Atlantic Coast Inshore
The summer months are here so getting out early or late in the day can help with putting fish in the kayak. Look for snook still pushing towards the inlets for their summer spawn. MacArthur State Park and Palm Beach inlet are good places to hang around this month. Large Terror Eyz bounced around the jetties should entice a strike. In the park look to run the mangrove lines with a DOA shrimp or jerk bait. MacArthur offers a very easy launch inside the park to reach the best fishing areas.
Atlantic Coast Offshore
Offshore fishing continues to be good. Kingfish, mahi, sailfish and tuna are the common catches. Look for wahoo bites to pick up around the full moons in the coming months. Running baits on a downrigger anywhere from 60-80’ below surface will give you a greater opportunity to land a wahoo. Bait fishing is slowly picking up and finding a dozen gogs before light should not be a problem. If getting up early is not your thing blue runners will work. Vertical jigging is still producing blackfin tuna anywhere from 230-300′.
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