The summer has come to an end for kids. Back to school! That does not mean fishing comes to an end for the rest of us.
The summer snook bite has been excellent, plenty of snook in the ICW around docks and seawalls. The bigger snook have been in the inlets and along the beaches. Unfortunately the past week anglers still had to deal with rough conditions in the inlets and battle the mass amounts of sea weed along our coastline. The snook have been striking live pilchards. Artificial enthusiasts DOA Terror Eyz have been the bait of choice.
The silver king have been spread out as of late do to the windy conditions. Anglers can find tarpon all through the ICW working channels, mangrove shorelines and docks. Live baits rigged on circle hooks best way to get the tarpon to strike. Low light hours tarpon are willing to strike DOA C.A.L. 3” shad tail in Arkansas Glow and Terror Eyz in Pearl Green back.
The beautiful waters of the palm beaches offer more than snook and tarpon to target. Jacks have been in big schools striking live baits and top water plugs. Sharks have been abundant as well as the follow the mackerel and bluefish schools along channel edges. Plenty of action for anglers to enjoy a day out on the water.
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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