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Fishing Reports by Capt. Craig Korczynski


2011-11-14
8:38 PM

Jupiter / Palm Beach cooler weather fantastic inshore fishing - The intercostals snook fishing has been consistent as water temperatures drop snook gather in deep holes and along docks and seas walls. Live baits and lures entice many strikes, if bite slow be patient the snook will find the bait. The size of the s more...
Capt. Craig Korczynski - Palm Beach


2011-11-07
7:37 PM

Trout Season closed, Snook inJupiter turning on. - The Inshore fishing all through the ICW has been great for a variety of species for anglers to target. The Season for Sea Trout has closed but that should not stop anglers from catching them on the grass flats. The Trout will take any jig tipped with more...
Capt. Craig Korczynski - Palm Beach


2011-10-31
8:23 PM

Rain triggers great snook bite - Snook react to constant rainfall, plentiful and much overdue. The rain has cooled water temperatures, triggering flood gates to open up all through the county. Snook are busting mullet pods along docks, seawalls, and inside the spillways. The best ba more...
Capt. Craig Korczynski - Palm Beach


2011-10-17
8:49 PM

Fall season fish fire up in the Palm Beaches - Snook fishing at night has been outstanding and provides anglers with big fish. Live baits or lures worked along shadow line of lights, draws many explosive strikes. The fish are schooling and feed on both sides of the tides, moving water is a must. more...
Capt. Craig Korczynski - Palm Beach


2011-09-19
7:35 PM

Snook and tarpon feeding frenzy - The Inshore Fishing all through the ICW continues to offer anglers plenty of action. The Snook and Tarpon have been abundant near docks and sea walls ambushing bait pods. The action is outstanding early and late in the afternoon using live baits and more...
Capt. Craig Korczynski - Palm Beach


2011-09-12
9:48 PM

Snook fishing on fire.......... - Snook fanatics, the bite has been outstanding. The mullet run has really keyed up the fishing. Live baits worked near structure and you should find the snook. Early morning fishing, is great do to low water temps but evening will cause for some heart more...
Capt. Craig Korczynski - Palm Beach


2011-05-09
8:56 PM

Snook fishing turning up the heat. - Snook action is still firing, docks, seawalls, and shorelines continue to be the main targets. The snook are very active early morning and late afternoon. Live baits and top water plugs work great along seawalls and flats. Jigs are the choic more...
Capt. Craig Korczynski - Palm Beach


2011-02-07
9:30 PM

Warm weather equals snook and tarpon madness - February 7, 2011 Fishing Report The inshore fishing for snook and tarpon has not changed much, early morning and late afternoon the bite turns on. Live bait's and artificial lures work great near shorelines and seawalls. The tarpon can be seen more...
Capt. Craig Korczynski - Palm Beach


2011-01-31
7:55 PM

Jupiter snook and Tarpon Back Bays full of life - Seasonable weather and moderate winds, this is the winter weather we all enjoy so much. The fronts have been tame lately, but I am sure our future holds brisk weather around the corner. I am very certain the north east anglers would love to be in more...
Capt. Craig Korczynski - Palm Beach


2008-01-17
12:00 AM

Palm Beach to Jupiter - Inshore Fishing Report January 17, 2008 Jupiter / Palm Beach Happy New Year to all hope 2008 is a year of happiness and lots of catching. The past few weeks have been exciting do to such a wide variety of species being caught. The snook bite is aw more...
Capt. Craig Korczynski - Palm Beach

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