Snook action is really going to pop off soon when we have some more consistently warmer weather. More Snook fishing reports this week from boat docks and sea walls in the Loxahatchee River during the daytime and around the local bridges at night. The big Jacks have been thrashing around the sea walls up the Loxahatchee River as well. There have also been a ton of Sand Perch up in the ICW being caught on tiny pieces of frozen shrimp. Hobe Sound Flats are still producing a nice mix of species and reports this week of Jacks, Snook, and Pompano have all been coming in.
The Sailfish bite slowed down quite a bit this week, but there was a good bite over the weekend. 150-220’ of water from the Juno Pier to Jupiter Inlet has been holding the Sails. Mixed in has been some nice sized Dolphin and a few Kingfish. The best kite fishing action right now is coming on live goggle eyes and blue runners. The Kingfish have been scattered about from 100-250’ depending on the day in West Palm Beach and Boynton Beach. The 120’ ledge is a great place to start looking for the Kingfish and maybe a Cobia or two. Snapper fishing slowed once again this week and the seas were too rough for most of the bottom guys to get out over the weekend.
Pompano fishing has been good this week, but they are reportedly moving very quickly so there is no single hot spot to try. Anywhere from Singer Island to the Hobe Sound has produced Pompano this week. Best bait for the Pompano sand fleas, clams, fish bites and Goofy Jigs. Spanish Mackerel and Bluefish are still around the Juno Pier and surrounding beaches. Popping corks with a small spoon is a great option to catch these guys right now because they were reported to be feeding on glass minnows. Croakers are still biting at the Pier and on the beach this week on frozen shrimp. The sharks on the beach seemed to have thinned out this week but there are still a few around so try some fresh chunk baits in the surf rather than casting topwater plugs this week.