Friday, March 25, 2011

Sebastian Inlet Report

It is another beautiful day at the inlet and we have a great forecast for the weekend. Winds are blowing out of the North at 8 mph this morning and the water is calm. Boaters, always check the coastal forecast prior to going offshore, this morning looks like a great day for boating or surf fishing. Get out and do some fishing this weekend!
The Pompano have been hitting clams for anglers fishing the beaches. Whiting and Blues have been active off the beaches as well. The jetties have been producing Blues; most anglers have been using silver spoons although they are not picky and will hit just about anything. Good sized Sheepshead have been hanging around the pilings of the jetties and catwalks as well as some smaller Margate. Spanish Mackerel have started to show, Gotcha lures or spoons work well for those. The Black Drum bite has been sporadic but there have been a few landed that have been real good sized. A few Flounder are still out there and a few lucky anglers have taken home one or two. Those big Reds and catch and release Snook have been very active in the evening hours, giving the jetty fishermen plenty of exercise!

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