Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Sebastian Inlet Report


We have sunny skies but windy conditions at the inlet this morning. Winds are blowing out of the East-Northeast at 14 mph and there is a small craft advisory in effect through the morning.

It looks as if fishing could be picking up a bit. We received an update from Chuck Fischer of Satellite Beach who was on the north jetty yesterday morning. Chuck reported very few people on the jetty. One oversized Snook was landed by Dave Lectric of Sebastian. Five or six oversized Reds came over the rails that were returned to the water. A few Spanish Mackerel, a smattering of Sheepshead, one nice Spadefish and two Black Drum found their way to the north jetty anglers.
Our first photo today features Ken Lopez of Palm Bay. Ken landed his 22.5" Black Drum off the north jetty last Friday, using live shrimp.
 Photo two features Scott Truong with a beautiful oversized Snook that was released unharmed after the photo. 
Vinh Bui is featured in photo three with a big, oversized C/R Red that was returned to the water.
Photo four is of Nam Bui with a C/R Red that was also returned to the water. Nice going Nam!

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