Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Sebastian Inlet Report

This morning winds are blowing out of the South Southwest at 18 mph and the water is choppy. There is a small craft advisory in effect until 7:00 p.m. and there is also a severe thunderstorm watch until 2:00 p.m. today. We have some heavy rain coming our way!

Blues, Black Drum, Pompano, Spanish Mackerel, Sheepshead, Snook and Reds are all making appearances at the inlet. This is a great time of year for a variety of species that we love to catch and devour! 
Redfish on live shrimp off north jetty, nice pompano also off the north jetty using a combination of clams and shrimp.  Good sized Spanish Mackerel on Gotcha plugs off both  jetties. Reported that there were lots of Macks busting bait on the West side of the tide pool but they  couldn't get them to hit. The macks really put up a fight on a light action rod! Also at the inlet  reports that Jacks in the 2 - 3 lb range were thick and fun to catch on light line. The West side of the tide pool, Blues had finger mullet stacked up and were busting through them like crazy! 

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