INSHORE- Snook fishing has been pretty good in the Loxahatchee River this week. Been a pretty good number of mullet around and the snook are not too far behind them. A live mullet fished along seawalls with some current will be the best bet for the snook, especially the bigger ones. A walk the dog style topwater (Yo-Zuri Hydro Pencil is a popular one) will also get some attention early in the morning and late in the afternoon. Snook action at night around the bridges has been fair. Sheepshead action has slowed a bit this week, but still a few around. The jacks are still in Palm Beach Inlet in fair numbers; and a little wind in the next few days could help fire them up a bit.
SURF/PIER- The Juno Beach Pier has had a few Spanish Mackerel around. Calm clearer conditions have the Macs dialed in on white crappie jigs. When the bite gets tough add a super small piece of shrimp to the jig to attract a bite. A handful of snook reports also coming in from the pier and along the beach as well. It is a bit "early" for the snook on the beach; but calm warm conditions have them showing a little ahead of schedule. Pompano reports were SLOW this week; but a little south wind in the forecast could help get them going a bit. Sandfleas and Fishbites remain top bait choices for the pomps. A few croaker reports coming in; but not in big numbers. Singer Island has been holding the best number of Blacktip/Spinner sharks. Doesn't seem like we have seen full on migration yet, but a fair number around for sure.