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Great fishing with These Cold Fronts

Capt. Scott Collins
January 20, 2016
Jupiter - Saltwater Fishing Report

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The Jupiter Fishing Report: We have had no shortage of action on our Jupiter Fishing Charters. With these cold fronts moving in the sailfish are fired up! Sailfish have been thick at times from 120-300 ft. Kite fishing has been the ticket for us when we have the wind. While kite fishing we are getting wahoo, dolphin and king mackerel bonuses. Watching a king mackerel or wahoo launch on a kite bait always gets me fired up. Trolling has been effective for a mixed bag of pelagics.

Bottom fishing has been fair. There have been a lot of rudder fish and trash fish around. Staying away from these peckers can be difficult when bottom fishing. There have been some Mutton Snapper north and south of the inlet. Spanish mackerel are starting to scatter on the beach but there are still plenty to catch.

Inshore fishing has been picking up. There are some huge cravels in the inlet. Also some pompano, and lady fish action on the Hobesound flat. Good fishing is here! Now through early summer is my favorite time of year. To book your trip visit www.gettinluckyfishing.com. See you on the water.

Capt. Scott Collins

Gettin Lucky Sportfishing

Jupiter Fishing Charters

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Jupiter Fishing Forecast:

Sailfishing will improve with the coming of the next cold front

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