Boynton Inlet, Beaches, jetties and seawalls.
A1A and the inlet from the ocean
Boynton Beach

Boynton Inlet, Beaches, jetties and seawalls

  • Open 24 Hours
  • Sightseeing………..Free
  • Adult Fishing……….Free
  • Live and Dead bait ( if you catch it yourself )
  • Lighted for night fishing only in some areas
  • Get Tide for Boynton Beach
    Common Catches
    Snapper “All Year” Snook Croakers”All year”
    Moonfish Bluefish Blue Runners “All Year”
    Sheephead Bait ” Mullet, Pichard, maharas” Grouper

    Boynton Beach Inlet is a great place for bait, I always seem to be able to get mullet and pilchard, it also offers a variety of types of fishing and is a very productive fishing area. It is known for Snook fishing and numerous Snook anglers make it a for sure stop.
    The mullet are found in the Boynton inlet and also North side Boynton Beach lagoon area.
    Pilchard I always get at night in SW side of Boynton inlet bridge in lighted area, first light away from bridge in the inlet or in the daytime on the North jetty, Sardines on same side but back seawall.
    South jetty of Boynton Inlet I find snook on the tide change live bait or artificial (jig, Doa,) Also, I have found them on Southside beach area. In addition you will find, on that same beach, bluefish, big grunts, spots and croakers and ocassional snapper.
    North jetty of Boynton Beach inlet has mangroves down and snook on beach side, I do very well on the mackerel there in the fall and winter run on a chartreuse pompano jig tipped with shrimp also pompano can be had.
    Seawalls of Boynton Inlet have sheephead at certain times of the year if you look you will see them if they are there.
    South side back seawall of Boynton Beach Inlet has Tarpon, Snook, Moonfish, Mangroves and other smaller fish. For the Mangroves “use the sardines that are caught here for bait” For the moonfish “pieces of shrimp”, for Tarpon use live bait or large fish heads.