Congrats on your sharks! I have been going down there for 24 years and to me, there isn't a better spot to just fish and relax. For your pompano, I recommend you getting some Nylure jigs-yellow with silver head 1/4 to 1/2 oz. (found at island outfitters or island adventures) whichever you feel most comfortable throwing. Tip with either a small piece of fresh peeled shrimp or a small sand flea. Retrieve with a big jump but let settle down on bottom before jigging again. Best spots in early am are troughs on the inside of sand bar where it gets close to the shore or right in the waves at shore. Later in the day the best spots are the same spots where sand bar comes close to shore but go to outside of sandbar. When they are feeding they are usually in shallow water. This time of year they generally run in small packs of 5-10 but when you get one, throw right back to same spot. Unfortunately, ladyfish love those jigs too and will destroy them rather quickly so I usually pinch the barb on them to let them jump and throw them off but be sure to keep a LOT of pressure on a fish if it doesn't jump immediately. PM me if you are able to make to the East End or the Cut.