Wednesday, June 26, 2013

From Dave -Sebastian Area

Well it's finally happened my friends, summer has come and the fishing has been as hot as the weather! The last several day's of fishing at Sebastian inlet have been absolutely outstanding. The beach and jetty are both blacked out with pilchards and small goggle eyes, two baits much preferred by spanish mackerel and mangrove snapper, both of which have been caught in abundance lately. The north jetty has been on fire on both tides for the macks but the snapper have been feeding primarily on the incoming tide. For the mackerel, use gotchas or live bait suspended under a float or simply free lined with a 1/0 long shank hook.Fish for the grovers along the pilings of the north jetty or from the T Dock on the interior of the south side with live pilchards, mojarra or shrimp. Keep your weight and leader light for the line shy snapper, the clear water makes them a bit fussy.

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