Saturday, February 15, 2020

Beach Fishing With Paul Sperco Palm Beach/Martin County Area

It must be the weekend because the latest forecast is for wave heights to be building to 9 feet tomorrow and "subsiding"to 5 to 7 feet on Sunday. Unbelievable. The pompano bite this week fell off a bit from the previous weeks bite but showed signs of improvement yesterday at beaches like Beachwalk Pasley, Santa Lucea, and Stuart beach . The best action this week was in the afternoon and Yellow Crab and EZ Flea Fishbites are still the "go to' baits. Looking ahead to next week the winds are forecast to shift back to the southeast and hopefully make conditions fishable again. I wanted to thank the Nettles Island and Stuart Rod and Reel Fishing Clubs for the opportunity to do "mini" pompano seminars at their monthly meetings the last two nights. Not only do we have great surf fishing along the Treasure Coast, we have the best fishing clubs and organizations that promote our fantastic inshore, offshore, river, and surf fishing opportunities. There was a pretty big show of hands last night of anglers that were planning on attending George Poveromos Saltwater Sportsman Magazine National Seminar Series at Club Med right here in Port St Lucie on Saturday Feb 29. I strongly recommend that you get your tickets before it sells out. The new updated flyer is posted below with all of us that will presenting at Georges event. We will be covering everything from sailfish to pompano so plan on attending. Change some line, tie some rigs, clean your rods this weekend so you will be ready to get back on the beach next week. I will be at Bass Pro today and most likely tomorrow if you have any questions about gear, tackle, baits,or locations for your upcoming fishing trips. 

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