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Jupiter/West Palm Beach Fishing

Capt. Rob Mazzei
July 16, 2008
Jupiter - Saltwater Fishing Report

The last several days we've caught bait from the Juno Pier to Jupiter inlet in 5-30 feet of water. We've cast netted small "hadens" around the bridges and large greenies and pilchards along the beach outside the inlet.

There has been a decent kingfish bite early in the morning in around 90 feet. Underneath the kings are some good size mutton snapper if you can get your bait to pass beneath the kings and bonito without it getting crushed by the incredibily hard fighters.

Dolphin have been where you find them, not much seaweed passing through lately. We've been surprised by a few this week while live baiting in 100-200 feet.

Wahoo fishing has of course picked up due to the full moon. Reports of an 80#'er caught Saturday. When sea condition permiit high-speed trolling is the most productive method.

Snook are biting in Jupiter inlet with live croakers being most productive bait. Live chumming with small baitfish with get them fired up along the beach. Fly rodders can enjoy fairly steady action once the fish are turned on.

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Palm Beach, known as the "Gold Coast" is golden when it comes to offshore fishing. It’s no secret the waters off Jupiter and Palm Beach are known as “Sailfish Alley”. We are a full-time professional fishing charter and guide service, located in Jupiter, Florida. When you fish with us you can "get your hands dirty." You will not just sit back and wait for Capt. Rob to hand you the rod. Inshore and offshore fishing, specializing in live bait kite fishing for Sailfish, Dolphin, Wahoo, etc.

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Sail King Fishing Charters
114 Pennock Landing Cir.
Jupiter, FL 33458
Phone: 561-352-7844
Alt. Phone: 561-741-4371
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