|07-25-11 MONDAY: MANGROVE SNAPPER, REDS, SPANISH MACKEREL, ATLANTIC SPADE AND FLOUNDER|
It's real nice at the inlet this morning. It's overcast and not too hot yet, winds are blowing out of the South at 6 mph and the water is choppy. It looks as if we will have sun and clouds with chances of afternoon showers all week.Over the weekend we saw Mangrove Snapper, oversized Reds, a few Spanish Mackerel and even a couple of nice Flounder come over the rails. Sporadic showings of Atlantic Spade and Sheepshead made appearances as well. A lot of mojarra have been seen in the tide pool and many anglers have been netting those and having pretty good luck. Live shrimp have been attracting the rest of the catches.
The beautiful Flounder that one of the Sebastian inlet regulars landed was 25" and weighed 4 - 5 lbs. He landed this beauty on live shrimp.