Friday, July 26, 2019

Beach Fishing With Paul Sperco Palm Beach/Martin County Area

The weekend is here and to be honest with everyone I haven't really had a chance to fish this week. I ran up to Stuart Beach on Wednesday afternoon to try to fish for a couple of hours and got chased off by the lightning and rain. I did manage to catch a couple of nice whiting in the 15 minutes I was able to fish and probably would have put a few in the cooler as there were quite a few swimming in the first trough in the gin clear water. Light winds are forecast for the next few days so the conditions should be pretty nice. High tide will be in the late afternoon this weekend so target your fishing from 3 to 6 pm. Make sure you have Fishbites in your tackle box because the live shrimp availability is almost zero. It is the time of the year when the shrimp are extremely small and the shrimp boats usually take a break from pursuing them .Salted clam shrimps and frozen shrimp will be available for those that want to fish some natural bait along with the Fishbites. Whiting, croaker, catch and release snook , and sand perch should be on the catch list this weekend. 

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