Tuesday, May 27, 2014
Sebastian Inlet Report
05-27-14 TUESDAY: FISHING IS SLOW
We have another beautiful day at the Sebastian Inlet. Winds are blowing out of the East-Southeast at 7 mph and gusting to 9. There is a light chop on the water.
Fishing remains on the slow side for our jetty anglers. Those fishing the Indian River have had better luck. Catches are sporadic with an occasional nice Snook (most are oversized), Red, Lookdown, Atlantic Spadefish or Black Drum. Some Whiting were landed from the beaches over the weekend. Under docks and shady mangrove areas near the inlet are holding Trout, Snook and Reds. We have until midnight on Saturday to land a Snook in the 28" - 32" slot. The season will close June 1st until September 1st.
Our photos today are courtesy of Luke Vila of Kissimmee. Luke, his brother James and friend Justin Mitchell fished the banks of the inlet. Luke reported rough conditions but they had a great time and landed quite a few fish, including the oversized C/R Red in our first photo today. Nice catch Luke!
Photo two features James Vila of Kissimmee with a good sized Jack he landed and released.
Photo three is of Justin Mitchell of Kissimmee with a Ladyfish.
Posted by Tony Rose
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