Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Sebastian Inlet Report


We have a new format for our tide chart! The new format is easier to read, but remember to add approximately 2.5 hours to the time for Sebastian Inlet tides. 

Yesterday morning there was a good Redfish bite throughout the morning, according to Mike Ricciardi of Vero Beach. More than 20 oversized Reds and a good number of slot fish came over the rails; most anglers were using finger mullet for bait, although at least one was landed on a gotcha lure. Mike landed his share of oversized and keeper Reds, he kept one that was 26 7/8". There were very few Mangrove Snapper and only a few Spanish Mackerel were landed. Some good sized Lookdowns were landed as well.
Our first photo features Tim Gentzlinger of Indian Harbour Beach. Tim landed this nice 27.5" Red using finger mullet. The Red was released unharmed right after the photo.
Photo two is of inlet regulars Jose Dore of Palm Bay with a 25" Red and Spiro Stathoupolos of Malabar with a 27" Red and a real healthy 17" Mangrove Snapper. The men landed their fish off the north jetty 
Satellite Beach resident and inlet regular Chuck Fischer is featured in our third photo. Chuck landed this 13" Pompano using live shrimp.
Mike Ricciardi landed the 24" Red and 13" and 15" Mangrove Snapper in our fourth photo using finger mullet.
Bill Hillman of Kissimmee is featured in our last photo today. Bill landed this 33" oversized Red using finger mullet. The Red was released unharmed after the photo. 

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