INSHORE- Snook fishing has been very good this week with spring (damn near summer) like weather. Good numbers of snook stacking up around docklights and local bridges at night; and hanging along seawalls and boat docks during the day. Live shrimp, DOA Shrimp, and custom shrimp jigs remain a solid choice for the snook. Been some spring run mullet showing up as well, so don't be afraid to break out the bigger baits as well. Surprising number of mangrove snapper around inshore this week, along with some good numbers of sheepshead.
SURF/PIER- Pompano action was a bit better this week, though most of the fish remain north of us still. A better bite from the bluefish as well, but still better up to the north. The Juno Beach Pier has had a fair number of Spanish Macs around, with a crappie jig being the lure of choice for them. The big news from the surf this week has been the spinner sharks. Lots of them around now, and a lot of fun on light tackle. The sharks can be caught on topwaters early and late in the day, and are biting chunks of fresh bait at night very well. Not the greatest looking forecast for the weekend