It's a breezy morning at the inlet. Winds are blowing out of the Southwest at 15 mph and the water is churned up.
Saturday was absolutely beautiful at the inlet and we had some decent fishing from the jetties and from shore. Catch and release Snook were plentiful Friday and Saturday through Saturday evening as were over, under and keeper Reds. Blues were thick on Saturday and we saw Sheepshead, a few small Mackerel and a couple of Black Drum come over the rails as well. The winds picked up Sunday and conditions quickly deteriorated. The waves got big and rough and there were a couple of teenage boys pulled out to sea along the north side of the north jetty. A angler was fishing the north eastern part of the north jetty and saw the boys in trouble and with the assistance of another unknown angler; they tossed the life preserver down to the boys and pulled them to shore. Although the boys were tossed about and banged up against the pilings, they had no serious injuries. Thanks to the quick thinking and actions of the north jetty anglers and the Sebastian Inlet State Park for maintaining those life preservers from all of us at the Sebastian Inlet District.