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Palm Beach Fishing Reports


2014-04-28
7:29 PM

Palm beach offering snook and tarpon - If offshore is not your game the snook continue to produce non stop action. Anglers in a half day trip are averaging 15 to 20 snook, working docks, seawalls, and drop offs. Top water heedon spooks worked slow produce explosive action on the surface. more...
Capt. Craig Korczynski - Palm Beach


2014-04-21
9:06 PM

Jupiter spring snook bananza - Snook fishing is producing plenty of drag screaming action for anglers. Docks seawalls and local inlets are holding plenty of fish. The snook are taking live baits and artificial lures. Fly anglers the dock lights offer rod bending action and can pro more...
Capt. Craig Korczynski - Palm Beach


2014-04-07
9:53 PM

Spring bite Palm Beach is heating up - Beautiful sunny days and perfect sea conditions, you could not ask for anything more as a fisherman. Fun in the sun is the mind set for all boaters. Inshore anglers are finding fantastic snook fishing during the day as well as night. The snook can more...
Capt. Craig Korczynski - Palm Beach


2014-03-31
9:35 PM

Salt to fresh palm beach the bite is on - Rising water temperatures, equals snook action hot,hot,hot. Snook are just about everywhere you look. Docks, seawalls and flats are teaming with schoolie snook and big female snook. Live baits and artificial lures produce strikes. The average size of more...
Capt. Craig Korczynski - Palm Beach


2014-03-23
9:47 PM

Snook are Marching - Inshore water temperatures are rising and so is the fishing action. Snook are everywhere you look and the bigger females are starting to show them selves, as they prepare for the upcoming snook spawn. Live baits and lures provoke the snook to strike. more...
Capt. Craig Korczynski - Palm Beach


2014-02-09
9:18 PM

Inshore waters snook and tarpon feeding - Seasonably warm, we can all agree it feels great and would not trade places with any northerner. This weeks past warm spell, has put a spark in everybody. Mother nature sure has blessed us with the spectacular weather. Tarpon fishing has been grea more...
Capt. Craig Korczynski - Palm Beach


2014-02-03
8:47 PM

Warm weather great fishing In Jupiter and Palm Beach - The inshore fishing for snook and tarpon has been steady the past week, early morning and late afternoon the bite turns on. Live bait's and artificial lures like doa cal in red and gold and glow and gold work great near shorelines and seawalls. The more...
Capt. Craig Korczynski - Palm Beach


2014-01-26
9:31 PM

Salt to fresh the bite gets anglers rods bent. - The Back bays are full of tarpon and they have been a blast, as they skyrocket and dance above the waters surface once hooked. Live baits have been the best choice and they must be presented near the bottom as the tide sweeps it slowly. Doa cal and s more...
Capt. Craig Korczynski - Palm Beach


2014-01-19
8:33 PM

Catching Snook and Tarpon in freezing cold - Inshore action for tarpon in the icw and inlets on outgoing tide during the evening, produce fish from 20 to 60 pounds. Live baits produce best results, those who prefer artificial lures, jigs will get your reel a screaming. The back bays and ca more...
Capt. Craig Korczynski - Palm Beach


2014-01-12
9:26 PM

Winter time the bite is hot - Sea trout are chewing like wild fire. Grass flats and drop offs from depths of 4 to 10 feet are holding schoolie trout and big gator trout as well. Artificial lures like a fluke or DOA cal in dark colors excellent choices. Live baits under a cork pro more...
Capt. Craig Korczynski - Palm Beach

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