If you are looking for steady rod bending action take some live sardines out to 120' and hold on! Bonitas are in full force on the ledge and make for some very exciting fishing. If you want to catch less bonitas and have a shot at bringing home dinner, slow way down! Dead baits or a jig that doesn't drop too fast will help curve the bonita bites.
Stay in shallow for snapper 90' or less and fish a chicken rig with squid or bonita chunks or a slide sinker rig with 1oz-3oz of lead and a 6'-8' 30 lb leader.
Inshore- Snook fishing remains hot and this is the time of year to catch big snook on artificials! During the day fish smaller artificials like the D.O.A. shrimp or cal, and at night or early morning and evening hours your larger baits flair hawks, swim baits, and large plugs will get the job done. Snook are spawning this time of year and are catch and release only through the summer, have some respect for these fish...we're all really impressed with your instagram and FB pics but if you can't take a quick picture of a snook and get it back in the water without dropping it 5 times on your boat or concrete leave the snook in the water.
There are a few big jacks roaming around the intracoastal chasing small schools of mullet if the snook aren't biting and expect to see some tarpon show up in the next few weeks.
Pier- Croakers, whiting, and sand perch are at the pier. Use small pieces of shrimp and enough weight to keep the shrimp close to the bottom for these tasty fish.