Wednesday, March 30, 2016
Sebastian Inlet Report
FISHING REMAINS SLOW
We have another beautiful morning at the inlet. Winds are blowing out of the Southeast at 1 mph, gusting to 3 and the water has a light chop. There are no NOAA advisories but winds are predicted to shift to the north this afternoon and rain is likely.
Yesterday was another slow day off the jetties. A few Blues, Sheepshead, Jacks and one slot Snook came over the rails. The only excitement occurred when an angler brought in two Bluefish on the same lure (see photo two)! Winter regular Sally Baughman sent in a photo of the Blues and our fun third photo, thanks Sally!
Our angler of the day is John Tay of Gifford. John fished the north jetty when he landed the good sized Sheepshead in our first photo. John had another Sheepshead almost as large and one Bluefish, he was using sand fleas.
Photo two is of the two for one Blues!
As two anglers cast for mojarra in the tide pool, a manatee raises its head to observe in photo three!