There is still a decent snook bite at the St. Lucie Inlet, but the fish are definitely beginning to make their way back into the rivers. Anglers using live shrimp and working the dock lights along the river at night are faring well catching snook as well as sea trout and redfish. Snook are also being caught at the Jensen Causeway on jigs and jigs tipped with shrimp. Tripletail are being caught on the channel markers. At the Boynton Inlet, there have been some large snook and tarpon spotted hanging around the outside sandbar on the incoming tide. Jetty fisherman have been catching mangrove snapper and jack crevalle. On the Lantana Bridge, anglers are catching tarpon on live threadfins, sheepshead on oysters and mangrove snapper on live shrimp.
There has been an excellent morning bite for bass on the south end of the lake. Both live shiners and several artificial baits are producing excellent results. For artificial, Gambler Aces and Zoom Super Flukes are working well.