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Friday, July 31, 2015

Great Free Event

  I will be checking out the "SNOOK" semnair on Saturday at 1:00pm, if you see me say Hi

From Whites Tackle - Ft Pierce / Stuart

Inshore the snook bite has been good with a few nice fish in the inlet with live bait and jigs the tarpon are starting to show up on the beach in the schools of glass minnows with a few a few snook mixed in. The reds have been around to the north around Harbor branch to Vero shores with a few nice trout mixed in.
         photo courtsey of Jayson Arman

Sebastian Inlet Report



Inlet anglers can expect more showers throughout the day with the chance of rain standing at 70%. Winds will remain southerly gusting to 15 mph. For the boaters, NWS is predicting numerous offshore, moving squalls and thunderstorms. Seas will be 3 to 4 feet. Right now, Saturday and Sunday's forecast looks mostly soggy as well.

Sebastian Inlet Bait and Tackle Shop's Tommy Turowski says it's another quiet morning at the channel. For the most part, the bite has been slow but some jack, snapper and C/R snook are finding their way over the rails. Once again, the greenies and mojarra are plentiful. 

Today's featured angler is Bee Nguyen. Bee fished at the Inlet and reported that snappers were biting big time. He and his two buddies caught their bag limit in just one hour. Bee credited most of their snapper success to the use of light tackle.

From Todd / Eric @ Juno Bait -Juno Beach

Thursday, July 30, 2015

They Are Chewing On The Beach.... Early Morning/Late afternoon seems to be the time, but remember before 9:00am and after 5:00pm at the beaches with life guards

Scouting Around - Palm Beach Area

The snook are out in full force in the Treasure Coast, and they are being found in the inlets, along the beaches, and in the Indian River. Keep in mind that snook season closed last night at midnight, and will reopen on Sept. 1.

The beaches are also holding good numbers of whiting and croaker.
Tarpon are showing up around the inlets, and the early-morning bite has been strong. You should also have success targeting them in the early evening after a heavy storm. Redfish, flounder, and some snapper are being caught in the St. Lucie Inlet as well.
In addition to snook, anglers are catching plenty of redfish and trout in the Indian River, especially around the bridges.

The snook are steady along the beaches of Jupiter, as well as in the inlet and around the bridges on the Intracoastal Waterway. Croaker are also thick along the beach, and they make great bait for those hoping to hook a slot-size snook.

Anglers fishing from the Hobe Sound public beach are still reporting bluefish and Spanish mackerel.
It has been windy on Lake Okeechobee, which has dirtied the water in several places. The shiner bite has still been solid, but artificials haven’t been quite as productive.
 The wind has been blowing out of the west, which has made fishing on the west side of the lake your best bite. Before the winds shifted, the east side on the lake was on fire.
 Many of the bass have moved back inside a bit and are chasing shad.
 There is a full moon coming up, which should produce a good bluegill spawn.
report courtesy of Palm Beach Post

Sebastian Inlet Report


In between the partly sunny skies, anglers can expect more showers and thunderstorms today at the Inlet likely after 11 A.M. The chance of precipitation stands at 60%. West southwest winds will predominate at around 5 to 15 mph. The seas will be 2 to 3 feet with a light chop on the intracoastal. Fortunately, there are no NOAA advisories posted at this time.

Sebastian Inlet Bait and Tackle Shop's Tommy Turowski reports a quiet morning on the jetty with a fair bite from some jacks, snapper and some big Reds on the outgoing tide. Tommy says greenies, mojarra and silver mullet continue to keep the bait buckets full. 

Earlier this week Sebastian Inlet Fishing Report regular, Mike Ricciardi of Vero Beach, fished the north jetty in the A.M. and reported about a dozen snapper coming over the rails. Two of the successful anglers that morning included Sebastian's Tony Swiderski who landed his limit of mangrove snapper, and Chuck Fischer of Satellite Beach who caught one snapper and one spot. Mike said a few boats landed a couple of C/R snook and one angler casting plugs on the outgoing tide by the buoys hooked up with an oversized red. Mike also noted abundant greenies and mojarra in the tide pool.