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Palm Beach to Jupiter

Capt. Craig Korczynski
November 14, 2005
Palm Beach - Saltwater Fishing Report

INSHORE REPORT NOV 7-14, 2005

INSHORE REPORT NOV 7-14, 2005

The Snook fishing is still hot and shows no signs of letting up. The finger mullet are still thick around sea walls and spoil islands all through the ICW. The bight for the Snook is awesome early in the morning as the sun starts to show some light and as the sun is setting in the evening . In coming tide has been the best for the snook. The night bite is still great but with Hurricane Wilma we had some lights that received some damage. The Snook are feeding on small finger mullet, greenies and shrimp. Top water early in the morning and evening works also. The keeper Snook are starting make there way in to the ICW up into residential canals and mangrove islands, the best way to find them is find the mullet or look along the sea walls or mangrove points for any busting fish. Along with the Snook are good size Jacks that will hit any thing that moves. This makes for awesome light tackle top water fishing. The pompano are starting to show up in pods around the grass flats, many of these fish are in the slot. The pompís will hit small jigs tipped with shrimp or a free lined shrimp on a # 2 owner hook. The blue fish are also back in town and will crush any top water bait which is a awesome sight for those who have never experienced a fish exploding on a top water bait. The grass flats are holding slot size sea trout, which are feeding on live bait and artificial soft baits. The trout are holding in 3í to 5í but will start to get up shallower when the fronts starting making there way down. Mixed in with the trout on the flats are good size lady fish (POOR MANS TARPON) they are hitting jigs tipped with shrimp, and small crank baits. These fish love to put on a show and will pull some drag on light tackle outfits. Well that is the report for this past week if you would like to experience light tackle fishing for Snook, Jacks and Trout book your next charter with Capt. Craig PHLATS GUIDE SERVICES 561-644-4371 Or Visit me at WWW.PHLATSINSHOREFISHING.COM

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Light tackle inshore fishng Palm Beach /Jupiter area. Targeting Snook, Trout, Tarpon, Jacks, Pompano, Peacock Bass, and Largemouth bass just to name a few. Novice to experienced anglers welcome. Come experiene the awsome fishing Palm Beach County has to offer.

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15790 Meadow Wood Drive
Wellington, FL 33414
Phone: 561-644-4371
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