Friday, May 17, 2013
Sebastian Inlet Report
05-17-13 FRIDAY: SPANISH MACKEREL, BONITO, SNOOK, REDS, BLACK DRUM, ATLANTIC SPADE, BLUES AND JACKS
We have another beautiful morning at the inlet. Winds are blowing out of the North-Northeast at 5 mph and the water is calm. It looks as if we have a real nice weekend ahead of us, get out and do some fishing and tell us all about it! Be sure to take your photos on site, we only used photos taken at the inlet or on your boat.
There have been lots of schools of bait fish in the water attracting a variety of fish. Spanish Mackerel and Bonito have been the prevalent species, but we've also seen a few Black Drum, Snook, Reds, Jacks, Blues and Atlantic Spadefish in the mix.
Our first photo today features Kevin Booker with a real pretty Snook he landed off the north jetty early Friday morning.
Photo two is of "Granny" of Melbourne with a good sized Atlantic Spadefish she landed off the north jetty
Photo three is of Dave Lectric of Sebastian with a perfect 32" slot Snook he landed using live shrimp.
Our fourth photo of Scott Truong with an oversized Snook that was safely released after the photo.