Friday, June 7, 2024

Beach Fishing With Paul Sperco Palm Beach/Martin County Area


It’s 6 pm on Friday and if anyone was thinking about hitting the beach this weekend, get your gear ready . I fished the high tide this morning with a family friend and after trying a couple of spots I finally found some croaker, whiting , and thread fins that felt like biting . After loading up at Beaches like Glasscock and Stuart last week the body of fish that had setup at a few of those accesses had moved on . The wind event from last weekend has once again changed the first trough structure at numerous locations . Last week at Glasscock because of the sand that had moved in and filled in the trough you had to cast 30 to 50 yards from the beach to get any bites . Today a few of the beaches in the Jensen Beach area have a well defined drop off 5 to 10 yards from the Surfline and that’s where most of the bites came from until the tide started dropping. As it dropped longer casts were needed to keep locating the schools . I got an opportunity to use Fishbites brand new bait today, the Chartreuse/Shine/Flesh Shrimp bait . Fishbites has come up with another winner . The water was a bit murky and with the silver flecks that have been added to this great new bait I am sure it made a difference in attracting these fish . Snook Nook just got their initial shipment so stop by and give it a try . The Green Bloodworm and now this new bait will be in my bag this entire summer season . The conditions look pretty good right into next week and a morning high tide will be your targeted fishing time . I hope everyone has a great weekend and go catch a Hutchinson Island Fish Fry !! Good luck and catch em up .

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