Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Scouting Around Palm Beach / Martin County Area


In the St. Lucie River the snook fishing has been decent. There are good numbers of fish, but most are smaller with a few slot-size mixed in.
In the river there currently are good numbers of bonefish as well as redfish.
Along the beaches in Juno up to Hobe Sound the pompano fishing has been decent. Best results are being had using Doc’s Goofy Jigs, Fishbites and sandfleas.
Also along the beaches the croaker and whiting bite has been consistent.
In the Jupiter area, anglers looking for snook are having the most success night fishing by the dock lights along the Intracoastal Waterway and Loxahatchee River.


Though the recent cold snap has slowed the bass fishing down a bit, anglers are still catching them using live shiners, rubber worms and flipping.
The speckled perch bite has also slowed down. The Government Cut and the Kissimmee River areas are the best spots with minnows and jigs the best baits.

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