Tuesday, January 19, 2016
Sebastian Inlet Report
01-19-16 TUESDAY: BLACK DRUM, REDS, SNOOK, SHEEPSHEAD, POMPANO, WHITING AND JACKS
OUR WIND GAUGE WAS REPAIRED YESTERDAY; FISHING LINE WAS TANGLED IN THE ANOMOMETER. PLEASE TRY TO CAST YOUR LINES AWAY FROM THE WEB CAM AND WEATHER STATIONS.
We have a cool, windy morning at the inlet. Winds are blowing out of the Northwest at 17 mph, gusting to 24 and there is a moderate chop on the water. NOAA is calling for small craft to exercise caution.
Over the long weekend the Black Drum bite was good according to our readers. Snook are still active as were Reds and good sized Pompano. Big Pompano, Whiting, Spanish Mackerel and Jacks rounded out the mix.
Our first photo today is of snow bird Rich Blum . Rich hails from upstate NY and loves fishing the inlet. The bite was very good for Blues, Sheepshead, Spanish Mackerel and big bull Reds. Rich poses with one of the few Black Drum of the morning.
Mike Ricciardi is featured in our second photo. Mike fished the jetty and said the outgoing tide was fairly active for anglers throwing lures that were being hit by giant Reds and good sized Blues. Anglers using sand fleas landed 7 - 8 Sheepshead, 4 - 5 Pompano came over the rails and 6 - 8 Black Drum.
Posted by Tony Rose
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