Friday, October 18, 2013

From Native Tackle - Sebastian

                          photo courtesy of Jayson Arman That's R-MAN CHARTERS
The snook bite has remained good around the docks and mangroves.  The redfishhave been very active, a lot being under sized but still a great bite, fish the flats, mangroves and around the spoil island.  The trout bite has been outstanding as well, fish around the spoil islands, bridges and mangroves.  Mangrove and lane snapper have been keeping anglers busy around the docks and bridges with most being 10 - 14".  Along with the snapper action, anglers are having fun catchingsheepshead and black drum.  The jacks are still everywhere and hitting most anything you throw at them.  A few reports of grouper being caught along the channel edges.    
Redfish, snookjacks, blues, mangrove snapper, lady fish, sheepshead, tarpon, shark and some pompano and flounder has been the catch this past week at the Inlet!  If you are targeting the snook and reds, fish an outgoing and use large shrimp or pigfish.
Spanish mackerel, jacks, shark and some pompano has been the bite in the surf this past week! 

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