photo courtesy of Jayson Arman @ that's r-man land based fishing services
INSHORE: Catch and release(this weekend you can invite one home for dinner) snook fishing remains the best inshore bet right now. The mullet run hasn't really reached us yet; but the first trickles of mullet are showing. Look for the snook to bite best at night around the bridges on an outgoing tide. Jupiter and Palm Beach Inlet are both still producing good numbers of snook as well. The Hobe Sound Flats continue to hold a surprising number of fish for this time of year. Good mixed bag action of snook, spotted seatrout, redfish, mangrove snapper, and a few others. Scattered reports of a few tarpon moving around further up the Loxahatchee River.
SURF/PIER: Very good fishing along the beach for this time of year. Catch and release snook fishing remains very good, and should be very this weekend at night with the full moon. Spoolteks and 6" Tsunamis Swimbaits have been a great lure choice at night. During the day the action has been best around the glass minnow schools (Hobe Sound beach has been especially good). Tarpon and Spanish Mackerel have been the most abundant species around the minnows, but plenty of others are mixed in as well. Been a few kingfish caught at the Juno Beach Pier in the afternoon on large X-Raps. Good fishing overall, definitely worth going if you have a chance.