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Boca raton beach snook

Prhea36Prhea36 MemberPosts: 75 Deckhand
New to the boca area and I've seen some monster snook being caught off the beaches early morning and before sunset. I was wondering what beaches hold fish and what tides are better then others. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks Alot!

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  • Chasing FinChasing Fin Senior Member Orlando, FloridaPosts: 151 Officer
    My brother just moved down there and I have been wanting to try out the fishing when I go to visit him. Im interested what anyone has to say as well.
  • anejo22anejo22 Senior Member palm beachPosts: 1,511 Officer
    boca is great from *** rock to the inlet and deerfield is good south of the pier to past the rocks.boynton is good north and south of the inlet.the higher tide will hold more fish in the shore break.
  • Prop BlastProp Blast Senior Member TampaPosts: 375 Officer
    Not sure about the east coast, but here in West Central (Tampa Bay), we try and target a high tide early in the day or in the evening. IMO, right now perfection would be a high tide at around 6:30AM or 7:30PM.

    PB
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