Offshore- Sailfish action remained good up towards Fort Pierce this week. Tournament sailfish teams made the run way up the line to get multiple shots at the sailfish. Trolling small naked ballyhoo behind dredges had many teams seeing ten or more fish a day. Sailfish action from Jupiter inlet south remained spotty. A few fish have been caught by those spending the time working the usual spots hard with livebaits. Dolphin action has remained good, especially on the days when the wind blows and the ocean is rough! A few kingfish have pushed in south of Palm Beach inlet. Snapper fishing on the bottom has remained good (especially by typical January standards)
Inshore- Not a lot to write about this week. Snook action slowed way down with the cooler weather. The Hobe Sound flats are still holding a mixed bag of jacks, ladyfish, and a stray pompano or two. Munyon Island has a few spotted seatrout hanging around.
Surf/Pier- Cooler weather this week did help push some fish down the beach. Bluefish made a nice showing, and have been ready to strike a silver spoon or noisy topwater. Spinner sharks are following the bluefish in decent numbers. The Spanish Mackerel have filled into Peck's Lake good. Clark spoons, Gotcha lures, and Gulfstream flash minnow jigs are all catching the Macs. Bring some glass minnows or ground chum