Friday, November 23, 2018

From Todd &Trey @ Juno Bait -Juno Beach

INSHORE-  Snook fishing remains good inshore, especially at night.  Bridges and dockligts are both holding a good number of snook at night.  Look for the snook to be switching over to more of a shrimp based diet.  The usual inshore wintertime species (Black drum, sheepshead, and maybe a few redfish) are starting to fill in under boat docks and bridges in the ICW and Loxahatchee River.  A few spotted seatrout starting to show up on the Hobe Sound Flats and around Munyan Island.  
SURF/PIER-  Bluefish action remains very good up and down the beach.  Poppers, diamond jigs, and fresh cut bait are all solid bait choices for the bluefish.  While you can catch the blues throughout the day, best action will be lowlight periods of the day.  Spanish Mackerel(Including some very big ones) are also around and biting.  Pompano action has been fair, with some good numbers and good size fish coming for those finding the right lucky spot.  Sandfleas and clams will be the bait of choice for the pompano.  Blacktip sharks are around in good numbers as well.  Lots of good action on the beach right now! 

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