Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Sebastian Inlet Report


It's a real pretty morning at the inlet. Winds are blowing out of the Northeast at 9 mph. 

A lot of Sheepshead, small, medium and large came over the rails of the north jetty. A couple of good sized Black Drum along with some good sized Pompano for those using clams, made appearances. There wasn't a Snook to be found in the morning hours. The bite has slowed from last week. Mike who fished the north jetty  reported that the Snook bite started slowing down on , only 4 - 5 fish came over the rails all morning and there were only two keepers. Mike was one of the lucky ones with a 31" slot Snook and Dave had the other at 29". 
Our photos are courtesy of Mike, is of Luis who landed his 25" Black Drum on live shrimp. 
The next is of Troy with a nice Black Drum , coming in at 26", also landed on live shrimp. 

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