Jupiter and West Palm Beach Fishing.
Report Date: July 28, 2007
Status Quo fishing offshore West Palm Beach and Jupiter. The typical summer pattern has settled in. Bonitos, bonitos, and more bonitos, they are by far the most abundant fish species offshore now and they are providing light tackle anglers a chance to test their skill.
The wahoo bite has been decent from 160-350 ft of water. High-speed trollers are doing best at first light.
Sailfish are around but the bite has been spotty at best, we got one on Friday but that was it.
We seen some small dolphin on numerous occasions, but most were too small to eat our baits. We've kept a light spinning rod with a jig ready for them.
The live bait scene has been very tough this summer. Sardines are here one day, gone the next. Threadfin herring(greenies) are holding around the Juno Pier, but in any mass.
I'll be back and forth to Montauk, Long Island for the next 3 months.
Be sure to book your charters soon for the upcoming sailfish season, which depends on weather patterns usually starts aroung Thanks Giving and peaks in January-February.
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