INSHORE: Snook fishing continues to dominate the inshore scene right now. Springtime mullet continue to push through and the snook (especially the bigger ones) are keyed in on them. The bridges are holding snook at night, especially on the outgoing tide. Flairhawk jigs and big swimbaits remain solid bait choices for the snook right now. The Loxahatchee River has been holding some large jacks and juvenile tarpon. Be prepared to cover some water to find them. Sheepshead have been biting around boat docks and bridge pilings. Look for pilings covered in barnacles to be holding the most sheepshead. Palm Beach Inlet has been holding a good number of jacks and tarpon as well. The jacks aren't overly particular about what they eat...the tarpon like live shrimp!
SURF/PIER: Pompano fishing improved over the past few days, with some good catches coming from the Juno Beach Pier to Jupiter Inlet. Sandfleas, clams, and FishBites remain the baits of choice for the pompano. Hopefully conditions don't go away to quick and the pomps hang around for a bit. Scattered bluefish and mackerel have been hanging around, but not in huge numbers. Croakers are biting in the first trough on fresh cut shrimp. The blacktop sharks are around in good numbers and very willing to bite a fresh chunk of bait.