SURF/PIER- Surf fishing seemed to improve this week. Bluefish, including some good size ones, showed up in better numbers. While you can pick away at them during the day, the best action has actually been at night. The Juno Beach Pier is still open at night and has been a great spot for the bluefish. Fresh chunks of cut bait will be the best bet for the blues. The spinner/blacktip sharks are here in good numbers as well. If you find them in the right spot grouped up you can get the on topwater lures early/late in the day; but the best bet for them remains chunks of bait at night. Pompano action was fair this week. Best action on the pompano still seems to be up north a bit. Croaker and whiting are biting small pieces of shrimp in close. Spanish Mackerel action remains very good at Peck's Lake.
Friday, February 12, 2021
From Todd, Trey & Nick @ Juno Bait -Juno Beach
INSHORE- Snook fishing has been fair to good depending on the day and spot. The shrimp jig bite remains pretty solid, especially when you can manage to catch the tide right. Orange, pink, and gold glitter shrimp tails have been the best bet for the snook for the most part. Sheepshead have been biting well inshore.
Sandfleas and live shrimp are a solid choice for the sheepshead, and also for black drum. Pompano reports remain pretty good up on the Sailfish Flats in Stuart. Doc's Goofy Jigs are a solid choice for the pomps. The Hobe Sound flats are holding a good number of ladyfish and small jacks.