Fishing has been pretty good with lots of Mangrove Snapper, some Mutton Snapper, Redfish and Jacks off the north jetty as reported by our friends at Sebastian Inlet Bait & Tackle. Go see Tommy there for the latest update! NOAA forecast calling for light south/southwest winds this week and less than 3-foot seas, noting the west wall of the Gulf Stream is 21 nautical miles east of Sebastian Inlet. Check out our webcam for current conditions!
Thanks to Allan Noel for sending in this photo as we get ready to kick off Snook season on September 1. Mark your calendars and until then, remember to catch and release.
Unique to the region, Snook are one of the many reasons Florida is the fishing capital of the world. When releasing a Snook, proper handling methods can help ensure your fish’s survival and the species abundance for anglers today and for generations to come. A snook permit, as well as a recreational saltwater license, is required. Check out the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission website for all rules and regulations.