Friday, October 30, 2020

From Todd, Trey & Nick @ Juno Bait -Juno Beach

 INSHORE-  Snook fishing will remain the main game in town on the inshore side of things.  The late season mullet are still rolling around inshore a bit and the snook are keyed in on them nicely.  Fish docks and seawalls with good current flow for best luck with the snook.  Also, look for the snook to be active around the bridges at night, especially on a good outgoing tide.  If the flair hawk isn't getting bites, consider giving the shrimp jig a shot as's about that time!  The spillways have been open, and the snook bite remains pretty good at most of them.  A flair hawk or heavy swimbait is a good choice for the spillway.  Should be a few tarpon around with the snook, as well as some jacks.  Flats action (Hobe Sound and McArthur) are still a bit slow, need some cool fronts to help fire that up! 

SURF/PIER-  Bluefish have started to show up in pretty good numbers, and will provide the most action for those trying the surf or pier this weekend.  GT Ice Cream, "Pelicans", Spoons, and cut mullet will be the best bet for the bluefish.  Look for low light periods to be the best for the blues.  No great pompano reports this week, but a few are around.  FishBites remain the bait of choice for the pompano, outfishing even sand fleas and clams.  Sharks made a very nice showing along the beach this week, and provide a lot of drag pulling fun for those looking to pull on something a little bigger! There's been a few Permit hanging around the pier.

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