Tuesday, May 8, 2018

From Todd &Trey @ Juno Bait -Juno Beach

Snook fishing continues to improve inshore as the snook start the move towards the inlets.  Bridges close to the inlets will start to produce more fish, as will the inlets themselves.  The snook are hungry right now so don't be afraid to fish the big baits.  This id the time of year they are going to eat them.  Mangrove snapper action continues to improve inshore as the weather warms up.  Jacks are still cruising the ICW in decent numbers, as are possibly a few tarpon.
SURF/PIER:  Pompano fishing remains good along area beaches.  Sandfleas, clams, and Fishbites remain the baits of choice for the pomps. Early morning and late afternoon remain the best time to target the pompano.  Snook fishing continues to improve along the beach and at the Juno Beach Pier.  Some schools of big jacks continue to push along the beach from the Juno Beach Pier to up past Jupiter Inlet.  Scattered schools of Spanish mackerel, as well as a few kings, remain around.  Croaker and whiting are biting fresh shrimp in the first trough.  

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