Friday, January 3, 2020

Sebastian Inlet Report

Just back from a trip to the inlet and the fishing is hot everywhere!  Finally a break in the weather and rough surf is giving anglers a chance to drop a line from the North and South jetties and we saw a lot of anglers out there this morning doing just that.
On the North Jetty, we hear that Pompano, Black Drum, Sheepshead, and some Bluefish, Spanish Mackerel and Jacks have been coming over the rails.  Pompano fishing from the beach has also been great.  Use sand fleas, clams and frozen shrimp to target them.  Use your lures for the Bluefish, Spanish Mackerel and Jacks.
We saw a ton of boats in the inlet channel West of the bridge bottom fishing for Flounder so the bite must be good, and finger mullet or mud minnows are your best bet on bait if you can find them.  Live shrimp will do the job too.
Now that the weather has taken a turn for the better (much better!), it was beautiful at the inlet this morning.  Not too hot, not too cold with a nice ocean breeze.  
Check out this Black Drum our featured angler of the week caught night fishing the North Jetty byJerry Hunley!  

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