INSHORE- Catch and release snook fishing remains the best bet inshore. Been a pretty solid bite at night around the bridges using 3' NLBN Swimbaits. Outgoing tide has been the best bet for fishing the snook. The Loxahatchee River has had a few big snook around. Fishing a topwater early morning and late afternoon is a good way to go for some jaw dropping explosive strikes. Look for the snook to be laid up along or under good ambush points waiting for the current to wash baits to them. A few mangrove snapper around, with the best bite coming at night. Small live pilchards and live shrimp are the way to go for the snapper.
- The water is finally looking pretty nice on the beach again; feels like it has taken forever to clean up! The bait hasn't fully filled back in yet, but it also has improved as the cleaner water comes back in. Surprisingly a handful of pompano are still being caught first thing in the morning. It's not huge numbers, but those putting in the time have been getting a handful of bites. Mixed in with the pomps should be some croakers and big sandperch. Snook are filling in better and better along the beach and at the Juno Beach Pier. Look for the snook to be most active early and late in the day. When the sun gets up higher in the sky they get a little tougher to trick. A few more mangrove snapper showing up in the inlets and at the Juno Beach Pier.