INSHORE- Snook fishing remains very good inshore as the number of mullet continue to increase. The bridges are producing at night, especially on outgoing tide. Spooltek swim baits and flair hawk jigs have been the top producing lures, and a live mullet is not likely to go ignored for long. The finger mullet are moving around mainly at night, so don't be afraid to give up some sleep for some great inshore action. The tarpon (mainly 20-50') are also hanging around the mullet schools. The Hobe Sound flats, Loxahatchee River, and Munyon Island/Lake Worth Lagoon are all holding some finger mullet. Mixed in with the snook and tarpon will no doubt be a lot of jacks and ladyfish. During the day a Vudu Mullet, Rapala X-Rap, and Zara Spook are all great lure choices. Mangrove snapper action has slowed inshore, but some are still being caught.
SURF/PIER- The water has been very funky along the beach, but fishing hasn't been affected to much. Still some snook along the beach, as well as good numbers of tarpon following silver mullet schools. Bluefish are beginning to show in fair numbers, as are ladyfish and jacks. A few spanish mackerel have been caught at the Juno Beach Pier this week, as have a handful of pompano. The blacktip sharks are filling in in very good numbers as well. Lots of action along the beach this week, well worth a trip!