INSHORE- This week saw a surprising number of mullet around inshore still, and the snook and big jacks were more than happy to see them. Inshore action remains best early morning, late afternoon, and at night(especially for the snook). The flats around Munyon Island are really starting to produce some good numbers of fish. Ladyfish, jacks, bluefish, small snook, and a few trout are all hanging around the grassflats. Live shrimp under a cork, DOA shrimp, or a small swimbait are all good choice on the flats right now. The Hobe Sound flats are also producing some good numbers of fish as well.
SURF/PIER- Lots of good action along the beach right now. The next wave of bluefish showed up with the last cold snap. Spanish Mackerel are scattered up and down the beach in fair numbers, and more than willing to bite a small clark spoon or glass minnow jig. Pompano action was fair this week as well. Throwing the Doc's Goofy Jig at the Juno Beach Pier early in the morning seems to produce at least a few pompano daily. Good numbers of small jacks along the beach right now. Blacktip sharks are also around in good numbers.
SHOP UPDATE- We will be CLOSED on Thanksgiving Day.
Open at 6AM on "Black Friday"
Lots of GOOD DEALS on GOOD STUFF next Friday!