Saturday, November 25, 2017

Scouting Around Palm Beach/Martin County Area


The beaches in the Jensen area are still a bit lackluster for fishing right now.
The St. Lucie and the Indian River, however, are still firing.
Anglers using live shrimp on quarter-ounce jigs are cleaning up!
Pompano, sheepshead, tripletail, bluefish and Spanish mackerel are all being caught around the docks, seawalls and channel markers.
The power poles spanning the river have also been good.
The redfish bite is still excellent. Though there haven’t been as many big ones the last week, there are still plenty of slot size fish being caught.
At the Boynton Inlet anglers have been catching pompano.
Anglers fishing the Lantana Bridge are reporting catching good-size croaker as well as pompano and sheepshead.
The pompano are being taken on live sand fleas and peeled shrimp and the sheepshead are being caught using clam strips.


Out on the lake the bass bite is still excellent and best using live shiners.
If going with artificial, however, Rat-L-Traps and Zoom Super Flukes are working well.
The Harney Pond and Long 

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