Some really good reports have been coming from the Munyon Island and Hobe Sound Flats this week. The cooling water temperatures have Snook, Jacks, Pompano and a bunch of the other inshore species moving good right now in shallow water. The fish are feeding on shrimp so make sure to match the hatch and use either live or artificial shrimp or a small lipped swimming lure to target them.
Sailfish fishing reports have been very good this week and will only be getting better from here on out. 150-200’ of water south of West Palm Beach Inlet has been holding the most Sailfish lately. Guys are seeing the best action on live goggle eyes and blue runners. There have been a few big bull Dolphin being caught with the Sailfish but no reports of big schools recently. The bottom fishing has been consistently good from Juno to Jupiter in 90’.
The Pompano bite is back on track in Jupiter and Boynton Beach! Guys are catching them at the Juno Pier on Goofy Jigs while the guys on the beach are using sand fleas and Fish Bites with great success. The Bluefish are still all over the beaches and piers and offer anglers a quick bite and fun fight. The Spanish Mackerel have been showing up more and more every day, they are being caught on spoons, gotcha lures and small jigs. Tons of Blacktip Sharks and a few Kingfish have been getting caught over at the Juno Pier this week too.