07-25-16 MONDAY: MANGROVE SNAPPER AND SPANISH MACKEREL
We have a very still morning at the inlet. A little puff of air will come out of the South-Southeast every now and then but it's a hot, steamy morning on the jetties. No wind = no see 'ums, be sure to take insect repellent with you if you head to the inlet today.
Tommy Turowski is back part time at the Sebastian Inlet Bait and Tackle Shop and this morning he reports a decent Mangrove Snapper bite. There is still a lot of bait in the water. Over the weekend it was mostly Mangroves and Spanish Mackerel with an occasional Red or C/R Snook.
Our photo today features Peter Balsitis with a C/R Snook he landed on the south side using croakers on the incoming tide. The Snook was released unharmed right after the photo.
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