INSHORE- Lots of mullet around over the past week....mullet run isn't over just yet! Snook remain the main species around inshore, but a few more jacks (Including some big ones) are pushing in as well. Look for the mullet to move around the most during lowlight periods of the day and at night. Fishing will obviously be best in the same kind of time frame. If your into throwing lures go with hardbaits (Yo-Zuri Pencil and Darter, SP Minnow, X-Rap) over soft plastics as just enough bluefish are mixed in to make throwing soft plastics very annoying. Other inshore action is beginning to pick up as well. Our wintertime drum and sheepshead are starting to filter in. Not in huge numbers just yet, but they are coming back in. A live shrimp on a jighead is a great lure choice for them.
SURF/PIER- Bluefish are beginning to show up in fair numbers. Best action on them remains north of Jupiter Inlet, with a few making it down to the south as well. Noisy topwater lures are a great choice during lowlight periods of the day, while spoons an cutbait work well when the sun is up a bit. Spanish mackerel are scattered up and down the beach in good numbers. Pompano action wasn't as good this week, but some are still being caught. The sharks are around in pretty solid numbers right now. Pretty good mixed bag action along the beach for the most part.