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Photo Credit: @SouthFlorida_Sailfishing

A few sailfish have been chasing flying fish relatively early in the season. Saturday or Sunday’s forecast of north winds may contribute to the bite a little, and a good bet at getting them to eat would be kite fishing with a hearty bait like goggle-eyes or blue runners in 200-400’ of water. Small dolphin have been pretty consistent offshore, as well as football-sized blackfin tuna. Target both by trolling with small-skirted bonita strips at depths of 120-500’.

Kingfish and large mutton snapper have been eating sardines near 120 – 200’, and yellowtail snapper has been showing up in strong numbers.

Inshore, the mullet run is still hot, and snook, jacks, tarpon, ladyfish, and redfish aren’t far behind

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Professional sportfishing magazine InTheBite is hosting the first ever social, "Brews With The Crews" for members of the sportfishing community on Thursday, September 14th 5 – 7pm at Schooner’s in Jupiter.

All are welcome to drop in during happy hour for some cold drinks and fishing stories with the industry of crews, captains, owners, fisherman, writers, and photographers.

Schooners is a relaxed seafood restaurant located at 1001 N Hwy A1A in Jupiter, Florida.

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