11-14-16 MONDAY: SHEEPSHEAD, SNOOK, REDS, MARGATE, FLOUNDER, JACKS, BLACK DRUM, POMPANO AND SPANISH MACKEREL
The last 500' of the north jetty remains closed until we can get the grates installed. Once they are installed, we will be able to open up more of the north jetty to fishing. Thank you for your patience. The Sebastian Inlet State Park is completely open 24 hours.
We have a gorgeous morning at the inlet. Winds are barely moving out of the South-Southwest with gusts of 2 mph. The water is clear and calm and there are no NOAA advisories. The super moon is bringing us extreme tides. We have a slight chance of showers today.
We had a real nice weekend, the first since Hurricane Matthew! Conditions were good for fishing and the weather was great to be outdoors. Tommy Turowski at the Sebastian Inlet Bait and Tackle Shop reported a busy weekend with anglers coming and going. A good variety of species were landed. Sheepshead are starting to grow in numbers, we still have a lot of Snook biting and Reds, Flounder, Jacks, Margate and Black Drum are active. Quite a few Spanish Mackerel and Pompano are being landed on the flats.