Friday, March 29, 2024

From Todd @ Juno Bait Crew-Juno Beach

 INSHORE-  Inshore reports have been a bit slim this week.  Snook fishing has been fair for those really putting the hours in on them.  A few more mullet moving around inshore has them popping off a little on the bigger baits.  Pretty standard pattern on the snook right now.  During the day it's going to be live baits under boat docks and along seawalls.  At night look for the snook to be lurking along bridge shadow lines and on the outside edges of docklights.  Best luck (In most places) is going to be the top of the outgoing tide.  However, with some cloudier water this week incoming tide is producing as well.  

SURF/PIER-  Pompano fishing has been pretty solid this week both on the Juno Beach Pier and along the beach when the weather allows.  On the beach it's the usual assortment of baits (sand fleas, clams, shrimp, and Fishbites) doing the trick on the pompano.  On the pier they are catching them on bait, and also pretty well on Docs Goofy Jigs.  No hot color on the jigs tho speak of; but orange and pink do seem to be doing pretty good.  Typically the best pompano bite is early and late in the day; but don't overlook high tide as well even if its in the middle of the day.  Still a decent scattering of Spanish Mackerel around, along with some late season big bluefish.  About time for some big jacks to come cruising down the beach as well.  Decent amount of wind in the forecast for the weekend so stick to good casting lures (like GT Ice Cream, Rapala X-Raps, Diamond Jigs, Yo-Zuri Hydro Monster Shot) for best results.  

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