INSHORE- Catch and release snook fishing remains the best game in town on the inshore front. Getting close to snook season. soon enough those lucky enough to find a slot size fish will be able to invite them home for dinner. Look for the snook to bite best on an outgoing tide around bridges, boat docks, and seawalls. It won't be long before the finger mullet start showing up inshore and really get the fishing fired up. Mangrove snapper have been biting at area bridges at night, as have a few sheepshead and black drum.
SURF/PIER- Rumor has it some good size mullet schools have been spotted up the coast headed south. It won't be long before the surf fishing really starts to get going. Until the mullet start to show for us locally, it is still summertime beach fishing patterns. The snook are around in good numbers, and feeding well during lowlight periods of the day. A few tarpon are hanging around as well. The Juno Beach Pier has had a good number of snook, blue runners, and a few bonita chasing baits around. Scattered reports of whiting and croaker in the first trough up and down the beach.
SHOP UPDATE- The 4" Spooltek is now in-stock! Also have the new Diamond Illusion Braid in. Hopefully getting a new batch of moisture wicking Juno Bait shirts in the is weekend as well!
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FREIGHT TRAIN FISHING REPORT:
The kids are back in school, and the ocean is a little quieter these days during the week. Makes for a great time of year to take a trip offshore! Been catching a good number of sailfish this week on live bait. Kingfish action has been good. Summertime fishing patterns are slowly starting to give way to early fall fishing patterns, so anyone interested in getting in on the great action along the ledge (bonita, sharks, runners, etc...) should get on it now!