The snook are out in full force in the Treasure Coast, and they are being found in the inlets, along the beaches, and in the Indian River. Keep in mind that snook season closed last night at midnight, and will reopen on Sept. 1.
The beaches are also holding good numbers of whiting and croaker.
Tarpon are showing up around the inlets, and the early-morning bite has been strong. You should also have success targeting them in the early evening after a heavy storm. Redfish, flounder, and some snapper are being caught in the St. Lucie Inlet as well.
In addition to snook, anglers are catching plenty of redfish and trout in the Indian River, especially around the bridges.
The snook are steady along the beaches of Jupiter, as well as in the inlet and around the bridges on the Intracoastal Waterway. Croaker are also thick along the beach, and they make great bait for those hoping to hook a slot-size snook.
Anglers fishing from the Hobe Sound public beach are still reporting bluefish and Spanish mackerel.