July singer island palm beach shores fl fishing report

Published on June 10, 2017

Welcome to the Coastal Angler magazine July deep sea fishing for Palm Beach, Singer Island and Juno beach Florida. Expect muggy mornings and rainy afternoons, but also expect some great fishing. With a calmer sea we will be able to move around more. So if your fishing the Breakers south and the bite is slow… fire up that motor and get you butt north. Moving around it the key to success. Heading south out of the Palm Beach inlet will keep you off the Bonita schools and sharks… but the bite may be slow. I like to head north and get into the bite fast.. there are a lot of no edible fish, the the drag will scream.. and if your lucky you may get a chance for a nice Cobia cruising with a shark.

The Reef bite will be good.. Yellow Tails, Porgys and Mutton Snapper will be your first choice, but don’t overlook the lesser Species like Filefish, rainbow runner and big Grunts. These fish taste great and are plentiful.

If your a Offshore guy.. just head east! The Dolphing bite will be best under structure, so don’t stop until you see some seaweed. I like the 6 mile line plus before I get the rods in the water.. don’t forget your deep drop reel. There’s also Tile fish and Swordfish out there.. if your rigger right, Doing a couple drops will be a peace of cake.

I haven’t forgot about the inshore guys.. expect a great Snook bite on the beach with Tarpon in the mix.. Live Sardine is the secret.. don’t stop till you see some action.
Well.. Good luck and tight lines!

Capt. Weston Russell
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