INSHORE- Snook season is winding down, better get after them now! Look for the bridges to produce at night on the outgoing tide. Flair Hawk Jigs and large swimbaits remain great lure choices for the snook, while a live shrimp is also hard to beat. Been a few redfish around inshore; not a huge number of them, but it's nice to hear of a few around. Seatrout reports were trickling in, but seem to have really slowed down.
SURF/PIER- The Juno Beach Pier has been catching a few kingfish this week. A trolley rigged sardine or X-Rap seems to be working on the kings. Spanish Mackerel are scattered along the beach, and also starting to fill into Peck's Lake in fair numbers. Pompano action was a bit slow this week, with reports to the north being better for the pompano. Bluefish action has finally started to improve, with soem good catches coming out of Hobe Sound.
NOAA MARINE WEATHER-
FRIDAY...NORTH NORTHEAST WINDS 15 TO 20 KNOTS. SEAS 2 TO 4 FEET WITH OCCASIONAL SEAS TO 5 FEET ALONG THE COAST AND 4 TO 6 FEET WITH OCCASIONAL SEAS TO 8 FEET IN THE GULF STREAM. DOMINANT PERIOD 5 SECONDS. INTRACOASTAL WATERS A MODERATE CHOP. A CHANCE OF SHOWERS.
SATURDAY...NORTHEAST WINDS 20 TO 25 KNOTS ALONG THE COAST TO EAST NORTHEAST 20 TO 25 KNOTS IN THE GULF STREAM. SEAS 6 TO 8 FEET WITH OCCASIONAL SEAS TO 10 FEET ALONG THE COAST AND 8 TO 10 FEET WITH OCCASIONAL SEAS TO 13 FEET IN THE GULF STREAM. DOMINANT PERIOD 7 SECONDS. INTRACOASTAL WATERS ROUGH IN EXPOSED AREAS. A CHANCE OF SHOWERS.
SUNDAY...WINDS EAST WINDS 20 TO 25 KNOTS. SEAS 6 TO 8 FEET WITH OCCASIONAL SEAS TO 10 FEET. INTRACOASTAL WATERS ROUGH IN EXPOSED AREAS. A CHANCE OF SHOWERS.
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