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Sugar Sands Reef Riviera beach

Anybody know if this is safe from a kayak? Or is there too much boat traffic causing waves? I am new to kayaks and kayak fishing. I have gone out 4 times so still getting used to it. Just have a little 10' sit in kayak. Have only fished around Bingham Island but haven't had much luck there. Any other spots recommended? I have been catching grunts and greenies at Phil Foster Park and using them as live bait while I am there but then I freeze whatever I don't use and bring them out on my Kayak (just for reference on what I have been using for bait). Would appreciate any tips for my area (southern part of palm beach county but can travel a little).


  • Silent snookerSilent snooker Posts: 378 Deckhand
    Check out palm beach Petes video on snook fishing the loxahatchee river. By far my favorite place to kayak fish around here.
  • rdny041285rdny041285 Posts: 47 Deckhand
    Thanks for the info. Have seen the video. He makes it look so easy. Definitely interested in trying the Loxahatchee but a little bit of a drive from my house. Phil Foster Park is 15 minutes north of work so I am hoping to get in a couple hours before dark if someone says the boat traffic isn't bad. Might try the Loxahatchee this weekend though since I haven't had much luck around Bingham island yet.
  • rdny041285rdny041285 Posts: 47 Deckhand
    In the video he mentions Snook, Tarpon and Bass...Any Snapper? Snook is out of season so fun to catch but also looking for dinner.
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