Offshore report this week from Capt. Eric (http://www.freighttrainfishing.com)
INSHORE- Crappy weather this week had the snook fired up! Good reports from the bridges, and a decent number of snook moving to the inlets as well. Throwing big baits (swim baits,spoolteks, flair hawks, etc.) for a better chance at grabbing a slot size snook. The flats around Munyan Island are still holding a few snook, jacks, and the occasional spotted seatrout. Again, lowlight periods will provide your best chance at getting a few bites.
SURF/PIER- Snook action is rapidly improving along the beach and at Juno Pier as wells Jupiter Inlet. Good numbers of snook being caught at the pier mainly on dead baits. Fish a dead sardine or greenie under the pier...and hold on! Pompano are still moving through, though not in big numbers like a few weeks ago. Clams remain the bait of choice for the pompano. Fair pick of croakers and whiting still in the first trough.
BAIT REPORT- Not much to write about the bait situation this week (rough weather made it tough). Calmer conditions should help get the bait settled back into their usual hangouts. Go as early as you can to help improve your odds of nabbing some bait.
SHOP UPDATE- Lots of things going on for us in the shop as we prep for the move. Very excited about the progress, and we should have some cool things to share soon. Details coming soon on our "Memorial Day Moving Sale!" as well! Couple of pics of the inside of the new place...empty now ,but we'll start changing that very soon!
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