Friday, May 15, 2020

From Todd &Trey @ Juno Bait -Juno Beach

INSHORE:  Snook fishing remains very good inshore.  The best action remains at night around the bridges; but the inlets are also starting to produce very well during the day as well.  Flairhawk jigs and big swimbaits are working at the bridges, while live bait is going to be key in the inlet.  Look for the top of the outgoing tide to produce the best results, but windy rough conditions offshore could stir the water up enough to trigger a good incoming bite as well.  Other inshore action remains fair.  Still a fair number of tarpon around inshore, along with a good scattering of jacks.  Good action on sandperch in the ICW as well right now using cut shrimp.  

SURF/PIER:   Up to the north the pompano are still biting, but action is definitely beginning to slow on them.  Sandfleas, clams, and FishBItes remain the bait of choice for the pomps.  Croaker are biting small pieces of shrimp in the first trough.  Snook are starting to get out on the beach a bit more, along with the start of the tarpon moving north.  NOt much of a forecast for the beach this weekend, but hopefully we will see some more access open up next week along with a little nicer weather! 

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