11-18-15 WEDNESDAY: SNOOK, REDS, SPANISH MACKEREL, SHEEPSHEAD, MARGATE, JACKS AND FLOUNDER
We have high winds at the inlet this morning. It's blowing out of the Southeast at 23 mph, gusting to 28 and the water is choppy around the jetties and on the ICW. There is a small craft advisory through this evening.
The bite has been good. We're seeing a lot of Snook and Reds, Spanish Mackerel, Jacks, Black Drum, a few Sheepshead, Flounder and Margate come over the rails. Live shrimp is the preferred bait for Snook. With the water temperature starting to cool down, we are looking for the Black Drum and Sheepshead bite to pick up. The big Flounder cant be far behind!
Our photos today are courtesy of inlet regular Mike Ricciardi of Vero Beach. Mike took the shot of (L-R)Dale White of Palm Bay, Ricky Lloyd and Charlie Jones both of Vero Beach.That morning was productive for anybody fishing for Snook.
Photo two features inlet regular Dave Vermilye of Sebastian. Dave landed his slot Snook using live shrimp.
Photo three 4 keepers