TOP 5 LOCAL FISHING SPOTS TO CATCH THE BIG ONE!
1. Jupiter Inlet
The water near the Jupiter Inlet makes a productive spot for catching snook, sea trout redfish, snapper and pompano while dolphin and sailfish migrate through the area as well. Anglers are able to use the public jetty to cast onshore or numerous boat ramps to get in the water.
2. Lighthouse Point
Sailfishing may the king in these waters, but the sword fishing is world class as well. There was a report of a 550lb swordfish caught off of Lighthouse Point.
3. Singer Island
The home of the Annual Buccaneer Cup Sailfish Tournament held of out of Sailfish Marina in Signer Island. The tournament pits the best anglers in the world against each other in the first leg of the Quest for the Crest and there no better place to start than Singer Island.
4. Stepping Stones Reef
Grouper, snapper and lobster are creating a new kind of traffic jam on the old bridge to Palm Beach Island. The Old Flagler Memorial Bridge was chopped up and tossed out to sea as an artificial reef. About 2,100 tons of concrete slabs, guardrails, pillars and other pieces of the eastbound lanes of the bridge have already been sunk about 35 feet deep, 1 mile southeast of the Lake Worth Inlet.
5. Palm Beach Inlet
The Palm Beach gateway to the Atlantic is one of the areas most prized fishing locations. With major billfish entering and exiting, the Palm Beach Inlet is home to South Florida’s most sought after big game such as sailfish, swordfish, marlin and wahoo.