INSHORE- Snook fishing took a minor step back this week with the late season cold front, but didn't shut all the way off. As has been the case, fishing the snook at night around the bridges remains the best bet. Live shrimp, DOA shrimp Vudu Shrimp, and flair hawks are the top bait choices right now for the snook. Other inshore action remains spotty at best.
SURF/PIER- Pompano remained the catch of the week. Bait (Sandfleas and clams) continue to out fish the pompano jigs. Fish early and late for best results with the pompano. Spinner sharks and blacktips are moving out, with just a few lingering around If you like the light tackle shark fishing from the beach it's time to go now. They won't be around much longer. Jupiter Inlet is still producing good numbers of jacks. The jacks may not be great on the dinner table, but they pull hard!
BAIT- Sardines have not settled in solid yet, but they continue to come and go at the usual bait spots. Smaller size 4 and 6 Sabikis are the ticket for the sardines. Some days its red sabikis, other days its green sabikis; so be sure to have a few of both!
Good Luck Everyone,