Friday, March 23, 2018

From Todd &Trey @ Juno Bait -Juno Beach

INSHORE:  Snook fishing remains very good inshore right now.  The snook are biting live shrimp at night around bridges and docklights, and live mullet around docks and seawalls during the day.  The snook maybe a bit sluggish after the front so be prepared to slow things down.  Some big jacks are cruising the ICW.  A noisy topwater plug along a seawall is a god way to go to get the big jacks fired up.  The Sheepshead have been biting around area bridges and boat docks on live shrimp and sandfleas.  Overall pretty good inshore fishing right now.

SURF/PIER:  Pompano fishing was fair this week; both from the pier and beach.  Doc's Goofy Jigs are catching them from the pier, while sand fleas and clams are the way to go from the beach.  Some large bluefish around right now.  Spoons and topwater are a good choice for the bluefish.  Scattered spanish mackerel around.  Lots of sharks along the beach right now, including some full size ones! Could be a pretty good weekend on the beach fishing wise this weekend! 

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