INSHORE- Snook fishing remains strong inshore. The Loxahatchee River has been holding a good number of fish this past week. The topwater bite has been good early in the morning and late in the afternoon. Look for the snook to be laid up under boat docks and along seawalls with good current flow. A live mullet fished along a seawall with current is a great way to get a snook bite when the sun gets up a little higher. Small tarpon and jacks have been mixed in with the snook in fair numbers. Mangrove snapper continue to fill into their summertime inshore hangouts.
SURF/PIER- Rough surf shut the fishing down for the most part this week. Pompano fishing has largely dried up. We could still see a few fish push through; but for the most part they have pushed north of us.
Lots of big jacks cruising the beach the past few weeks. Despite rough surf; the Juno Beach Pier saw a fair number of jacks push through this week. A few snook at the Juno Beach Pier as well. Look for snook fishing to improve as the ocean continues to calm down. A handful of mangrove snapper beginning to hang out around the Pier as well.
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