11.14.14 Fishing Report
As the dolphin has continued to stay strong all year round, the last couple of days have been no different as the bite is still on fire! Some dolphin reports coming out of Palm Beach have said that they are in the range of 150’-300’ of water and in good numbers. Mainly small dolphin in the 5-10lb range but there are a few bulls in the mix. Trolling with ballyhoo or just drifting live baits will get their attention. Sailfish are coming in and making things a bit more interesting and boats have spotted these sails every day, multiple times per day. At the 120’ ledge in Juno Beach, the cobias are swimming around in fair numbers. Snapper fishing is also very good when using the top baits such as sardines to hook up good size muttons.
Snooks going through their transitioning period and are pulling back into their “winter” homes which are further back into the Intracoastal. As the snook are dieting they are looking to move away from bigger baits and more steadily attack live shrimp. To bend a rod inshore, you are most likely to hook up on a Jack.
Pompanos are really biting and which are all great catches from the surrounding South Florida beaches. Spanish Mackeral are scattered all over the beach and jacks are cruising around too.
It is predicted to be a gorgeous weekend to relax and enjoy some fishing!!!