Friday, December 15, 2017

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

INSHORE-  The bluefish showed up in the ICW this week, along with a few jacks and ladyfish up in Hobe Sound.   Snook fishing remains pretty good at night, just remember the season is now closed so its just catch and release for a month and a half.  The Loxahatchee River sparked to life over the past few days with some snook, redfish, and jacks happily eating live shrimp around boat docks.  
SURF/PIER-  Lots of bluefish around the past few days...and they have been hungry!!!  Spoons, diamond jig, gotcha plugs, swimming lures, and cut mullet have all been solid bait choices for the bluefish.  Low light periods of the day will be best for the bluefish, but for the most part they can be caught throughout the day.   Spanish mackerel are also scattered up and down the beach in pretty good numbers as well.  A few pompano are being caught each morning and afternoon on sand fleas and clams.  No rhyme or reason to the pompano's location...just been a luck of the draw and landing on them in the right spot.  Shark fishing has also been good from the beach as well.  Lots of good stuff going on!

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