INSHORE- Catch and release snook fishing remains the main game in town right now. The bridges are holding a good number of fish, as are the spillways. Look for the bridges to produce best on an outgoing tide, and the spillways to be good when the gates are open. Some nice jacks cruising the seawalls early in the morning.
Mangrove snapper are hanging around the bridges; with the most action on them coming at night.
SURF/PIER- Catch and release snook fishing is absolutely on fire right now at the Juno Beach Pier. Lots of big snook showing up, and they are eating. Look for large live sandperch and croakers to get the biggest fish to eat. A lot of the time it's been harder to get a sand perch to bite than it has to get the snook to. The snook are also in Jupiter and Palm Beach Inlets in good numbers as well. Live baits will be the ticket during the day; while flair hawk jigs and big swimbaits are a good choice at night. Snook fishing has also been good along the beach, especially on high tide. Look for the snook to be in the first trough picking out easy meals. The tarpon are still moving along the beach to the north of Jupiter Inlet, with most being out of shore casting range (In other words you need a boat to get a shot at them). Scattered mangrove snapper around the Jupiter Inlet jetty.