Friday, October 18, 2013

Sebastian Inlet Report


It's a beautiful morning at the inlet. Winds are blowing out of the West-Northwest at 2 mph and there is a light chop on the water. The no see 'ums are relentless this morning, but sure to take insect repellent with you if you head to the inlet. The bugs will be gnawing on the anglers until the wind picks up. Some big Jacks are being landed along with a few Reds, Snook, Mangrove Snapper and Margate. Spanish Mackerel are darting around, just out of casting distance.Our first photo today features Ezekiel Bello who was fishing with his dad Isaac landed his first Red, a 29" C/R in the photo. Father and son landed five Black Drum using clams, one Sheepshead, one Jack, two Margate and a slot Red. 
Photo two features Kian M. of Sebring. Kian landed these two Flounder  while fishing at Longpoint Park. He landed all of three of his Flounder using live shrimp. 
Our third photo features Billy Brice of Palm Bay. Billy was using live shrimp to land this nice 25" Red, but the location will have to remain TOP SECRET! 
Our fourth photo is of inlet regular Chuck Fischer of Satellite Beach. Chuck landed this beautiful 31" slot Snook around daylight  while free-lining live shrimp. Not only did he land a slot Snook, he landed a 25" slot Red, thus the rare smile! 
Our last photo today features Charley Donley of Orlando with an oversized C/R Snook that weighed in at 16 lbs. The Snook was returned to the water unharmed. 

Jacob Johnson is featured in our First photo today with one of four Reds he landed last using a bucktail. The smallest, in the photo, was 27" and the largest was 44". All the oversized Reds were released unharmed.
Brothers Luke and James Vila of Kissimmee and their friend Eddie Sanchez fished the inlet rocks. The men landed a variety of fish including Reds, Snook and Mangrove Snapper which were all released unharmed. Photo three is of Luke Vila with a Mangrove Snapper.
Photo three is of Eddie Sanchez with an undersized C/R Snook and photo four is of Luke Vila with an undersized C/R Red. 

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