Friday, October 11, 2019

From Todd &Trey @ Juno Bait -Juno Beach

INSHORE-  Snook reports remain very good inshore right now.  The snook are taking advantage of the last pods of mullet pouring through.  Bridges, seawalls, and boat docks are all great spots to start looking for the snook right now.  For the most part they want to be in a nice ambush spot and not wandering around in open water.  Best bet is to locate good ambush spots, and try to fish the tides to your advantage.  Use incoming or outgoing tide to present baits to fish naturally for best results.  Should still be some tarpon and big jacks mixed in with the snook.  Also, still a scattered redfish or two being caught inshore.  No great reports yet from the Hobe Sound Flats, but cooling water should really start to get some fish moving in that way as well.  
SURF/PIER-   Pompano reports remain very good along the beach and at the Juno Beach Fishing Pier.  Sandfleas, clams, and FishBites will be the best bait choices, while Doc's Goofy Jig reigns supreme as far as lures go.  No hot color yet to speak of on the jigs, so be sure to have a few different options to offer.  Bluefish are starting to show up along the beach as well in decent numbers.  Loud noisy topwaters (ask us for a custom "Pelican"), diamond jigs, and cut bait are all good choices for the bluefish.  A few scattered Spanish Mackerel reports, but no big numbers yet to speak of.  The spinner sharks are starting to show, and are already starting to show some interest in the topwater lures as well.  The Pier may provide the most fishing chances this weekend, as the report currently has it looking a bit rough! 

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