Saturday, August 8, 2020

From Todd & Trey @ Juno Bait -Juno Beach

 INSHORE-  A few early season trickles of mullet coming through...won't be long till we really see a good number showing up inshore.  Snook fishing remains the best bet inshore, with a handful of bruiser jacks and maybe a tarpon or two in the mix as well.   Snook fishing will be good with live baits (mullet or pilchards are good choices inshore) during the day in the Loxahatchee River around good current based points and boat docks.  Snook fishing has also been pretty good at night around the bridges.  Flair Hawks and Swimbaits remain the top choices for the snook.  They are keyed in on bigger baits, so don't be afraid to throw some larger lures at them.  Last of the incoming and first of the outgoing will be good tides to fish.  Mangrove snapper action has been fair inshore.  Small live pilchards and live shrimp are great bait choices for the snapper.     

SURF/PIER:  Catch and release snook fishing has been good along the beach, at the Juno Beach Pier, and in Jupiter and Palm Beach Inlets as well.  Look for the snook bite to be really good at night on the backside of the moon.  The inlet bite will be best on the tides; and heavily bait dependent.  For the inlet snook it's all about the croakers and sand perch.  The Spanish Mackerel have been biting well at the Juno Beach Pier.  Small Clark Spoons below a bobber rig are a great choice for the Macs, as is free-lining small live baits.  A handful of big jacks cruising the beach, along with a few tarpon.  The Juno Beach Pier has seen a few Bonita as well over the past week.  Jupiter Inlet is producing a few mangrove snapper.  Fair number of croaker and sand perch are biting small pieces of shrimp in the first trough.

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