In the both the St. Lucie and Indian Rivers, the snook fishing has been good. During the day live bait has been working best while at night throwing Flarehawks has been producing. Size-wise it’s been a bit of a mixed bag, but there are definitely keepers to be had.
If you’re looking for a fight there are some big jack crevalle moving into the St. Lucie and Indian Rivers right now and they’re just itching to test some lines. Working the beaches from Lantana Public Beach down to Boynton Inlet, anglers are catching jack crevalle using spoons and yellow bucktail jigs.
Anglers working the Buckhead Ridge and Tin House Cove areas have The spec bite has been fantastic around Little Grassy and Third Point. They are up in the grass right now and anglers are getting their limits using minnows and jigs.
More freshwater fun:
Working a few of the waterways in the conservation area west of Boynton and along the 441 canal, one angler reported catching and releasing 52 largemouth bass and two snakeheads. The bass were up to six pounds. They were caught on a variety of lures including Senkos in silver, gold and black flake, red and black, black and yellowtails as well as blue/black half-ounce jigs with a blue flake Gambler crawfish. They caught around a dozen of the bass on five weight flyrods casting white chartreuse crazy Charlie flies.