Friday, October 29, 2021

 INSHORE-  Another pretty good week of snook fishing on the inshore side of things.  Still a surprising amount of mullet around, and the snook are taking advantage big time!  Look for the best action on the snook to be at night on moving tides around the bridges for the most part.  During the day key in on docks and seawalls with good current flow.  It's all about picking out the good ambush points and presenting baits in a natural fashion.  Lots of jacks and still a few tarpon as well around with the snook.  The topwater bite on all three has been good early in the morning and late afternoon...lots of fun to watch them blast a Yo-Zuri Hydro Pencil clean out of the water! 

SURF/PIER-  A little slower this week on the beach/pier but still some pretty good fishing!  The Juno Beach Pier has had a solid bite on the mangrove snapper.  Live shrimp and chunks of sardines have been working great on the snapper.  Best bite will be first thing in the morning, and then again real late in the afternoon.  Bluefish action has continued to improve along the beach.  Still some good pods of mullet around with lots of tarpon, sharks, and jacks in them.  Spanish Mackerel action has slowed a bit his week, but remains pretty good.  Already a few Peck's Lake reports coming in...won't be long now till it is really firing off up that way.  Pompano fishing was a bit slower this week, but still a good number around!  The pomps are biting bait and Doc's Goofy Jigs equally well.  Should only improve as the weeks go on!

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