Friday, April 13, 2018

From Todd &Trey @ Juno Bait -Juno Beach

INSHORE-  Snook fishing remains pretty good inshore right now.  The bridges are holding snook at night, especially on the outgoing tide.  Scattered jacks moving around in the ICW.  Look for the jacks to be most active during lowlight periods of the day moving along seawalls.  A large mullet or big topwater plug is a good choice for a cruising bruiser jack.  Tarpon are still hanging in Palm Beach Inlet in fair numbers.  Some mangrove snapper are starting to be caught inshore.  The flats are starting to slow down a bit with the warming weather.  

SURF/PIER-  Nice mixed bag action at the Juno Beach Pier and along the beach right now.  Pompano action remains fair to good up and down the beach.  Lowlight periods of the day will be the best for the pompano.  Sandfleas and clams are the bait of choice for the pompano.  The Juno Beach Pier is also producing pompano on Doc's Goofy Jigs.  Spanish Mackerel have been hanging around the Juno Beach Pier in fair numbers.  White crappie jigs are no doubt the top producing lures for the macs right now.  It's a bit early, but the snook are starting to show at the pier.  A dead sardine is the bait of choice for the snook right now.  Could be a pretty good weekend in the surf...go if you have a chance! 

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