INSHORE- Summertime heat has inshore fishing pretty slow currently, and conditions don't look to change much for the weekend. Snook fishing will be the best bet inshore. Look for the snook to be most active early in the morning, late in the afternoon, and at night. Live mullet along a seawall is your best bet for the snook during the day. At night a flair hawk around the bridges is a good choice, especially on an outgoing tide. Mangrove snapper action remains fair inshore; especially at night.
SURF/PIER- Catch and release snook fishing remains the main game in town right now. The Juno Beach Pier snook bite has been very good; especially early in the morning and late in the afternoon. Live sand perch and croaker are your best bait choices for there big snook; but they can also be caught on pilchards and sardines as well. If you're into throwing lures try small white jigs and soft plastic paddle tails or small swimming plugs for best luck with the snook. Look for the snook to be in super close for the most part. At night a flair hawk or SpoolTek will be a solid choice; but those baits are lust a little large for calm water daylight conditions. The Juno Beach Pier has been holding a few summertime Spanish Mackerel; but not in huge numbers. Lots of blue runners around the pier to keep the rods bent. Still a few permit being spotted cruising the end of the pier. Good mangrove snapper action early in the morning at the pier. Live shrimp and small live pilchards are great bait choices for the snapper.