Good morning, what a difference a day makes. Yesterday the offshore action slowed down considerably, blame it on the bright almost full moon or calm sea conditions. Area boats that ventured out yesterday under sunny skies managed to find a few sailfish, dolphin and bonito in 150'. The red hot sailfish action moved to the south of our inlet off Jupiter and Palm Beach. We are still waiting to hear back from the folks that ran across to the corner on Saturday to try their hand at catching a wahoo or even a tuna.
Inshore, the trout fishing remained strong over the weekend and anglers were still finding some redfish mixed in with them. Surf fisherman are catching bluefish, pompano and whiting on spoons, sandfleas, fresh shrimp and clam strips. Gotcha's have been working well on spanish mackerel and bluefish in the Ft. Pierce inlet. Snook fishing has been steady off the south jetty for some catch and release action.
Have a great day, Donald.