Tuesday, July 25, 2023

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


INSHORE-  Catch and release snook fishing remains the best bet inshore right now.  The Loxahatchee River has been holding a fair number of snook; but most are closer to the inlet right now.  Best action on the snook will be early morning, late afternoon, or at night.  Key points in the tide changes (especially around storms) during the day can also fire them up as well.  Mangrove snapper action remains good inshore as well.  The snapper tend to bite best at night, but can also be caught with moving water during the day.  Live shrimp and small live pilchards are great choices for the mangroves.  Most of the mangroves will be on the smaller side, so be prepared to pick through a few to find the keepers.  

SURF/PIER-  Water conditions have bounced around a bit this week, which has kind of thrown the fishing all over the place.  Cold green water along the beach slowed the snook fishing down, but still some to be caught for sure.  The inlets are holding plenty of snook, they have just not been super active this week.  The Juno Beach Pier has continued to produce a decent number of blue runners, scattered Spanish Mackerel, Bonita, and a few kingfish early in the morning.  A few mangrove snapper at the Pier first thing in the morning as well.  A few croaker and whiting biting in the first trough. Small pieces of fresh shrimp are the best bet for them.  

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