Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Sebastian Inlet Report


We have another gorgeous day at the inlet. Winds are blowing out of the South at 5 mph and there is a light chop on the water. 

Yesterday the water was so clear, it made catching fish difficult. Nothing exciting came over the rails in the morning hours except one 30" Red that almost got eaten by a huge Goliath Grouper! As a young man was reeling in his catch, the Goliath, who was lurking under the north jetty, popped out and tried to grab it. It just got a nip of its tail and our angler was able to get it onto the jetty to measure. It was over the slot and returned to the water on the opposite side of the jetty, hopefully it escaped the jaws of the Grouper. 

Fishing has been hit or miss but last week we saw some real nice Permit, Spanish Mackerel, big Jacks, Lookdowns, and in the slot and oversized Redfish. A lot of Bonnethead Sharks have been making appearances as well.

Our first photo today features Earl Truman and his buddy Ben, both of Vero Beach with a couple of beautiful Permit they landed.

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