|03-30-11 WEDNESDAY: BLUES, POMPANO, SHEEPSHEAD, BLACK DRUM, REDS, SNOOK AND SPANISH MACKEREL|
It's an overcast morning at the inlet and there's a good chance that we will see some rain today, particularly this afternoon. Winds are blowing out of the East at 20 mph this morning but we have a lot of wind proof anglers out on the north jetty trying their luck.
Fishing has been good. Yesterday we saw some real nice sized Pompano come over the rails and in good numbers. Blues ran pretty much throughout the day and large Sheepshead are abundant around the structures. Catch and release Snook have been active as well as Black Drum. Small Spanish Mackerel have started to show and those big Reds have been very active during the evening hours.
Wednesday, March 30, 2011
Sebastian Inlet Report
Posted by Tony Rose
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