Sunday, June 23, 2024

From Todd @ Juno Bait Crew-Juno Beach

 INSHORE-  Catch and release snook fishing remains the best bet inshore.  Best action on the snook will be in and around the inlets (both Palm Beach and Jupiter).   At night the bridges close to the inlets will be holding snook.  The top of the outgoing tide will likely be the best bet for the snook.  With a full moon Friday night, the snook will no doubt have spawning on their minds. It's a great time of year to catch a monster snook.  Just a reminder take care of those big girls; they are carrying around our future snook population.  A few more mangrove snapper reports coming in.  Hopefully a little weather this week helped push a few more mangroves inshore.    

SURF/PIER- The Juno Beach Pier has been fairly productive this week.  Catch and release snook fishing continues to improve on a near daily basis.  The best snook bite has been late in the afternoon.  Depending on the day the snook have been eating either sand perch and croakers, or they have been floating in the pilchard schools.  With a fair amount of small pilchards around the pier is also holding a few jacks, occasional tarpon, blue runners, and bonita.  A live pilchard on flatline could produce bites from any of the above.  It's about time for a few more mangrove snapper to start showing up at the pier as well.  Croaker bite has been decent again this week.  Small pieces of fresh shrimp is the best bet for the croakers.   

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