Monday, October 5, 2015

Sebastian Inlet Report






What a gorgeous day at the Sebastian Inlet! We have a cool breeze blowing out of the West at 6 mph, gusting to 10 and there is a light chop on the water. NOAA is calling for small craft to exercise caution for seas. We have a slight chance of showers today.

Tommy Turowski at the Sebastian Inlet Bait and Tackle Shop reported a good bite over the weekend. Mullet are still schooling around the jetties, in the inlet and on the flats. Snook, Reds, Jacks and Blues are the prevalent catches. Yesterday for a short period of time, schools of Spanish Mackerel were zipping around the jetties. We have an abundance of Trout on the flats and Pompano are starting to show up as well. 

  Our first photo today features Gina Nichols of Palm Bay. Gina and her husband fish quite a bit but this was her first Redfish and biggest catch by far. She tossed out a small crab she got from the shore just to see what would bite! They used finger mullet for everything else and landed two Pompano in the slot and one keeper Red. Other shore based anglers were also landing Reds and Pompano. 
  Our second photo today features Rashad Hickman of Palm Bay with a 28" C/R Redfish that was released unharmed right after the photo. 
  Photo three is of Terrance Hunter of Boynton Beach. Terrance landed this Redfish last weekend. 
  Leore Genoune of Boynton Beach shows off an oversized Red he landed and released last weekend. 
  Eytan Genoune is featured in our last photo with one of the Reds he landed last weekend. Those young men had a couple of great days of fishing!

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