Friday, July 26, 2013

Sebastian Inlet Report


It's beautiful at the inlet this morning. Winds are blowing out of the West at 5 mph and the water is clean and calm. We had rain last night and early this morning, but it looks like the sun is trying to peek through the clouds. We suggest insect repellent as the not see 'ums are out and biting! A few Mangrove Snapper and Jacks are still coming over the rails of the jetties; low light periods have brought hungry C/R Snook. We implore you to please handle these breeders with care! Hold horizontally for a quick photo and get them back into the water immediately, as with any C/R species.

Our first two photos today are courtesy of Mike Nicosia of Melbourne. Mike and his buddy Brandon Torok, also of Melbourne fished the south jetty at night and had a great night. Catch and release Snook were hitting suspending lures they were launching into the middle of the inlet. Photo one features Mike with a C/R Snook and photo two features Bandon with a C/R Snook. The Snook were quickly released unharmed after photographing.

Photo three features inlet regular Bill Hillman of Kissimmee with a good sized Jack he landed using shrimp. 

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