Thursday, July 18, 2013

Sebastian Inlet Report


We have lots of clouds and bits of rain at the inlet this morning. Winds are blowing out of the East-Northeast at 4 mph and the water is calm. 

Yesterday, you were in luck if you like fighting Jacks. Quite a few good sized Jacks came over the rails of the north jetty, most anglers were using shrimp. Other than the Jacks, a few small but keeper Mangrove Snapper (a few were short and returned) were landed as well. A couple of Spottail Pinfish were landed, but that was about it for the morning. The schools bait fish have all but disappeared around the north jetty but "Big Dave" Hartwell relayed that the south jetty had a lot of baitfish during the evening hours, but not much during the day.

Our first angler today is Gilberto Ortiz of Kissimmee with a good sized Jack he landed off the north jetty yesterday morning using live shrimp. 

Jose Perez of Kissimmee battled this good sized Jack in our second photo.

Jose Dore of Palm Bay is featured in our last photo today with a couple of Mangrove Snapper. 

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