Friday, March 9, 2018
Beach Fishing With Paul Sperco Palm Beach/Martin County Area
Its Friday morning and the although surf is starting to subside it still may be a few days before we can go set up a few rods along the beach. The huge swells of this past week are starting to lose some size but the water clarity is going to be a challenge as the sand and sediment needs to settle and some clean water needs to reappear. The beaches have definitely changed as to depths, troughs, and overall erosion factors. I am going to start looking today and can hopefully pinpoint a few areas to target when it becomes fishable. The winds are forecast to go from northwest, north,northeast, and the southeast through Saturday night and then back to southwest,west,and northwest again as we head into next week. The westerly direction will definitely knock the near shore wave heights down and hopefully the pompano, whiting, croaker, bluefish, and jacks will be in a chewing mood. Its going to get better and the springtime surf bait should turn back on.
Posted by Tony Rose
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