Huge Thank You to all our awesome customers who chose to do some (and in some cases all) of their holiday shopping with us! Your business means a lot to us, and it is truly appreciated. We will be back open on Saturday morning, and we look forward to seeing everyone!
OFFSHORE- Our strange weather patterns have continued to create strange fishing patterns offshore. A few sailfish are being caught by those spending time in 150-300' of water with the kites out and the live baits underneath them; but the lack of fronts has numbers somewhat on the low side. Dolphin fishing remains fair, with decent size fish being the norm over large quantities of fish. Look for the dolphin to be in the same 150-300' zone as the sailfish. A scattering of kingfish, and even a few wahoo, along the 120' ledge is keeping things interesting. Bottom fishing has been tough for the most part over the last few days.
INSHORE- Plenty of jacks and ladyfish around inshore right now for those looking to bend a rod. Sheepshead, and a few black drum, are hanging around area bridges. Catch and release snook fishing remains fair in the Loxahatchee River. Starting to hear reports of a few spotted seatrout around Munyon Island; and that should improve over the coming weeks.
SURF/PIER- Less than ideal surf conditions and large amounts of seaweed have made surf fishing tough this week; but despite the tough conditions a few fish are still being caught. Scattered pompano are around, especially north of Jupiter Inlet. Bluefish are biting well during low light periods of the day. Croaker and whiting action remains good as well. Plenty of sharks around for anyone looking to pull on something a little bigger!
Merry Christmas Everyone
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