Monday, March 5, 2018

Scouting Around Palm Beach / Martin County Area

As the water has warmed up the snook fishing has picked up. They are moving away from structure and out of the holes in search of prey. Males should continue working their way towards the inlet as April approaches with many of those fish being the coveted slot size.
Though forecast to be pretty rough along the beaches this weekend, as March moves on the pompano will begin migrating back north and will be considerably bigger than when they moved from north to south through the area.
Fishing the flats in the Intracoastal Waterway just north of the Boynton Inlet, anglers have taken a few bonefish.



Fishing for speckled perch is still good. The top spots right now are King’s Bar, Eagle Bay and the Buckhead area. They are hitting on jigs and minnows.
The bass fishing has been good as well with live shiners working well. If going with an artificial bait speed worms and spinner baits have been working. Best bets for bass recently have the Pass, King’s Bar and Eagle Bay areas.

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