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    Palm Beach Jupiter Inshore Report PhlatsInshorefishing 01/27/23 02:15 AM
    Slight warming trend the past week led to beautiful weather and consistent fishing. Light winds and water temperatures rising into the low 70s, the bite is on.

    Snook anglers enjoyed rod bending action along docks and mangrove shorelines. Snook have been schooled up and all fours species of snook have been caught by anglers. Live baits and DOA Terror Eyz have been the go to choice to get the strike.

    Deep holes have been great area to target as wide variety of species. Spansish mackerel, bluefish, jacks, ladyfish, barracuda, sharks and and other species have been abundant. Live baits, buck tail jigs and even fly fishing have been tactics to get the drag screaming.

    Last Saturday we had our girls only fishing event for our School Of fish youth kids fishing camp. It was a great success with 92 fish being caught in four hours, 8 total anglers. A plethora of species were caught mutton snapper, lane snapper, yellow tail, grunts, drum, jacks just to name a few. Great job girls!

    Well that is the fishing report for the past week, hope you all enjoyed. Remember you can’t catch a them from the couch, so get out there and get hooked up. Tight Lines!

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    Palm Beach Jupiter Inshore Report PhlatsInshorefishing 01/19/23 03:21 AM
    Cold air! South Florida gets another cold blast, water temperatures dropped and the winds prevailed. Winter time fishing is full of ups and downs in the Palm Beaches. Slow down and stay persistent, you will catch fish.

    Backwater fishing for snook always great areas to locate fish as water temperatures are typically warmer. Mangrove shorelines, muddy bottoms snook flock to these zones, live baits, small jigs and twitch baits all tactics to get the strike. Anglers can also target sea walls, docks and bridges working the bottom thoroughly with jigs and live baits dropped to the bottom.

    Inlets and channels are holding tarpon on both sides of the tides. Live baits and jigs entice the tarpon to strike. Cleaner water on the high tide causes the tarpon to be finicky at times. Juvenile tarpon prevalent in the backwaters along mangrove shorelines, strike live baits and twitch baits worked slow near pot holes drop offs.

    Flats, rock piles, and inshore wrecks great areas to target snapper, jacks, blue runners, drum and many other species. Shrimp and jigs both create rod bending action for anglers.

    Well that is the fishing report for the past week, hope you all enjoyed. Remember you can’t catch them from the couch, so get out there and get hooked up. Tight Lines!

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    Jan 2023 Daytona New Smyrna Mosquito Lagoon Capt Michael Savedow 01/15/23 03:45 PM
    Winter 2023 is upon us here on the Indian River and Mosquito Lagoon, water temperatures dropping into chilly winter levels with clearing water clarity, fish congregating into the holes when chilly and coming on the flats during sun shiny days. Winter fish like Sheepshead and Bluefish now common catches for a few months, Redfish, Black Drum, Seatrout and Snook gather together into their winter patterns. With clear water we go stealthy with light rigs and smaller size baits and lures, fish are eating a smaller meal during the winter months. Bluefish like a quick flashy small size lure, when encountering schools, are lots of fun with aggressive Blues. Still some Spotted Seatrout around like this nice one Jeff from New Jersey caught recently ……………….

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    We regularly catch surprise fish in the backcountry, this time was a couple Permit like this one by long time regular client Chris from Orlando …………….

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    Black Drum are a regular rod bender here in Edgewater backwaters, most are modest size up to about 5 lbs or so, hanging in holes and along channel bottoms, Matt from Indiana with a fun Drum ……………...

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    Palm Beach Jupiter Inshore Report PhlatsInshorefishing 01/12/23 03:48 AM
    Superb weather the past week made for great days on water. Plenty of sunshine and moderate wind days anglers enjoyed sunshine and rod bending action.

    Channels and backwaters held plenty of tarpon, the bigger Tarpon finicky at times allowed anglers to witness tarpon temperament. Primarily due to the full moon the bite was hit and miss but the juvenile tarpon do have the same mind set as bigger fish at times, they like to eat if baits is around. Live baits and Rapala twitch baits.

    Snook fishing was awesome the past week lots of small fish but all four species of snook were caught. Docks also held schooling fish, live baits and jigs worked around pilings got the strike. Fly fishing for snook for multiple days with anglers made for lots of surface strikes and great takes next to the boat.

    Rick piles and wrecks held plenty of snapper, drum and schools of jacks, bluefish, lady fish and runners. Jigs and shrimp worked nearhbe bottom got hit almost every drop, creating bent rod and happy anglers.

    Wel that is the fishing report for the past week, hope you all enjoyed. Remember you can’t catch them from the couch, so get out there and get hooked up. Tight Lines!

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    Palm Beach Jupiter Inshore Report PhlatsInshorefishing 01/05/23 03:21 AM
    Happy New Year! Hard to believe January has arrived, wishing everyone a healthy, happy fishing season. Cold arctic blast for south Florida is long gone, back to fun in sun. The waters are warming up and the fish are happy.

    Tarpon fishing is turning back on water temperatures are rising triggering the silver king’s appetite. Outgoing and first of of incoming great times to target tarpon near channels and points, using live baits and DOA Terror Eyz. The tarpon are ranging in size from 5 to 50 pounds.

    Snook fanatics the linesiders are abundant in channels and along mangrove shorelines. Live baits and Rapala twitch baits entice the strikes. Sea walls and docks holding snook, also bridges great area to locate bigger snook.

    Jack cravelle have really shown up taking residence near channels and deeper holes. Small minnow schools have been abundant so the jacks are crashing these schools. Drum, snapper, bluefish and permit have also been around for anglers to tango with. Shrimp and small jigs near bottom get the strike.

    Well that is the fishing report for the past week. Remember you can’t catch them from the couch, so get out there and get hooked up. Tight Lines!

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    Palm Beach Jupiter Inshore Report PhlatsInshorefishing 12/30/22 02:43 AM
    Happy Holidays! Hope everyone had a great Christmas. The past week brought cheer, presents and very cold air to South Florida. Arctic blast!

    The past week brought extremely cold air to the south Florida area. Snook fishing slowed down a bit as water temperatures plummeted. Snook were being caught, along seawalls, docks, channels and on mud flats. Live shrimp and DOA 3” shrimp great baits to get the strike.

    Big schools of jack’s presented non stop action for anglers. DOA C.A.L. 3” shad tail, live baits and Rapala skitter walks all enticed jacks to strike. Bluefish, mackerel, drum, ladyfish, and snappers, also striking baits, creating rod bending action for anglers.

    Tarpon fishing was great before the front, as the front pushed through the tarpon locked down in deep cuts and channels. Once in a while, you would get a strike using a live shrimp or a Doa Terror Eyz.

    Well that is a fishing report for the past week. Hope you all enjoyed. Remember you cannot catch them from the couch, so get out there and get hooked up. Tight Lines!

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