Saturday, May 7, 2022

From Todd & Eddy @ Juno Bait -Juno Beach

 INSHORE-  Snook fishing was very good inshore again this week.  A good number of snook in the Loxahatchee River during the day and around the bridges at night.  Look for the snook to be tight to seawalls and under boat docks during the day.  At night they will get in the shadow lines nosing into the current.  Warmer temps have the snook more active; and they are more than willing to chase down a bigger bait right now.  Palm Beach Inlet has been holding some good jacks, along with a few tarpon.  Starting to see a few more mangrove snapper being caught these days.  A live shrimp or small live pilchard is a solid choice for the snapper. 

SURF/PIER-  Pompano fishing slowed way down this week; but still a few around.  Looks like we should get a some north wind late in the weekend, which in theory should help fire up another little push of fish.  Bluefish seemed to have finally gotten out of town, but you may see a straggler or two around still.  Snook are showing up in a little better numbers along the beach.  The Juno Beach Pier saw a few more cobia, jacks this week, along with a handful of kingfish.  Croakers and whiting have been biting fresh shrimp well in the surf.  Seaweed seems to have thinned out a bit over the past day or two.

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