Friday, June 14, 2019

Scouting Around Palm Beach And Martin County

Along the beaches in the Jensen area, the whiting and croaker bite has been fantastic. They are being caught on shrimp, squid and Bloodworm Fishbites.
Also, on the beaches there have some nice tarpon and snook. The tarpon are being hooked using live pilchards and glass minnows. The snook on the beaches are more towards the inlet where the getting ready to spawn.
In the St. Lucie River, anglers working the Roosevelt and the 10 Cent Bridges are reporting an excellent snook bite using live pilchards, pinfish and shrimp.
Along the beaches in Jupiter and up to Hobe Sound, there has been excellent action on croaker, whiting, jack crevalle and snook.
The seawalls along the Loxahatchee River have been excellent for big lake croaker lately.
The Jupiter Inlet is fantastic for snook right now. Remember they’re out of season, so it’s catch and release only.
Unlike the past few weeks, there have been very few tarpon or snook around the Boynton Inlet. The area has also been mostly devoid of bait as well. There have been large numbers of spinner sharks, however, hanging around the channel on the approach to the inlet.
At the Lantana Bridge, anglers are still catching good numbers of sand perch on peeled shrimp and sheepshead on live shrimp and clams.
Small snook and tarpon also are being caught at the bridge on threadfin herring and greenies. Working the shadow lines with Rapala X-Rap lures has also been producing good results.
The bluegill action is still excellent in the Kissimmee River and Indian Prairie Canal. They are bedding down along the edges. Crickets and worms are still working well and if going with an artificial, beetle spins are the best bet.
The bass bite has been fantastic along King’s Bar, Tin House Cove and even into the Kissimmee River. Anglers working the outside grass lines in the early mornings and late afternoons with chatter baits, spinner baits and swim jigs are doing well. Mid-day can still produce, but best bet is switching to artificial worms.

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