INSHORE- Snook fishing remains good over the past week. The Loxahatchee continues to produce some good fish, especially on moving water early in the morning. A decent push of springtime mullet and warm temps have the fish relatively fired up on bigger baits. A mullet or loud topwater fished along seawalls with decent current flow are going to be a solid choice for cruising snook. A few big jacks and the occasional tarpon mixed in as well. Sheepshead action has slowed a bit, but still a fair number around. A few more mangrove snapper reports sneaking in this week as well.- The Juno Beach Pier has had a pretty solid pompano bite this week. Rough conditions, mixed in with a strong rip, made the pier a little better option than the beach. The pompano seemed to bite a little better first thing in the morning; with a few midday flurries, and a evening bite as well. Bright colored Doc's Goofy Jigs (Char, Pink, Orange) seemed to get the most bites; with a fair number of pomps falling to bait as well. If the surf allows this weekend, should be a good number of pompano along the beach as well...it's that time of year! Blacktip reports seemed to pick up a bit late last week into this week. Again, conditions are the main thing working against us along the beach.