Thursday, May 16, 2013

Sebastian Inlet Report


It's a beautiful morning at the inlet. Winds are blowing out of the South-Southeast at 5 mph and there is a light chop on the water. 

Yesterday morning was a slow one on the north jetty. One keeper Snook was landed early in the morning, a couple of Spanish Mackerel, a couple of smaller Blues, Jacks and Spots. Big Dave Hartwell reported that Tuesday he nailed some nice Spanish Mackerel and Bonito. Yesterday morning they could be seen breaking the surface of the water, but they were out of casting range. Dave was predicting they may be within reach on the incoming, but we didn't hear whether it happened or not.

Our first photo today features Tommi Truong of Orlando. Tommi and his buddy Willie Bridges were throwing Gotcha lures off the tip of the north jetty on  when they landed four good sized Bonito. 
Colton Easterling of Palm Bay is featured in our second photo. Colton and his brother fished the north jetty and hooked up with a 42" C/R Snook, his first one in 8 years! They were using mojarra and his brother hooked up with one about the same size right afterwards, but it evaded capture when they tried to net it. 
Photo three is of Jose Pomales and his friend Miguel, both from Orlando. The men were fishing the south jetty rocks when Miguel hooked up with the Lemon Shark using pilchards and shrimp. It took both of them to pull this Shark in for a photograph before releasing it. 

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