Friday, November 18, 2022

Beach Fishing With Paul Sperco Palm Beach/Martin County Area

 Here’s a quick report about todays fishing . I was hoping to head back up by Fort Pierce today to see if that bunch of pompano that I ran into on Monday were still in the area . The report from yesterday was not the best from up north so I looked Stokes and Beachwalk Pasley but it was dead low tide around 7 am and those couple of spots are really shallow at low water after Nicole . I ended up in Jensen Beach for a couple of hours and only had 2 throwback pompano to show for it . The water was starting to clean up in the Jensen area but I packed up to look at Coconut and Blue Heron up north. Water was really dirty up there and a call from a friend who was on the south end of the island let me know I went the wrong way . He ended up with 5 nice pompano at days end and I should have just waited for the tide to come up . I did head back down and threw them out in nice looking water in Jensen Beach . I missed the bite on the pompano but did get lucky enough to catch and release a nice permit . EZFlea was the Fishbite that caught my permit and the couple of small pompano that were also released . We’ll that’s pompano fishing and I always say , “it’s harder to find them than it is to catch them”. As we head into the weekend a front is headed our way and the predicted wind shift to north and northeast could make the surf a little sporty. There are some fish around so if it’s fishable get out and give the beach a try . Good luck and catch em up .

Come see Capt. Paul his Seminar at Bass Pro on December 3 . You can still pre register by texting your name to 609 903 8243 or emailing that information to dsperco@yahoo.Com . Anyone who pre registers will receive a fee Capt Paul Pompano rig .

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