INSHORE- Snook action remains very good inshore. Snook are biting great at night around the bridges, and along seawalls during the day. Look for the snook to be in areas with good current and mullet around. Lazy snook don't want to do much; they'd rather sit in an ambush spot and wait for the food to come to them, Always keep that in mind when presenting baits and lures. Areas holding large amounts of mullet were also holding a few tarpon still. The tarpon are going to be most active during low light periods of the day or at night. The MacArthur State Park/Munyon Island flats are holding a good number of finger mullet schools. With the finger mullet should be some snook, tarpon, jacks, and ladyfish. Again, early and late in the day (especially around moving tides) will provide the most action.
SURF/PIER- The swell should be pretty much gone over the next few days, making surf fishing life a little easier. Action has been good, though the swell has made for some tough fishing conditions. Bluefish are around in good numbers and more than exiling to jump on a silver spoon or cut bait. Spanish Mackerel are moving along the beach and falling to the bobber rig/clark spoon combo. Snook still haven't left the surf; and are around the Juno Beach Pier and mullet schools. A live finger mullet is a great choice to try and trick a slot size snook. Pompano continue to bite along the beach as well, though; the vast majority are too small to take home. Lots of good action right now, get on out after it!
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