Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Sebastian Inlet Report


We have another gorgeous morning at the inlet. Winds are blowing out of the North-Northeast at 6 mph and gusting to 8. There is a moderate chop on the water, but at this time (10:00 a.m.) there are no NOAA advisories. 

We received an update from Mike Ricciardi of Vero Beach who was on the north jetty yesterday morning and reported several Snook hook-ups by Jose Dore of Palm Bay and Mike White of Sebastian and one oversized Snook was caught and released by Chuck Fischer of Satellite Beach (he just can't get a break). Schools of Snook were visible, but not cooperating well. Live pigfish, pinfish and mullet were the baits of choice. Other than that, there wasn't much to report.

We did receive some information regarding big Jacks and Blues coming over the rails over the weekend, along with a few Blues and one Black Drum, according to Andrew Sampson. Andrew fished the north jetty on Sunday and reported a rough day, but big Jacks and a few Blues were active. Andrew reported on the tide change when the current was ripping out of the inlet, the fish stopped biting. 

Photo one features Andrew Sampson with a 10+ lb. Jack he landed off the north jetty Sunday. Must have been one great fight.
Andrew took photo two of an unidentified angler who landed his huge Jack from the north jetty Sunday. Andrew helped the man bring the fish over the rails. 

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