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Palm Beach to Jupiter

Capt. Craig Korczynski
November 28, 2005
Palm Beach - Saltwater Fishing Report

Inshore Report Nov 23-28, 2005

The inshore saltwater fishing is still great even though the water temps are falling. We had a cold front pass through last Tuesday that brought beautiful weather along with chill in the air. The Snook bite was hot before the front passed through. Back up in the rivers the fat snook were thick and would eat just about any bait thrown at them. They were holding near dock pilings closest to the sea walls. There average size was19 to 22 inches. The common Snook were also feeding around sea walls and docks hitting finger mullet and greennies. The incoming tide seemed to produce the best bite. After the front passed the bite picked up again with the common Snook but the fat Snook still had lock jaw. The big snook are hanging in deep water during the night while all the juvenile Snook are close to pilings and dock lights. The big slot sized snook are eating finger mullet and 3 shrimp. The smaller Snook will hit shrimp, mullet, and small crank baits moving fast through the dock lights. The jacks are still thick and are mixed in with the Snook on some of the docks. Mainly the jacks are tight along the sea walls busting the bait. We will start to see those monster jacks showing up in the inlets pretty soon which is a blast to see who can get them to the boat the fastest. The sheepshead are all over dock pilings hitting free lined shrimp or small bucktail jigs tipped with shrimp. Many of these fish are 1 to 4 pounds and will put up a great fight on light tackle. The flats have been slow with the water temps dropping. The flats should pick back up with a couple of days of hot weather. The fresh water fishing has been great the past couple of days for largemouth bass. The bass are hitting crank baits, spinner baits, and finesse worms in 2 to 6 feet of water. Everyday produced 30 fish days in only 4 hours of fishing with out live bait. The big fish are all hanging around thick structure and downed trees. We had two fish that were easily 9 pounds break us off at the boat, which was depressing but exciting at the same time. The Mayan chiclids were also hitting crank baits moved quickly back to the boat. These fish are a close relative to the peacock bass, which both hit your lure like a freight train. Well that is the report for this past week If you would like to book a Light Tackle Inshore Fishing Trip for Saltwater or Freshwater give Capt. Craig a call 561-644-4371 or email me at phlats1519@yahoo.com. Or visit 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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