Friday, November 6, 2020

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

INSHORE-  Snook fishing has been pretty good this week inshore.  The last of the mullet are rolling through, and the snook have been taking advantage of the end of season buffet.  Look for the spillways to be open this weekend, and the snook should be around.  Flairhawks and SpoolTek swimbaits will be a great choice at the spillways.  Some of the snook have also started to switch to the winter time other words get your shrimp jigs ready for the bridge.   Lots of nice fresh poured shrimp jigs in-stock at the moment; get them while the pickings are good.  Other inshore fishing has began to pick up.  Slight drops in air/water temps have the fish moving around better on the flats.  Won't be long before the sheepshead and black drum will be showing up in pretty good numbers inshore.  

SURF/PIER-   Looks like a blowout this weekend on the surf/pier side of things this weekend.  The water had been holding out and looking pretty good this week, but over the last few days has went muddy and pretty much shut down everything.  Bluefish action has been pretty good overall, although that shut down over the past few days.  Needs to calm back down a little before we see any real change in the surf fishing. 

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