Monday, October 19, 2015
Sebastian Inlet Report
10-19-15 MONDAY: SNOOK, REDS, SPANISH MACKEREL, BLUES, FLOUNDER, TROUT AND SNAPPER
We have a very blustery day today. Winds are blowing out of the Northeast at 24 mph, gusting to 32 and the water is rough around the inlet and on the ICW. NOAA has issued a small craft advisory through Tuesday night.
Over the weekend, Tommy Turowski reported a good bite. A lot of big Spanish Mackerel in the three to five pound range moved in and many came over the rails. Reds, Snook, Jacks, Blues, Flounder, Trout and even a few Mangrove Snapper were in play. We still have plenty of mullet and other baitfish in the water but anglers using live shrimp are having the best luck with Reds and Snook.
Our first photo today is Devin DeCoursey of Orlando landed the oversized Snook on live finger mullet Saturday night. Devin landed the Snook off the tip of the south jetty on the incoming tide.
Arden Romanillos sent in our next photo of his friend Phillip Tate fishing the north jetty at sunrise. The photo captures the feeling of calm and serenity. Arden and Phillip love fishing the inlet in the early morning hours.