Monday, August 5, 2013

Sebastian Inlet Report


Good morning Anglers,
The tip end of the north jetty may be temporarily closed this morning due to maintenance of wave and weather gauges. Smooth water will persist around the inlet today with clean ocean water coming in until late morning. The dark dirty lagoon water will dominate after lunchtime on the outgoing tide. But, don't give up. Some giant Redfish have been caught on the outgoing tide in dark water. There appears to be a run of mangrove snapper taking shrimp. Most are in the 9 inch to 15 inch range, so many are being released. A frenzy of Jacks have entered the mix as well as a few Mutton Snapper between 16 inches and 20 inches. Those using live greenies or mojarra are finding some good action. Despite the dog days of August, fishing seems to have picked up over the weekend.

Our first photo today Mike Nicosia of Melbourne with a C/R Snook he caught from the south jetty using a suspension lure. The Snook was released right after the photo. 
Our second photo today features a couple of unidentified anglers with a C/R Snook. 
Photo three features Luis Rivera with a Bonnethead Shark he landed and released while fishing the flats. 

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