Fishing Reports by Captain Craig Korczynski

About The Author: Captain

Company: Phlats Guide Services

Area Reporting: Palm Beach/Jupiter

Bio: Light tackle Inshore Fishing Guide for both Salt and Freshwater. I target species such as Snook, Trout, Jacks, Largemouth Bass, and Peacock bass. I use both live bait and artificial lures. Novice to experienced anglers welcomed

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Inshore Fishing - Snook on the Sea Walls (3/21/2007)
[Palm Beach,FL] Snook on the sea walls. Site fishing for Snook. Huge Jacks on top water.
Big Snook Around Bridges (3/07/2007)
[Palm Beach,FL] Strong winds Continue. Big Snook around the bridges. Explosive Jacks. The Jacks are schooled up and are 1 to 15lbs. The mangrove snapper and sheep head bite has been steady around the docks, with a majority of the fish making the slot limit.
Snook Taking Live Shrimp (2/17/2007)
[Palm Beach,FL] Windy weather. Snook taking live shrimp. Pompano bite picks up. Inshore Fishing Report For Jupiter and Palm Beach.
Snook Bite Has Been Great (2/01/2007)
[Palm Beach,FL] Snook is here. The Snook bite has been great. Pompano bite slow. Happy Snookin. Snook season is now open. Do to our mild winter we have had the Snook bite has been great. The Snook have been feeding near sea walls, pilings, and bridges.
Warmer weather great fishing (1/16/2007)
[Palm Beach,FL] Warmer weather better fishing. The Snook are feeding. The Jacks create a frenzy
Jupiter, Palm Beach, FL inshore report (12/21/2006)
[Palm Beach,FL] Pompano bite is on. The Lox river snook bite still strong, Big jacks Hurt.
Inshore Fishing Report Palm Beach - Jupiter Florida (11/30/2006)
[Palm Beach,FL] Colder temps driving Pompano down. Snook bite stays hot. Blue are starting to invade.
Inshore Fishing Lox River and Palm Beach ICW (11/16/2006)
[Palm Beach,FL] Happy Holidays. The inshore fishing bite is excellent. The snook and jacks are heading up into the rivers.
Inshore Fishing Palm Beach & Jupiter FL (10/31/2006)
[Palm Beach,FL] Mullet run makes for hot inshore action. Happy Halloween. Fall is here along with the mullet run which has been awesome to say the least. The baits are everywhere you look and so are the Snook. The Snook bite has been really strong and has produced some very nice fish. Most of the Snook average in size 22 to 34 with some over the slot fish mixed in. The Snook are hanging on dock pilings, bridges and sea walls crashing the pods of mullet that swim past. After inspecting many of the Snook we have caught, you can see there lips are raw and shredded from hitting mullet along the barnacle-incrusted sea walls.
Palm Beach Inshore Report (7/26/2006)
[Palm Beach,FL] Snook Spawn is on, Peacock fishing is HOT.
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