Friday, November 22, 2019

From Todd &Trey @ Juno Bait -Juno Beach

INSHORE-  Inshore fishing has been pretty good with the changing season.  Snook are still biting fairly well in the Loxahatchee River during the day, and around docklights and bridges at night.  Another front or two and the snook will really be keyed in on shrimp; as it is now they are biting a wide variety of baits.  Jigs and swimbaits are producing well, especially around the bridges.  DOA and Vudu shrimp lures are top choices around docklights.  The Hobe Sound flats have continued to produce nice mixed bag action.  A few pompano, jacks, ladyfish, and others are all in the mile marker 40-44 range.  Some big jacks pushing around in the Loxahatchee River right now.   Live mullet or a noisy topwater fished along seawalls is a solid choice for the jacks currently.                                   
SURF/PIER-  Following the swell this week the fishing is GOING OFF along the beach and also at the Juno Beach Pier.  The Spanish Mackerel made a HUGE showing over the past few days in a big way.  The Mackerel showed up pretty much from Jupiter to Palm Beach Inlet just about overnight.  Bluefish also showed up in solid numbers with the macs.  Silver spoons, gotcha plugs, diamond jigs, and just about anything else you threw in the water was being demolished over the past few days.  Forecast looks good for the fish to stick around as well.  Pompano fishing remains very good, with some solid numbers coming in from both the surf and pier.  Sandfleas and FishBItes are the top bait choices from the beach.  Doc's Goofy Jigs are catching them on the Pier.  The sharks continue to hang around in good numbers as well.  Lots of fish along the beach right now...great time to go! 

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