In the Indian and St. Lucie Rivers, the mullet run is still in full effect. Zeroing on the schools, especially on the east side of the rivers, the tarpon are doing backflips tearing them up.
Anglers looking to hook them are having the best luck working the bridges and seawalls, especially near the Crossroads.
Beach anglers are also working the mullet schools and hooking up with tarpon.
They have also reported an uptick in the whiting bite.
Fishing at the Jupiter Inlet is fantastic. Anglers fishing the inlet back into Dubois Park or the inlet down to Carlin Park are having a field day.
Working the schools of mullet that are cruising through, they are catching snook, jack crevalle, ladyfish and tarpon.
A the Juno Pier, there have been a few redfish caught.
From Gulfstream Park up to Phipps Park, surf anglers are catching bluefish, snook, jack crevalle, pompano and ladyfish early in the morning. Gator spoons, Top Dog plugs, Got-Cha lures and Doc's Goofy Jigs have been most productive.
Boynton Inlet anglers are catching bluefish, snapper, pompano, jack crevalle, ladyfish and snook using live and cut bait, surface plugs and spoons.
The Intracoastal Waterway has been loaded with mullet and glass minnows. Redfish, snook, tarpon, ladyfish, jack crevalle and barracuda have been caught along the docks on the west side of the waterway using live finger mullet and gold flash Yozuri crystal minnows.
Anglers at the Lantana Bridge angler have been catching bluefish, Spanish mackerel, mangrove snapper, snook, tarpon and small sharks using live and fresh cut mullet.
The bass bite is still best in the early mornings. Live shiners are definitely working better than artificial baits.
The hot spots, for both bass and bluegill, are the Henry Creek and J&S Canal areas.