Thursday, June 26, 2014
Sebastian Inlet Report
06-26-14 THURSDAY: MANGROVE SNAPPER, LOOKDOWNS, C/R SNOOK, REDS, JACKS AND WHITING
Winds are blowing out of the Northwest at 7 mph with gusts to 11 this morning. The water is calm but has turned a little murky. The NOAA forecast is calling for 1 - 2' seas with isolated showers and thunderstorms. We are into our summer weather pattern of nice mornings and rainy afternoons.
Tommy Turowski at the Sebastian Inlet Bait and Tackle Shop reported that more Mangrove Snapper are starting to appear. They are taking shrimp and greenies. We received an update from Laura Weinberger of Palm Bay who fished one night last week with her dad, Bill. They didn't catch much, a couple of Snapper but they did see a lot of C/R Snook coming over the rails and some good sized Permit.
Our first photo today features Bill Hillman of Kissimmee who fished the north jetty and saw two C/R Snook landed then Bill landed the 31" C/R Red using shrimp on the incoming tide. Bill also had a name for us for our unidentified angler from earlier this week ; his name is Tim and is an inlet regular and a top water plug specialist!
Posted by Tony Rose
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