Sunday, June 23, 2024

Beach Fishing With Paul Sperco Palm Beach/Martin County Area


The conditions are supposed to improve and hopefully get us back on the beach . I’m sure some beaches have changed so be prepared to look at a few before you set up for a days fishing trip. We have am high tides this weekend and a full moon tonight , the 21st . I think we will find better fishing in the beginning of next week as we move away from the moon but I’m going to start looking tomorrow. The hour before high tide to the two hours after was the time frame that proved successful before all of this wind came on and I don’t think that’s going to change . The near shore snook catch and release bite was really starting turn on before it got too rough along with some good numbers of whiting and croaker . Chartreuse Bloodworm and Chartreuse/Shine/Flesh Fishbites tipped with a piece of shrimp was the ticket to success for the whiting and croakers and live croakers fished in the first trough was doing a number on the snook . Look for that to continue and if the bait schools are back moving down the beach the tarpon and big jacks will be showing also . An 8 foot rod with a 5000 or 6000 sized spinning reel should be your tackle choice . Don’t bring a knife to a gun fight !! I hope everyone has a great weekend, good luck and catch em up .P.S. The only location that I know of that has both the Chartreuse Bloodworm and Chartreuse/Shine/Flesh Shrimp Fishbites in our area is the Snook Nook . Tipping with a piece of frozen shrimp will work as well as cut up live shrimp also

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