Craig Korczynski

The summer heat has arrived and the fishing is red hot. Inlets, beaches, ICW, offering a plethora of species for anglers to target.


The snook fishing has been fantastic, the past full moon of June has triggered the snook to Gather in the inlets and along the beaches. Live bates like mullet, croakers, pinfish and artificial lures like a DOA C.A.L. 3” shad tail, excellent choices to get the strike. The snooK bite will continue to get better and better as we go through summer.


The tarpon are also another fish anglers can target, beaches offer the best shot at bigger fish 80 to 125 pounds. Inlets also a great spot to target Tarpon in the 30 to 90 pound range. Live mullet or live thread fan great Bates to use also DOA Bait busters and DOA Terror Eyz  great artificial lures to get the tarpon chewing.


The inter coastal offers a plethora of species for anglers to target snook, drum, Tarpon, jacks, mackerel  and sharks are willing to put a bend in the rod.


Gather up the family come enjoy great rod bending action in the Palm Beaches,  freshwater trips for peacock bass and largemouth bass also available. Book your trip today!


Well that is a fishing report for the past week, hope you all enjoyed. Remember you can’t catch them from the couch. So get out there and get hooked up. Tight lines!  Visit us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube. 


Fish Species: Snook, tarpon, Drum, jacks, sharks, mackeral
Bait Used: DOA
Tackle Used: Daiwa
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Craig Korczynski

About The Author: Captain Craig Korczynski

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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