Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Sebastian Inlet Report



What a beautiful morning to get out and wet a line. Winds are blowing out of the West at 5 mph, gusting to 9 and the water has a light chop. We have a few clouds over the inlet this morning but chances of rain are slim. 

Yesterday we saw a decent Snook bite in the morning hours for anglers using live shrimp. Several good sized Black Drum came over the rails along with a couple of Sheepshead, Blues and Pompano. The calmer water has improved the Pompano bite and we are seeing lots of poles lined up and down the beach with anglers trying their luck. Sand fleas are a great choice for bait, clams and shrimp will work as well. 

Our first photo today is courtesy of Mike Ricciardi of Vero Beach. Mike took the shot of Harry and his slot Snook.
  Our next two photos are from Eli Pol of Jacksonville. Eli and Adolfo Pol of Orlando fished the north jetty and landed some healthy Pompano using live shrimp. Photo two is of Eli and photo three is of Alfonso. 

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