Above average temperatures have inshore fishing in a confused state. Snook don't know if its summer, fall, or winter; and getting the pattern on them remains tough. Around the local bridges a few sheepshead, black drum, and snapper have been biting. The Hobe Sound Flats are holding fair numbers of jacks, ladyfish, and a stray pompano or two. Reports have trickled in that Burnt Bridge and Munyon Island may have a few spotted seatrout hanging around.
This weeks one day cold front did help push some fish down towards the Juno Pier. Bluefish, Spanish Mackerel, Jacks, Ladyfish, and a few sharks were reported this week. Throwing heavy spoons and diamond jigs are producing the best results. Pompano action remains scattered at best.
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