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Posted by Nicole Richards on Friday, March 6th, 2015 at 3:37pm.

Palm Beach County
A mix of clouds and sunshine is in the weekends forecast with slight chances of rain showers. Winds are NE about 10-15 mph. More spring like conditions are gathering in South Florida with 80 degree air temperatures and water temps are heating up to 70 degrees.

OFFSHORE- For those that are willing to deal with the rough conditions offshore, sailfish are being pushed south within 100-250 feet of water and big kingfish are scattered around Palm Beach to Boynton Beach. Dolphins are still around and in fair numbers and the North East winds could come with more good dolphin bites. Cobia should be coming soon, so keep your eyes out for sea turtles as they love to cruise alongside of them! The full moon is believed to bring a handful of wahoo too. Bottom fishing has been great with lots of snapper being caught, a fun and easy way to put fish on the dinner table!

INSHORE-  The season is improving for our linesiders as warmer weather continues to roll through with the warming pattern. Upcoming, be prepared for the spring mullet run as groups should be showing up again very soon and know the hungry snook will be following close behind the silver mullet crowd. For now, small plastics work well along the flats such as Hobe Sound Flats and Munyon Island in Singer Island. There is a mixed bag of fish that are putting on action at the flats like, sea trout, sheepshead, jack crevelle, hungry snooks and a few pompano have been caught in the Loxahatchee River by anglers using colored goofy jigs or sand fleas.

Overall, another decent week fishing in Palm Beach County!!! 


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