Tuesday, March 31, 2015
Sebastian Inlet Report
03-31-15 TUESDAY: BLUES, JACKS, MACKEREL, SHEEPSHEAD, TROUT, REDS, POMPANO AND FLOUNDER
We have a gorgeous morning at the inlet. Winds are blowing out of the West at 4 mph, gusting to 5 and the water has a light chop. There's plenty of sunshine predicted for today and no NOAA advisories, get out and wet a line!
We are seeing the same cast of characters making appearances at the inlet. Lots of Jacks and Blues, Spanish Mackerel have started showing up, good sized Sheepshead, a few Black Drum, Reds, Trout, Pompano are in the mix as well. Some mid-sized Flounder have been landed on the south side.
Our first photo today features Glen Rathburn of Orange, MA. Glen was on a fishing trip with two other friends from Massachusetts and they landed some nice fish during their visit.The men were bringing in Bluefish after Bluefish and having a great time. Glen landed this one, along with many others using live shrimp.
Photo two was also take on the north jetty. Chuck Melton of Kissimmee was using live shrimp to land this pretty Sheepshead.
Dave Hartwell is featured in our last photo today. Dave landed this Black Margate off the north jetty on, along with some big Sheepshead.