INSHORE- Catch and release snook fishing remains really good inshore. Lots of ways to catch the snook right now. Good fishing in the river for them during the day. Live mullet fished under boat docks and along seawalls will be a great way to go, especially for the bigger cruising fish. Early in the morning and late late in the afternoon (as the sun is going down) they should get active enough to chase down a topwater. At night the snook have been hanging around the bridges in good numbers. A flair hawk or big swimbait will be a good lure choice. Outgoing tide will most likely be the most productive, but don't overlook incoming tide in certain spots as well. Snook are stacking up in the inlets pretty good as well. A few jacks and tarpon cruising around inshore, but the snook will be the main game in town. Mangrove snapper will be hanging around their usual summertime spots.
SURF/PIER- Catch and release snook fishing will be the main game in town along the beach, at the pier, and in the inlets right now. Lots of different ways to catch them, so a really fun time to get out and try different techniques and tactics. The Juno Beach Pier has had a decent number of Spanish Macs around, along with a handful of kings. A fair number of tarpon cruising along the beach; along with a handful of big jacks. Croakers have been biting well in the first trough. Small pieces of shrimp are the ticket for the croakers.