INSHORE- Snook fishing remains good inshore right now. Still a fair number of mullet around, and the snook haven't lost interest yet (As the water begins to cool the snook won't bother to chase down the mullet as readily; and prefer shrimp and smaller easier to digest baits). Flair Hawks, NLBN Swimbaits, and swimming plugs all remain solid lure choices for the snook. The tarpon are still mixed in with the snook, along with some bruiser jacks. Starting to get a few sheepshead reports coming in, along with the occasional inshore pompano as well. Seasons are no doubt shifting.
SURF/PIER- Dirty water in on the beach has fishing a bit slow this week. A handful of pompano around, and that should only improve as the water (hopefully) begins to clear up a little. A few bluefish around, with the best action on them coming late in the afternoon into the evening. Cut sardines and mullet are a good bait option for the blues; while a silver spoon or diamond jig typically works good lure wise. The Juno Beach Pier continues to produce a fair number of Spanish Mackerel. White crappie jigs continue to produce the most action on the Macs. A solid number of sharks around these days for those looking for something bigger to pull on.
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