Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Sebastian Inlet Report



We have another overcast morning at the inlet and rain in the forecast, which isn't always correct. Yesterday there were some sprinkles in the morning, but the huge rain that was predicted never made it. Winds are blowing out of the West at 7 mph and gusting to 13, but there's no surf to speak of. We could see a swell build for our surfers out there, but right now, there is nothing. Fishing is another matter, Mangrove Snapper bit pretty well yesterday for anglers using mojarra. Mangrove Snapper up to 17" came over the rails (the 21" reported yesterday was an error). 

Inlet regular Mike Ricciardi sent in our first photo today of Eddie Chan with a beautiful, fat, 17" Mangrove Snapper he landed using mojarra. Eddie fished overnight and landed some huge Ladyfish as well. Also pictured is Tony Swiderski of Sebastian with a 31" slot Snook. Tony landed an oversized Snook prior to landing his keeper. 
Ray Rodiriguez of Orlando sent in our next two photos. Ray and his friend Yaly German fished the north jetty Monday and landed the oversized C/R Reds. Ray is featured in photo two and Yaly is featured in photo three. The Reds were released unharmed after the photos. 

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