Juno Beach, Florida
Juno Fishing Pier is 990-foot pier and is run by a management company(Loggerhead Marinelife Center) but the city is on top of the pier so it is well maintained. They have plenty of parking across the street.
This pier is sand all the way out and is best when you have N to Ne wind and S to Se. Snapper at certain times of the year are found underneath.
The first 1/3 of the pier is good for Croakers, Snook , Flounder, Red fish.
The second third of this pier you will find Pompano, Permit, Macks, Bluefish.
End of the pier, last third Macks, Bonita, Big Crevalles, Snook, Bluefish, Sharks, Permit, Cobia, Kingfish.
When the bait is gone and you just want to feel a big fish, try a mullet head or a side of mullet on and egg bottom rig tossed up and under the tee, just hold on to your rod.
I have a bad habit of bringing live bait (Small to medium pichards) to this pier when the bait is gone and always doing well on the spanish Macks in August.
Jigs good in trough and where the fish are being caught
Top water and Diversoff of the tee but it never hurts to walking around the pier.
Heavy Spoons and Diamond jigs off of the Tee you just never know what your going to get.
I head to this pier and fish in spring "August to October" and fall "March and Aoril", I try to move with the fish and head south or north down the coast esentially working the fish, so it is about 4 days on average IMO for migratory fish moving south to reach broward piers, that includes the mullet, Just saying you might want to use that info in the future.
Location InfoHOURS OF OPERATION
March 1 - October 31
7 Days a week open sunrise to sunset
November 1 - February 28
Sunday - Thursday 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Friday - Saturday 6 a.m. to midnight
Child Fishing (under 12)..$2.00 Adult Fishing..........$4.00
Snack bar, gift store,
Variety of fishing tackle.
Dim Lighting for night fishing
Pier/fishing information: 561-855-6185
Daily beach conditions: 561-624-0065
Ocean Rescue Headquarters: 561-694-7480
Get the tide for this areaJupiter Inlet South Jetty
Snapper "All Year"
Snook "All year"
Pompano "Spring and Fall"
Bonita "Late Spring and Summer
Permit "Winter (Full Moons)"
Blue Runners "All Year"
Bluefish "Spring, Fall, Winter"
Mackerel "Spring, Winter, Fall"
Croakers "all year"
Not so Common but CaughtBlackfin Tuna
Big Jack Crevalle
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