Friday, July 15, 2011

From Mike @ Native Tackle Supply-Sebastian

For the first time in a while Redfish have made their way to the top of our inshore report. Some big reds have found their way back into the our part of the Indian River with decent sized schools of nice sized fish being reported in the usual places.  Try fishing Long Point and Black Point in the early morning while working a DOA CAL Shad #415 Gold Rush Black on a 1/4 oz. jig head.  Sea Trout bite has also been steady with some bigger fish being reported the past week on the clam lease.  Early morning bite has also been the best with top water action yielding the best results.  Once it gets too late in the day the fishing has been shutting off so you might as well wait until the afternoon storms cool the water down. After that the fishing action will pick up again with the fish moving towards cooler water.


At the inlet fishing has been slower than usual over the past week.   Best catch of the week has been Mangrove Snapper.  Best bet for both anglers fishing by boat and off the jetty going after mangrove snappers has been live shrimp on a jig head.  Anglers fishing by boat need to fish the ledge in the inlet but please try not to anchor in the channel.  Those playing the tides have seen some redfish and snook landed but nothing in great numbers as we should be seeing for this time of year but you can expect that to change at any moment.  
Tight Lines from everyone here at Native Tackle Supply!

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