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Jupiter Fishing Reports

2:38 PM

December - A few more cold snaps will help us reach more favorable water temps, but nonetheless fish are showing up. Winds have been strong, but most recently have subsided some. Blackfin Tuna have been breaking the surface in depths between 150'-300'. Keep an more...
Capt. Colin Hickey - Jupiter

6:41 PM

Jupiter Snook feeding on bait pods - Jupiter, lox river still producing great snook fishing. Mullet schools are inside the river, snook are ambushing baits along sea walls, docks and open flats. Live baits, top water plugs and swim baits all produce strikes. The full moon brought strong more...
Capt. Craig Korczynski - Jupiter

8:36 PM

Jupiter and Palm Beach snook and tarpon on the line - The roller coaster of weather patterns, January is living up to its potential, cold, warm, windy we got it all going on. These patterns can drive a fisherman nuts, figure out the puzzle and you are well rewarded. The inshore waters are teaming with more...
Capt. Craig Korczynski - Jupiter

8:13 PM

New Year to Tangle with Snook and Tarpon - The inshore fishing for many anglers has been red hot, as they chase down tarpon in the back bays and canals. The tarpon have been very active allowing anglers many shots using live baits and artificial lures. The tarpon can be seen rolling near the more...
Capt. Craig Korczynski - Jupiter

8:31 PM

Jupiter Loxahatchee River and Palm Beach Snook and Tarpon - Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas. May your wishes be fulfilled and your stocking full of goodies. Snook season has come to a close, and the fish seem to know this. Snook are stacked up along docks and mangrove shorelines. Live baits and artifici more...
Capt. Craig Korczynski - Jupiter

8:58 PM

Jupiter, Palm Beach offer exciting snook and Tarpon action - Time after time mother nature continues to baffle us. weather patterns are not consistent and by no means can we figure them out. Day by day we wait for the next curve ball of weather, we are given. The inshore waters calm and peaceful for many, o more...
Capt. Craig Korczynski - Jupiter

5:45 PM

Winter Time Sails - During the last few cold snaps the sailfish action has been great. Monitoring the wind and current conditions has been essential to success though. Fishing on NNW, N, and NE winds have yielded drastically better results then fishing on winds out of t more...
Capt. Colin Hickey - Jupiter

11:42 AM

Jupiter Sails - Fishing offshore has been nothing short of great. The Sail fish are here. For bites focus on the 200 foot to 150 foot range. Look for sail fish free jumping, birds and large amounts of flying fish. Live bait is the way to go if you can get it. Use 50 more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Jupiter

4:37 PM

Go Release Some Sails This Weekend - The sailfish action has been hot and fantastic. Today, they were free jumping, herding, and just in an absolute frenzy chasing bait on a day that would typically be an off day. A light south wind, nearly 80 degrees out, and a tight trough and length more...
Capt. Colin Hickey - Jupiter

10:32 PM

Jupiter Offshore and HOT reef action - Most of the action has been dominated by Mutton snapper and kingfish, oh yeah and those spiny little critters that are tucked in their rocks. I spent mini-season in the keys again which means I have not been offshore for nearly 7 days, not good! more...
Capt. Colin Hickey - Jupiter

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