There is still plenty of bait on the beach. Mixed in with the bait are some really nice tarpon and snook, right in the surf line. The mullet are gradually working there way down the coast and are bringing plenty of predatory fish with them. This combined with an abundance of greenies and pilchards can produce some fantastic action. The kingfishing has been hot on the bar and the high drop area. People are still getting a few shots at sailfish on the bar out to 145 feet.
Inshore: Robby Moore and I fished last night after work for a couple of hours and found some decent snook action. Half of the fish were caught on top-water and the other half on a 1/8 oz. jig head with a chartreuse rip tide 3" mullet tail. There were plenty of mullet in the river, although not the kind we were looking for. The finger mullet are not here yet (in good numbers). There was an abundance of black mullet and large silvers but not the right stuff yet. The water has been extremely dirty which has made top-water plugs very effective. Try something with a sharp rattle in it to increase attention the dirty water.
Have a great day!