Friday, July 12, 2013

Sebastian Inlet Report

07-12-13 FRIDAY: TGIF! 

This morning is hot and muggy at the inlet. Fishing is for the true die-hards who don't mind facing a barrage of no see 'ums. The wind is blowing out of the West-Southwest at 1 mph, which just encourages the little varmints! The wind should pick up some this afternoon, but go prepared for a very warm day. Take lots of sunscreen, insect repellent and water if you head to the inlet. 

Fishing has slowed down this week but we have seen some catches of Mangrove Snapper, descent sized Jacks, C/R Snook and Reds. Night/early morning anglers have seen some real nice Permit on the outging tide. The bait fish are no longer schooled around the jetties. It looks as if Chantel isn't going to be much of a threat this weekend, but it could bring us some rain which may shake things up a bit, as far as fishing goes. Let's hope so!

Our first photo today features Robert Cruz of Kissimmee with two beautiful Permit he and his wife Lolli landed. Robert and Lolli were using live shrimp under bobbers on the outgoing tide to land these gorgeous Permits that weighed 19 and 25 lbs.

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