INSHORE: Catch and release snook fishing remains the best bet inshore right now. The snook are fired up around the bridges at night, and some big females can be sightcasted off seawalls early each morning in the river right now. The outgoing tide will produce best around the bridges, while low light periods are key for having any luck with the snook in the river. Large flair hawk style jigs, swim baits, and bigger live baits are all great choices for the snook right now. The mangrove snapper are biting around area bridges at night on small live pilchards and shrimp. Resident tarpon are popping live shrimp around dock lights at night in the ICW.
SURF/PIER: Catch and release snook fishing remains the main game in town right now, and it has been good. Lowlight periods remain the best, but the snook will bite on an incoming tide as well. Small jigs, swimming plugs, and Vudu mullet are all good choices for the snook right now. The Juno Beach Pier has been good with lots of snook, a few kingfish, scattered cero mackerel, and a few tarpon all in the mix. The Shimano "Colt Sniper" Pug has been a hot lure choice o the pier over the past week or two.