Kayak Fishing: June 2020

By Brian Nelli  Contributing Writer

INSHORE: Snook are on the move to local inlets for the summer spawn. Jupiter and Palm Beach are always my favorites to fish in the kayak. There are multiple launch locations and the inlets are large enough to be safe.  Live mullet fished on the bottom and large D.O.A. TerrorEyz are my favorites. June will also start the rainy season. Fishing the spillways when they are open around heavy rains can produce a lot of snook. Again D.O.A. TerrorEyz is a favorite, but don’t overlook a colorful buck tail.

A load of tuna!

OFFSHORE: June kicks off summer season and brings with it what should be more calm days to get offshore. The blackfin tuna bite should remain consistent.  5-10 lb. fish are the norm while vertical jigging off the Palm Beach County area.  Trolling 20 ft. YO-ZURI Crystal Minnows are also a great way to pick off a few. Getting out early will be your best bet to get on the kingfish bite. Live goggle eyes and blue runners are always the way to go. Sailfish will still be around with some mahi mixed in. Slow trolling live baits in the normal depths of 90-200 ft. will be the best bet to locate a few fish.

See you on the water!

Brian Nelli

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