Sunday, September 15, 2019

From Todd &Trey @ Juno Bait -Juno Beach

INSHORE-  The mullet run continues to take center stage on the inshore side of things.  Snook, tarpon, jacks, and even a few redfish are being caught inshore around the mullet schools.  For the most part the mullet are moving primarily at night, very early morning, and late afternoon.  A wide variety of lures will work around the mullet schools; including Zara Spooks, Rapala X-Raps, Yo-Zuri Mag Darters and Pencils, SpoolTek Swimbaits, and many more.  Of course fishing live mullet is also a good option.  Wether fishing lures or live mullet, best action typically comes while fishing the outside edges of the school or also fishing below the school.  Baits that become separated from the school are just easy pickings for lazy predators.  Fishing the bridges at night remains a good snook option as well.  With current water conditions(DIRTY!), both tides are working pretty equally.  The usual bridge jigs and swimbaits are all working well.  

SURF/PIER- The water remains very dirty along the beach, but still some decent reports coming in.  Despite the gross chocolate milk looking water the snook are biting, mainly around mullet schools.   Bigger mullet schools are holding the tarpon, though the past week has been tough to get on any real consistent numbers.  It's that time of year when we see a few redfish being caught.  The reds are in the inlets, along the beach, and even been a few at the pier.  Also at the pier in the dirty water has been a handful of triple tail.  Pompano bit for a day or two last week, but no reports of any numbers over the past few days to speak of.  

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