Sebastian News

Week of October 21: Anglers are catching Black Drum, Pompano, Reds, Snook and more

Fishing has been good at the inlet – time to get out there.  Thank you to everyone who sent in reports and photos from your trips this weekend!  Some nice keeper Snook and Reds in those shots and we’ll make sure to feature you all as the angler of the week in upcoming fishing reports.

Today, our featured angler of the week is Tristan Whitehouse, visiting Sebastian Inlet all the way from New York.  He brought this massive Redfish over the rails of the North Jetty on live mullet.  Nice catch, Tristan, and we hope you had a great visit to the inlet and our area!  Thanks for sending in your pic and details.

We talked to Sarah this morning for the latest and anglers have been picking up Black Drum, Pompano, Reds, Snook and Spanish Mackerel.  Finger mullet are everywhere and the shrimp are working too.  We hear they are looking better and getting bigger as we head into winter.  Go see Sarah and Tommy at Sebastian Inlet Bait & Tackle for the latest and to get your shrimp before you head out to the North Jetty!

NOAA is calling for South winds today and Tuesday, up to 15 knots, moderate seas (1-3 feet) and light chop on the intracoastal waters.  Wednesday brings Northeast winds, 10-15 knots with 3-5 foot seas and a moderate chop on intracoastal waters. East winds the rest of the week at 10-15 knots and 4-6 foot seas.

Send us the details of your fishing trip to the inlet and photos of your catch using the Contact Form.  Have a great week!