Sebastian News

Week of September 17:  Snook, Redfish and Mangrove Snapper biting

Went to visit with Sarah this morning at the Sebastian Inlet Bait & Tackle.  She reports fishing has been GREAT so grab your gear and get out there!

Early morning on the North Jetty, anglers have been bringing in lots of Snook, mostly oversized, on croakers, mojarra and shrimp.  During the day, some Spanish Mackerel have been biting on got-cha lures on the oceanside.  A fair amount of mangrove snapper on the southside with greenies and shrimp.  There has been a big bite off the North Jetty in the afternoon at second tide change with  snook and redfish galore.  Live shrimp as the name of the game there.

A shout out to one of our regulars out there, Jim who caught this snook off the North Jetty last Wednesday.  Thanks for the picture!

Light southeast winds expected through Thursday with highs at 91 degrees most days.  Clear days earlier in the week with scattered thunderstorms probable on Friday.  Check out our webcam for current conditions!

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