11-19-15 THURSDAY: SNOOK, JACKS, REDS, SPANISH MACKEREL, BLACK DRUM AND SHEEPSHEAD
We have overcast skies at the inlet this morning. Winds are blowing out of the South-Southwest at 4 mph, gusting to 6 and there is a moderate chop on the water. NOAA is calling for small craft to exercise caution this morning. We have a chance of showers this morning, likely showers this afternoon with possible thunderstorms. Go prepared if you head to the inlet.
The Snook bite remains good. Please handle catch and release species with care. Try to lower the Snook back into the water via net if it is caught off the north jetty. Please read the FWC catch and release guidelines in the top right corner of this page. This morning there have been a lot of Jacks come over the rails of the jetties according to Tommy Turowski at the Sebastian Inlet Bait and Tackle Shop.
Our photos today is of Susan Barr who was visiting from London and landed two smaller slot Reds, 18" and 19", two catfish and a small Jack. One of the Reds gave her quite a battle, but she prevailed in the end. The Red got stuck in the rocks and one of the local anglers climbed down to retrieve it.