Saturday, November 4, 2017

From Todd /Trey/ Paul @ Juno Bait -Juno Beach

INSHORE:  Snook fishing was good again this week around area bridges at night, and along seawalls and boat docks during the day.  The shrimp jig is becoming a big player at the bridges at night; but the snook are still willing to bite a big swimbait or flair hawk jig as well.  The jacks are cruising the ICW a little bit, and have been hanging around Palm Beach Inlet in fair numbers.  
The bridges are starting to produce some sheepshead and black drum during the day on fresh cut shrimp.

SURF/PIER:  GREAT Surf fishing right now.  All of the fall/winter species are around; and have been biting well.  Pompano fishing along the beach and on the Juno Beach Pier has been great as far as early season results go.  Sandfleas, clams, and Doc's Goofy jigs are the bait/lure of choice for the pompano.  Spanish Mackerel (including some JUMBO sized ones!) action has been red hot on the Juno Beach Pier.  Gotcha Plugs, Rapala X-Raps, crappie jig, and bobber rig with a clark spoon have all been hot for the macs.  Bluefish are biting silver spoons and cute bait well along the beach.  Lots of good action right now along the beach...well worth going if you can; and the weather report/conditions look good for it to stay good through the weekend.

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