06-22-11 WEDNESDAY: LOTS OF SNOOK
It's a real pretty morning at the inlet. Winds are blowing out of the South at 8 mph and the water is calm.
Small varieties of fish have been landed over the past week. There have been lots of catch and release Snook being landed on live shrimp. Please use care while handling and photographing catch and release species. Place one hand under the belly and one under the jaw to support the weight of the fish. Never hold one vertically; it damages the internal structure of the fish. Never hold a C/R fish by the gill covers.
Right at dusk, huge schools of Jacks started moving through and swimming all around the north jetty. The Jack bite came after dark inside the inlet.