North County residents love their fishing pier


Showing off a snook caught on the Juno Beach Fishing Pier (Photo/Willie Howard)

The Juno Beach Fishing Pier ’s may not be the prettiest in Florida.

It’s not the longest.

And other piers offer more activities.

But folks in north county love their 990-foot-long structure, even when it’s raining.

Read the full story in The Palm Beach Post.


The Juno pier has floating wooden popouts that can be recovered during heavy waves (Photo/Rich Graulich)


A quiet day on the Juno pier during rains early this month (Photo/Bill DiPaolo)





Fishing tournament registration is open in Jupiter


Registration is open for the Loxahatchee River District’s River Center’s 4th Annual Jr. Angler Fishing Tournament.

The contest is run over the course of several weeks and awards points not only for the number of fish caught, but also for the number of different species represented in the submissions.

The tournament is open to anyone between the ages of 5 and 17.

Registration is required before submitted photographs can be awarded points.


A bad day fishing on the Jupiter Inlet is better than…


(Photo/Bill DiPaolo)

Fisherman trying his luck Monday morning at the Jupiter Inlet.