Friday, March 15, 2019

From Todd &Trey @ Juno Bait -Juno Beach

INSHORE:  Snook fishing improved this week  The bridges are producing some nice slot size fish, especially on outgoing tide.  A flairhawk or SpoolTek remain top lure choices for the snook right now.  Docklights are also holding a good number of snook.  Live shrimp or a DOA Shrimp remain solid lure/bait choices for the snook while fishing docklights.  Scattered jacks roaming around in the ICW right now, but not in huge numbers.  The Palm Beach Inlet continues to produce some big jacks.  Still a few sheepshead holding in the Inlet as well, though they have started to thin out.  

SURF/PIER:  The crazy swings in weather this week have led to a few good days along the beach and at the pier, and also has pretty much shut down other days.  The Juno Beach Pier continues, under the right conditions, to produce a fair number of kingfish.  Most of the kings seem to be coming up in the morning, and then a few stragglers again later in the afternoon.  Scattered bigger Spanish Mackerel mixed in with the kings.  A swimming plug (Rapala X-Rap or Yo-Zuri Longcast Minnow) continues to be the biggest producer for the kings and bigger Spanish.  Scattered pompano reports from the pier.  Not big numbers on a consistent basis coming over the rail, but a few days have managed to produce a fair number of good size pompano for those putting in time with the Goofy Jig.  Better pompano reports continue to come from Hobe Sound area beaches.  Blacktip/Spinner sharks continue to bite in good numbers for those looking for something bigger to pull on.  

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