Friday, December 27, 2019

From Todd &Trey @ Juno Bait -Juno Beach

INSHORE-  Inshore bite has been pretty good as of late.  Catch and release snook fishing remains pretty solid with warmer outside temps overall.  The snook are feeding around docklights at nights and laid up around seawalls and under boat docks during the day.  The snook are also biting well around the bridges at night, especially on the shrimp jig (we have been hard at work trying to keep the shrimp jig bins full...pretty solid selection as of right now).  Sheepshead are biting around area bridges on shrimp and sandfleas,  along with a few black drum as well.  The Hobe Sound flats have had some live around, with a good mixture of ladyfish, jacks, snook, and few pompano around.  Also been a scattering of pompano being caught in the Loxahatchee River as well.  

SURF/PIER-  Conditions overall have had surf fishing pretty tough for the most part the past week.  A handful of pompano are being caught by those fishing through the nasty stuff, but it is tough overall.  The Juno Beach Pier has had a fair number of Spanish Mackerel around, as well as a few bluefish.  Bluefish action overall is off this season, so hopefully a few cold fronts will push some more this way.  Pompano action should improve with calming conditions coming up.  Spanish Mackerel action has steadily improved at Peck's Lake, but dirty water had them put off over the past week or so.  

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