02-06-12 MONDAY: SNOOK, REDS, SHEEPSHEAD, FLOUNDER AND BLACK DRUM
This morning winds are blowing out of the East at 9 mph and there is a light chop on the water. We have a chance of scattered showers today.
Over the weekend there were some large, lively Snook in play; they were breaking lines regularly. Some keepers and undersized came over the rails as well. We saw some Reds, keeper and oversized, Sheepshead, a few Black Drum and Flounder.
Our first photo features Sam with a huge Redfish he landed off the north jetty. The big Red was 45" and it took Sam from the pocket to the end of the jetty before he could land it. At first, Sam thought he had a Shark on as he was using a surf pole and it was ripping drag like crazy! Sam used a croaker to land this beauty. It was released unharmed right after the photo, nice job Sam! Sam and his two brothers also landed three keeper Reds in 30 minutes, they were really going off over the weekend!
The next photo were sent in by SISP Ranger Ed who took photo of a small Silver Perch Ed caught and released last weekend.