Friday, November 10, 2017

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

INSHORE-  Snook fishing remains the best game in town, especially around the bridges at night.  The shrimp jig bite is really firing up as the weather cools and the mullet continue to thin out.  That said, the snook are still responding well to the end of the season run of mullet so keep some X-Raps or Yo-Zuri's in the bag in case a school of mullet swims by.  Some big jacks are cruising seawalls in the ICW early in the morning.  Munyon Island and the Home Sound Flats are beginning to come to life with cooler water temps.  Mostly jacks and ladyfish now, but a few spotted sea trout are starting to filter in as well.

SURF/PIER-  Surf fishing continues to be very good.  Lots of Spanish Mackerel around, including some really nice ones.  Lots of good lure options for the Macs right now including; Gotcha plugs, X-Raps, Spoons, Diamond Jigs, and the bobber rig with a Clark Spoon.  All those lures are also effective for the large numbers of bluefish that are around.  Scattering of pompano around; with the pomps biting on a day to day basis.  One day it's a hot bite on the pomps, the next they are nowhere to be found.  Still a few snook mixed in with all of the fall species surprisingly, as well as some redfish.  Good action, well worth going if you have a chance! 

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