Along the beaches in the Jensen Beach area anglers are catching cubera snapper and a few mangrove snapper have started to show.
The snook fishing is still going off at the St. Lucie Inlet with a few nice fish starting to make their way back up into the river. They are mostly hitting live greenies and pilchards.
The bass bite is still excellent! Working the Kissimmee grass and using white or shad-color swim jigs in the early morning for the first hour and a half after sunrise has been producing the best results. If there’s a breeze at all white spinner baits have worked well. After the sun is fully up it’s time to
start pitchin’ and flippin’ the round reeds. The west side has been good from Indian Prairie towards Horse Island. Though the water is gin clear right now boaters should still use some caution as the level is low.
For panfish the best results are being had by anglers willing to wade as opposed to boat into an area. Working the west side around Uncle Joe’s and using beetle spins and crickets has been best.report courtesy of The Palm Beach Post
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