Friday, May 24, 2019

From Todd &Trey @ Juno Bait -Juno Beach

INSHORE- Last weekend to invite a slot size snook home for dinner...get on it!   SNook fishing has been a bit off this week, with no solid reports to speak of.  A few snook are being caught around the bridges and some are being picked away at in Jupiter and Palm Beach Inlets.  Live sardines, pilchards, croakers,  small grunts, and pinfish are all good bait choices for the snook in the inlets.  Other inshore reports (not uncommonly for this time of year) remain very slow.  Get out and fish early or late in the day for best luck inshore.  

SURF/PIER-  Snook are beginning to show up along the beach, but not in huge numbers yet.  Large amounts of seaweed along the beach has made fishing for them tough.  The Juno Beach Pier has been producing a fair number of snook, but they are biting inconsistently at best.  A few good pompano reports coming in from Hobe Sound Beach.  A lot of short pompano around, with a handful of keepers in the mix to make it worth trying.  Croaker and whiting are biting fresh shrimp in the first trough.  A few jacks and tarpon along the beach.  East winds could make fishing a bit tough this weekend.  

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