The Snook bite has been improving this week as they are feeding heavily as they start making their way towards the beaches and inlets to spawn. The bridges at night are still your best bet for hooking up with some nice Snook right now but look for them to be stacked up in the inlets soon. Flair Hawks, Swimbaits, and live baits are all good choices to catch some Snook on the bridges right now. Some Tarpon and Jacks have been seen rolling around the ICW in the past couple of days. They have not been feeding too much during the day, so sunrise and sunset are going to be your best opportunity to get a bite.
A good push of “late” Sailfish fishing reports have been coming through this week with many boats getting in on the quality action and some releasing nearly a dozen Sailfish a day. The Dolphin and Blackfin Tuna are scattered around 300-400’ of water. Trolling an assortment of small feathers, daisy chains and skirted lures tipped with Ballyhoo or Bonita strips will give you a great chance at putting some nice Dolphin and Blackfin Tuna in the box. Not too many Kingfish to speak of around the ledge this week, but some Wahoo were caught once again right there and a few Cobia have been reported from that same zone as well. Snapper fishing was consistent this week with a bunch of the drift boats and bottom guys reporting great fishing in Jupiter, West Palm Beach and Boynton Beach.
BEACHES AND PIERS ARE CURRENTLY CLOSED ☹