The “mullet run” should be drawing to a close right around the beginning of November. There was plentiful bait and mullet in and around Ft. Pierce, Stuart, Jupiter and Boynton Beach during late September and early October. There should still be bull sharks, snook and tarpon crushing the remaining schools, so this is your last call to get out and enjoy the hot inshore bite. The mullet schools should be moving further south as the season progresses. Follow the mullet for excellent snook and tarpon fishing inshore and along the beach. I caught a number of snook in Boynton Beach with Swamp to Sea Guide Service. I was able to hook up on a couple big tarpon during the mullet run but I didn’t land any. The tarpon action was insane on the beach while I was fishing a big mullet school and also around the ICW bridges. If tarpon and snook are biting, you can catch them on mullet using a circle hook or any number of swimming baits and “flair hawks.” If you don’t know the area, or want to catch your first snook, or your 100th snook, I would highly recommend an inshore guide such as Capt. Patrick Smith of Swamp to Sea Guide Service out of Boynton Beach!