Friday, January 24, 2020

Beach Fishing With Paul Sperco Palm Beach/Martin County Area

Ed Killers headlines in the post below kind of sums everything up for those of us that are wanting to bend a rod along our local beaches. At least the wave forecasts are back in the single digits from today through Tuesday and I plan on starting to look at some spots on Sunday. Hopefully the big winds from the last few days pushed some of the mackerel and pompano schools into our area and those fish make an appearance. I heard from a fellow commercial angler who was up in Daytona last week visiting a buddy and he spent Thursday afternoon on the beach . He managed to catch 30 pounds of pompano and a cooler full of big whiting in just a couple of hours. I am keeping my fingers crossed the water temperatures dropped in that area and those fish are heading our way. I also want to send a thank you out to all of my great customers that I have been forced to cancel our beach charters in the last couple of months and once things settle down I will do my best to get you rescheduled. Maybe things will really turn on and the wait will have been worth it. As soon as I get out I will post a report on fishing and beach conditions because I am sure there have been some changes . The Snook Nook and Fishbites website have a good supply of pompano rigs at the moment as Randy and I haven't had much to do other than tie rigs!! Good luck and catch em up as soon as the surf becomes fishable. The Snook Nook still has a supply of Yellow Crab Fishbites as of yesterday so make sure you stop in and grab a bag or two.

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