Along the beaches in the Jensen area, there have been good numbers of tarpon and snook. Walk the beach while throwing a top water plug
Along the beaches in the Jensen area, there have been good numbers of tarpon and snook. Walk the beach while throwing a top water plug or a spoon.
Though snook are still fairly plentiful at the St. Lucie Inlet, they are also moving up into the Indian and St. Lucie Rivers more and more. Live pilchards and greenies are working fantastic.
Along the beaches from Lantana to Gulf Stream Park, anglers have been having a blast hooking up with barracuda and a few tarpon. They are hitting pink tube lures and three-ounce Gator Spoons.
At the Boynton Inlet, nice schools of moonfish have been moving through at night. They are being caught off the south wall using small white and chartreuse jigs.
Snook, tarpon and snapper action off both jetties at the inlet has been best between dusk and dawn. Use live pinfish, spots, sardines or jumbo shrimp as well as Flair Hawk, SPRO bucktail or white chicken feather jigs bounced along the bottom.
The bass bite is still excellent in the early morning. Working the outside grasslines using swim jigs, spinner baits and chatter baits has been best and then around two hours after first light switch over to live shiners. Hot spots have been King’s Bar, Indian Prairie and Third Point.
The bluegill bite is still solid as well. Using crickets and worms anglers are having good luck around J&S Canal and Nubbin Slough.
The lake level has come up to 13.14 feet so there’s more access to