Sebastian News

Wednesday: The bite has been slow……

WE HAVE REPLACED THE PAN AND TILT MOTOR ON OUR WEB CAM.  ADJUSTMENTS ARE BEING MADE.  THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE.

Winds are blowing out of the East-Southeast at 15 mph, gusting to 19 and there is a moderate chop on the water.  NOAA is advising small craft to exercise caution.

The north jetty was crowded with anglers fishing in the churned up conditions yesterday.  The bite was on the slow side and not much came over the rails in the morning hours.  A few Snook were landed but none were in the slot.  A couple of Whiting, small Sheepshead and one slot Red was landed in the early morning hours. Anglers were trying a variety of baits.

Our angler of the day is James Taylor.  James landed the enormous Black Drum in the photo off the north jetty Saturday night.  James said the fish weighed over 50 lbs.!  He was using clams for bait.  What a beast!

This will be our last fishing report until Monday.  Send in your photos and fishing updates in the meantime!

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.