Sunday, January 22, 2023

From Todd, Eddy & Jeff @ Juno Bait -Juno Beach

 INSHORE- Sheepshead reports remain pretty good inshore right now.  Live shrimp is a reliable bait choice for the sheepshead.  Palm Beach Inlet has been holding a decent number, as have area bridges and boat docks as well.  Dock and bridge pilings with lots of growth (Barnacles in particular) on them are a great spot to start looking for the sheepshead.  The Munyan Island flats are holding a fair number of jacks, along with a stray pompano or two.  Catch and release snook fishing began to improve later in the week with warming weather.  Snook season is just around the corner...time to start looking around for them! 

SURF/PIER-  Good pompano fishing early in the week when the swell was up.  The Juno Beach Pier had a pretty good number of pomps caught; with most coming on bright colored Doc's Goofy Jigs and a few on bait.  A fair number of bluefish and jacks around early in the week as well with the swell.  Calmer conditions and south winds later in the week did slow things back down.  Conditions do look good for the fish to bite along the beach and at the pier on Saturday (At least in theory!).  Spanish Mackerel action slowed way down at Peck's Lake with dirty cold water pushing in.  Shark action along the beach improved a bit this week.  Fresh chunks of bait at night are the way to go for the sharks.

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