11-21-16 MONDAY: SNOOK, REDS, SHEEPSHEAD, FLOUNDER, BLUES, SPANISH MACKEREL, POMPANO AND JACKS
GREAT NEWS! WE ARE HAVING THE EXISTING JETTY GRATES INSTALLED, STARTING TODAY. HOPEFULLY ABOUT 3/4 OF THE NORTH JETTY WILL BE OPEN BY WEDNESDAY, JUST IN TIME FOR THANKSGIVING WEEKEND! THE REMAINING GRATES MUST BE MANUFACTURED. THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE.
What a gorgeous morning we have at the inlet. We have a crisp, cool morning; the sun is shining, skies are blue and fish are biting. Who could ask for anything more? Winds are blowing out of the West-Northwest at 9 mph, gusting to 12 and there is a moderate chop on the water.
Tommy Turowski at the Sebastian Inlet Bait and Tackle Shop reported a busy weekend. Many different species of fish were hitting all over the State Park. With the water temperature dropping, we are starting to see a lot of Sheepshead, Flounder, Blues and Black Drum. Rounding out the mix are Spanish Mackerel, Reds and Snook. Quite a few Pompano are being landed from the beach. Tommy said finger mullet are scarce but a few can still be found. Shrimp seems to be the bait of choice right now.
Robert Pumarada and his sons Dylan and Ivan drove over from Orlando and had a great night fishing the inlet. They camped at the campground and they fished Dylan landed an 18" Speckled Trout and Ivan landed a 22" slot Red.