Thursday, March 31, 2016
Sebastian Inlet Report
03-30-16 WEDNESDAY: MOSTLY BLUES AND JACKS
Winds are blowing out of the Northeast this morning at 14 mph, gusting to 19 and the water is choppy. There is a chance of showers today with a slight chance of thunderstorms. Small craft should exercise caution.
We don't have a lot to report on the fishing front as the bite is slow. We're seeing a few Blues, Jacks, an occasional Black Drum, Sheepshead, Lookdown or Snook.
Our first photo today features Victor Montalvo of Orlando. Victor fished the north jetty when he landed the Sheepshead and Black Drum using shrimp and clam combos.
Photo two features Big Willie of Fort Pearce. Willie landed the large Jack off the north jetty.
Photo three features Luke Vila of Kissimmee. Luke and his friend Justin Mitchell made the drive over to fish the inlet. Luke reported the outgoing tide was ripping through the inlet. The men free lined mullet and landed some Jacks. All fish were released.
Posted by Tony Rose
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