OFFSHORE- Reports of good dolphin fishing have been trickling in throughout the morning. The hot depth seems to be around 200'. Look for good quality water, edges, debris, and bait to find the mahi-mahi. Trolling or livebaiting will catch the dolphin, with some of the larger fish coming on livebaits. Still a few sailfish hanging around late into the season. Expect the sail bite to slow down as the season winds down. KIngfish are biting good, especially with live sardines. The king bite seems to be best between 100-120' from the Juno Pier to Jupiter Inlet. Snapper reports were few and far between this week. Cobia reports have slowed, but still a fair number of them being caught.
INSHORE- Snook fishing has been good over the past week. The jig bite at night around the bridges on an outgoing tide has been good. Bright colored jigs are the ticket in dirty water; a pink or white jig is a good choice in clearer water. A few nice spotted seatrout are still being caught around Munyon Island. Live shrimp, DOA shrimp, or Vudu shrimp are all good choices on the Munyon Island flats.
SURF/PIER- Pompano action has been very good over the past week, with Juno PIer finally producing some nice pompano catches. Bait has been better than the Doc's Goofy Jigs, with clams and sandfleas being the hot baits. Yellow has been the best color for the fish that are being caught on Goofy JIgs. Spanish Mackerel have been hanging around Juno PIer and Jupiter Inlet. Lots of jacks being caught around Jupiter Inlet.
Good Luck Everyone,