Sebastian News

Monday: Reds, Snook, Sheepshead, Black Drum, Pompano, Blues and Whiting

WE ARE EXPERIENCING DIFFICULTY WITH OUR WEB CAM.  WE ARE ADDRESSING THE ISSUES.

Winds are blowing out of the East at 16 mph, gusting to 18 and there is a moderate chop on the water.

Over the weekend there was a decent bite and steady action according to Tommy Turowski at the Sebastian Inlet Bait and Tackle Shop.  Big Reds, Snook and Sheepshead were the most dominant species.  A few Black Drum, Blues, Pompano and Whiting rounded out the catches.  Live shrimp was working for most species.  Thanks Tommy!

Our photos today are courtesy of Trina and Ponce Perone.  Trina and Ponce made the drive over from the west coast to fish the inlet and weren’t disappointed.  Our featured photo is of Trina with a big Black Drum.  Photos below are of Ponce with a nice sized Black Drum and Trina with a couple of Sheepshead.  Nice catches Trina and Ponce!

Get out and wet a line!

The Sebastian Inlet State Park Marina holds a sunset kayak tour led by a trained guide Wednesdays – Sundays.  Every month they offer a full moon kayak tour!  For more information call 321-724-5424.