At the St. Lucie Inlet the snook bite is still great. Don’t try and trick them with artificials, this is a live bait bite. Pilchards and greenies are working best.
There have been some nice tarpon at the St. Lucie Inlet and along the Jensen-area beaches as well. The key is to find the schools of small minnows that have shown up recently. Yo-Zuri Lip plugs and D.O.A. CAL Shad are producing good results.
In the Lake Worth Inlet, the snook fishing has also been outstanding. They are absolutely hammering live baits and bucktail jigs.
At the Boynton Inlet there has been great action on snook, snapper, tarpon and permit.
Working from the north jetty anglers are catching permit using crabs and whole squid at night.
The snapper are hitting live shrimp and fresh cut small jacks.
Both the snook and tarpon are being caught on live bait, jigs and D.O.A. Shrimp.
The bass bite is still excellent in the early mornings and late afternoons. Working the outside grassline. Using spinner baits, swim jigs and chatter baits has been producing excellent results. For midday switch to live shiners or flippin’. The hot spots the past week have been King’s Bar and, with the east side starting to pick up some, J&S Canal and Henry Creek.
The bluegill bite is also still good with the King’s Bar, rim canal and Taylor Creek areas all working well. Crickets and worms are the go-to baits.
The water is still gin clear. report courtesy of Palm Beach Post