Monday, September 21, 2015

Scouting Around - Sebastian Area

The early morning Snook bite was good although most fish that came over the rails were short and returned to the water. A few lucky angler walked off the north jetty with a slot fish. Good sized Jacks are in play and oversized and slot Reds were keeping some of the anglers busy this morning. Mangrove Snapper are still biting as well. One Flounder came over the rails for an angler using mullet. 
Our angler of the day is Leore Genoune of Boynton Beach. Leore and his dad Meir drove up to fish the south side on Sunday. There was an early morning Snook bite and five slot fish were landed on croakers. Leore and Meir were using mojarra and didn't fare as well some of the other anglers. The Mangrove Snapper bite was steady most of the day. They took a break then returned for an evening session when Leore landed the 26" slot Red in our photo. The evening Snook bite was red hot for those fishing with pigfish and croakers. Meir said bait was plentiful and consisted of mojarras, finger mullet and croakers that were right in the surf. 

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