Good morning, typical summer time conditions persist offshore. Scattered dolphin, sailfish and kingfish can be found but all in all fishing offshore has been slow. You can find amberjack over the reefs and the wrecks and some folks have been finding success with tile fish in 700′ using squid for bait. Genuine red snapper are populating the reefs and you can catch and release them only until the season reopens.
Inshore, the water on the beach remains a little stirred up from easterly winds, making it difficult to find bait and fish in the surf the last couple of days. There are snook around both the north and south jetties and can be caught on live bait and jigs. You can find snook at the Taylor Creek spillway and can be caught on DOA TerrorEyz and top water plugs. John Russ reported some fun trout fishing north of the causeways, fishing in 5′-6′ of water using a devils horse top water water lure. He also reported good numbers of under sized trout taking Berkley gulp products.
Have a great weekend, Donald.