07-30-15 THURSDAY: JACKS, REDS AND SNAPPER
In between the partly sunny skies, anglers can expect more showers and thunderstorms today at the Inlet likely after 11 A.M. The chance of precipitation stands at 60%. West southwest winds will predominate at around 5 to 15 mph. The seas will be 2 to 3 feet with a light chop on the intracoastal. Fortunately, there are no NOAA advisories posted at this time.
Sebastian Inlet Bait and Tackle Shop's Tommy Turowski reports a quiet morning on the jetty with a fair bite from some jacks, snapper and some big Reds on the outgoing tide. Tommy says greenies, mojarra and silver mullet continue to keep the bait buckets full.
Earlier this week Sebastian Inlet Fishing Report regular, Mike Ricciardi of Vero Beach, fished the north jetty in the A.M. and reported about a dozen snapper coming over the rails. Two of the successful anglers that morning included Sebastian's Tony Swiderski who landed his limit of mangrove snapper, and Chuck Fischer of Satellite Beach who caught one snapper and one spot. Mike said a few boats landed a couple of C/R snook and one angler casting plugs on the outgoing tide by the buoys hooked up with an oversized red. Mike also noted abundant greenies and mojarra in the tide pool.