season. Please do not target the species during this time. Please read the FWC regulations at the top of the page on handling catch and release species so you'll know how to handle them if you get one on the line.
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