Friday, June 14, 2013

Sebastian Inlet Report


We have another beautiful morning at the inlet. Winds are blowing out of the West-Southwest at 6 mph and the water is clean and calm. 
Reds are hitting live shrimp this morning, according to Tommy Turowski at the Sebastian Inlet Bait and Tackle Shop. Some smaller stuff such as Lookdowns, Mangrove Snapper and Sheepshead are making appearances as well. We saw some real nice Permit but they seemed to be moving on. 

We've been seeing a lot of folks with multiple poles that are not within their control. Florida Administrative Code 68B-4.0086 states: "Hook and Line Gear: Tending Requirement. Beginning Jan. 1, 1993, hook and line gear used in or on the waters of the State shall be tended. The term "tended" for the purposes of this rule means that the person fishing the gear is physically present at the terminus of the gear". Plainly stated, you must be control of your rod. Please do not line up 15 rods and hog all the jetty space, there is no way that one person can control that many rods. Please use common courtesy for your fellow angler!

Our first photo today features 
7 year old Kevin Del Valle of Indialantic with a declawed crab that teacher Justin Werner of Palm Bay was using for bait . Justin even teaches when he's fishing, that's dedication!
Our second photo features Daniel McGrath of Delray Beach, Daniel landed this big C/R Snook using live shrimp, along with a C/R Red. The Snook was released unharmed right after the photo. 
Our third photo today Ray Rodriguez who landed this oversized C/R Red which was released unharmed after the photo. 

Fourth photo is Glenn Jenkins of Orlando. Glenn landed this big Permit off the north jetty using crabs. Glenn caught a couple of Bonnethead Sharks as well, 
Last photo is of Ricky Hernandez of Kissimmee. Ricky hooked up with some big Jacks in the afternoon using shrimp. 

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