Summertime Snapper Bite Continues

 Snapper continue to feed along the reefs in southern Palm Beach county, the home range of the Lady K. Yellow-tail snapper from one to four pounds continue to hit both sardines and squid tipped jigs for many anglers fishing both the morning and afternoon trips during the late summer months. Large Mutton snapper like the 10 pound fish pictured above are a great catch sure to bring smiles and friends together for a summer-time fish fry.

 Anglers using light spinning tackle are also catching rare fish such as the African Pompano (pictured above), Kingfish, Yellow-tail snapper, a variety of Jack species and Bonito for some hard, rod-bending action. The morning trips have been very hot so be sure to bring plenty of cool drinks and sunblock when planning your next offshore adventure with Barjack Fishing.



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