Friday, January 7, 2022

Todd & Eddy @ Juno Bait -Juno Beach

 INSHORE-  Sheepshead fishing has been good inshore.  A small jighead with a live shrimp is a solid way to go for the sheepshead.  Lake Worth/Palm Beach Inlet is a good spot to look for the sheepshead.  As are local bridges and boat docks; especially ones that have access to deep water and barnacles growing on them.  Catch and release snook fishing has been fair inshore.  Some big snook layer up under boat docks in the Loxahatchee River.  A live mullet is hard to beat for the snook.  The shrimp jig bite has been fair at night around the bridges for the snook.  Outgoing tide will be the best, but don't overlook incoming tide if the water is a little dirty.  

SURF/PIER-  A big swell and dirty water has kept reports to the minimum this week.  Pompano reports remain very slim.  Those putting in the time on the beach are finding a stray pomp or two.  Sandfleas, clams, shrimp, and FishBites are all good baits to try for the pompano.  Bluefish numbers have increased slightly.  A loud noisy topwater popper is a great lure choice for the blues.  Spanish Mackerel action has been good up towards Peck's Lake.  Clark Spoons, Gotcha Lures, and crappie jigs are all good lure choices for the Macs.  A couple box of glass minnows will go a long way in getting the Macs fired up.  About time to start seeing bigger numbers of Blacktip Sharks showing up.  

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