Wednesday, March 9, 2016
Sebastian Inlet Report
Yesterday morning's Snook bite was decent for anglers free lining live shrimp. A couple of inlet regulars landed slot and over sized fish. Diane Buyce of Melbourne landed a gorgeous 25" Speckled Trout, along with a slot Snook. Only two Black Drum came over the rails in the morning hours, Rich Blum of upstate NY and Vero Beach landed one of them, at 25". One Pompano, several Sheepshead were landed on sand fleas and quite a few small Blues came over the rails. Overall, a pretty good morning!
Our first photo today features Diane Buyce with that beautiful Speckled Trout she landed yesterday morning.
Vern Roberson of Winter Haven is featured in our second photo. Vern landed the good sized Sheepshead using sand fleas. Vern also fished Sunday and reported a very good Sheepshead bite.
Bobby Brown of Indialantic landed and safely released the huge oversized Red off the north jetty
Ike Beatty of Gifford is featured in our fourth photo. Ike landed the 35" Black Drum on a sand flea!
Our last photo was sent in by Ian Brydges-sarge. Ian and his brother Anthony were fishing the south jetty when they unintentionally hooked up with a smaller Goliath Grouper. The fish was so entangled with 12 - 13 weights, a surf board leash and a bunch of fishing line; they couldn't believe it was still alive. The men untangled the fish and released it immediately. They wanted to remind anglers to be more conscious of leaving their line and unwanted trash around. Nice going gentlemen