Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Sebastian Inlet Report
02-28-12 TUESDAY: SNOOK, SHEEPSHEAD, SEA TROUT, BLACK DRUM, POMPANO, JACKS AND REDS
This morning winds are blowing out of the East at 10 mph and there is a moderate chop on the water. Fishing has been fair. Snook are being landed on live shrimp and it seems to be the best bait of choice for all species right now. Sheepshead have been hitting pretty well and we've had stragglers of Black Drum, Pompano, Sea Trout, Blues, Jacks and a few small but keeper sized Spanish Mackerel.
Our first photo today is of one of a few Pompano that were landed, Dennis was one of the fortunate ones! He took it home and had it for lunch.
Nam , Phillip and Thang of Orlando made it over to the inlet. They were fishing the outgoing tide using large swimbaits and Thang landed a 24" C/R Snook, a 21" Sea Trout and a good sized Bluefish. The rest of the guys got "skunked". Photo of Thang's 21" Sea Trout and Bluefish.