Thursday, June 11, 2015

Sebastian Inlet Report


While not as intense as yesterday, offshore showers and thunderstorms are still in the forecast for Thursday and into this evening. Friday and the weekend look to be a little drier. Today, winds will shift to the SE at 5 to 10 mph and create a light chop on the Intracoastal. As of this moment...a little after 9:00 A.M...winds are blowing out of the north at 10-15 mph with an outgoing tide. In some areas, a strong north wind and an outgoing tide mean snook are likely to be feeding around structures. We'll have to wait for our reports to come in to see if that holds true today. Let's hope the overcast skies have a positive effect on the bite at least. 

Tommy Turowski from the Sebastian Inlet Bait and Tackle Shop says it's mostly snapper coming over the rails, but anglers have caught a few big reds, some sheepshead, lookdowns and permit. Tommy reported a few permit every morning this week with one caught in the 30-lbs range.

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