Monday, December 11, 2017

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

INSHORE:  Snook fishing remains good inshore.  An approaching cold front could throw things off a bit for the snook this weekend.  The bridges and docklights are producing snook at night, with shrimp and shrimp imitating lures being a top choice right now.  Other inshore action is on the slower side.  A few jacks and ladyfish around.  Not much else to write about on the inshore front...
SURF/PIER: A scattering of pompano around has kept the interest up enough to keep everyone going, and a few people catching.  It's not red hot for the pomps; more than anything landing on the lucky spot of the day.  Sandfleas and clams are the top baits for the pompano right now, with fishbites coming in a close third.  Spanish mackerel are starting to show up in a bit better numbers.  The Juno Beach Pier has been producing a fair number of bluefish.  The spinner sharks are starting to show as well.

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