Friday, January 21, 2011

Sebastian Inlet Report

It's a wet morning at the inlet. We have a chance of showers through the rest of the day today, but we have a good forecast for the weekend with very little chance of rain and mild temperatures. The temperature will be cooling down a little, making for perfect fishing weather!

Yesterday morning a couple of Pompano were landed on jigs and early morning produced a Bluefish bite according to inlet regular Mike Ricciardi of Vero Beach. Mike fished the outgoing tide for about an hour before the Black Drum started hitting. Eight to ten Drum were landed between 11:30 and 1:00. Most were landed on clams and were in the 18" - 23" range. Thanks for the update Mike! 

The last two nights at slack tide the bite has been pretty good. Anglers who were free lining live shrimp had the best action with some real nice keeper Reds and Black Drum. 

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