INSHORE- One more weekend of catch and release snook fishing, before the season opens on Tuesday. The weather this weekend is looking very fishy, and should really have the snook fired up inshore. The bridges should all be very good at night, especially on the outgoing tide. If Tropical Storm Erica brings us much rain it could really ignite the spillway snook bite as well. Some scattered finger mullet schools have been showing up, and this storm could really get some big bait schools to start flowing into our area. The mangrove snapper bite has remained good around the bridges at night. Sheepshead action has also been fair around the bridges and seawalls.
SURF/PIER- Snook fishing has remained strong at the Juno Beach Pier this week, with the snook biting free-lined baits on top very well. Should stay very good through the weekend, especially if the storm helps get the mullet run started a bit early for us. Don't be surprised to see some nice mangrove and mutton snapper invade the inlets with the passing storm. Could be in for some very good fishing here coming up...gonna be worth checking out.
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FREIGHT TRAIN FISHING REPORT- Good week of fishing for us. Been getting sailfish bites pretty much everyday. Catching the kingfish pretty good this week, along with a handful of mutton snapper. Wahoo fishing has been good, and should be great the next couple days. And with the looks of the weather we maybe in for some red hot snook action. Lots of good stuff going on, give me a call about different trip options.