The inshore bite is still inconsistent as the rain continues and the temperatures fluctuate. Cold, dirty water has slowed the bite and it improves as it warms up. There are plenty of trout and jacks in the mangroves and on the deeper flats and snook along the shorelines. Snook have been extremely picky the last week, when you find a school it’s tough to get them to eat. Nearshore bite has been good still with some pompano and sheephead along the reefs and jacks and bluefish mixed in along the shorelines. Deeper water has plenty of snapper, weakfish and silver trout as well. Spinner sharks and blacktips are in the mix eating the bluefish and jacks and there’s also some king mackerel along the beach feeding on the bluefish as well.

With the winds and rain early this week its going to be tough to get out early in the week but late week the forecast looks good to get out on the beach and have a great time with poppers throwing them at sharks, jacks and kingfish.