Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Sebastian Inlet Report


We have another nice
but warm day ahead of us today. Winds are blowing out of the Southeast at 5 mph and the water is very calm. It's a great day for fishing off the beach, jetties or a boat. We may see some clouds mixed in this afternoon but chances of rain are low.

The Snook and Redfish bite has been pretty good in the evening hours. We've had reports of lots ovarieties of fish being                      
landed but nothing in huge numbers. Mangrove Snapper, Atlantic Spadefish, a real nice Flounder every now and then, Bluerunners, Pompano, a few Black Drum, Margate, Spanish Mackerel, Jacks and those big Tarpon are showing up again. Huge Goliath Grouper are out there and please remember that they are a protected species. If you hook up with one, try to release it and photograph it in the water.
 A report of off the north jetty a monster Snook caught using a small shrimp on 2/0 hook only to have a massive Shark come to the surface and devour the entire Snook!
 Good sized Spadefish  caught using clams and  Mangrove Snapper caught using live shrimp
 Atlantic Spade and Mangrove Snapper.

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