Tuesday, 8/19/14 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Islam and Friends

DCIM100GOPROIslam and his friends are from O-town. The contacted me about catching Permit. We left the Inlet marina around 8 a.m. The tide was outgoing in the Sebastian Inlet, which made Crabs easy. We headed straight to the spot and passed tons of schools of little Bonita and some Spanish. Once we started fishing Islam hooked up first. He had the fish on for about 10 mins. and was really close to landing it. The Permit was big, but it is now a fish story. The bite was a little slow. They managed to hook up two more fish and landed them both. 33lbs. and  24 lbs. Both respectable fish.  We looked for the Spanish on the way back to the Sebastian Inlet but no luck. Thank you Islam to you and your friends for fishing aboard the Attitude Adjustment.  Hope to see you guys again.


Monday, 8/18/14 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

John and Charlie

DCIM100GOPROI had a free day so I invited John from Whitey’s and His friend Charlie who was in town visiting. We decided to run and check out if the Permit were still hanging around. The weather was perfect. The tide was outgoing in the morning. Crabs were pretty easy to get.  Once we got the spot, things were slow for awhile. I was first to hook up and land a nice Permit. It went 20lb. range. It was pretty slow from then to when Charlie got his bite. He did a great job of fighting and landing his first Permit, the fish weighed 32lbs. It was a solid Permit. He also caught a big Cuda. What a fun day of fishing and not having the pressure.


Saturday, 8/16/14 7 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Brandon, Marshall, and Marshall

DCIM100GOPROThe weather has been pretty nice in the mornings. Storms in the afternoon. We met up and left from the Inlet Marina at 7 a.m. The tide was outgoing till 10 a.m. we went straight to the Bonita that feeding on the glass minnows. Brandon hooked up on the first cast and Marshall and Marshall caught one as well.

After the Bonita got a little spooky we went and caught a few Croakers.  The Snook have been a little more on the beach under the schools of Glass Minnows. There are also some Tarpon, Spanish, and Jacks on them. We had a few Snook on but Marshall was the only one who landed a Snook. They did catch enough Spanish for a good dinner though. It was a great morning fishing with good people. Thanks Brandon, Marshall, and Marshall for fishing with me on the Attitude Adjustment.



Thursday, 8/14/14 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Wilton, Bridgette, and Tom,

DCIM100GOPROWilton and Bridgette live in Georgia and Tom lives in Melbourne. We departed from the Inlet Marina at 8 a.m. When we went through the Sebastian Inlet at 8:30 a.m. the tide was just starting to slack. Incoming till 3 p.m. We chased the Bonita for awhile. No Spanish for us and Wilton did catch a Bonita. We went and caught some Croakers and headed offshore. With the approaching storms we did not have long before we had to head back in. We only caught a Vermillion and a couple of Seabass. Once we got back to the inlet we anchored up and fished the rest of our bait. Bridgette caught 2 nice Snook and Tom caught 3 nice Snook. We ran out of bait and the storms with lightning was getting close. Thanks  Wilton, Bridgette, and Tom it was a pleasure to meet and fish with the three of you.



Saturday, 8/9/14 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Donna and Sean

DCIM100GOPROThe outgoing tide started around 10 a.m. The weather was perfect, a light west wind and sunshine. Croakers were easy to find. Donna and Sean are from Stuart, Fl. and wanted to fish the Sebastian Inlet for Snook. We had no problem getting our baits. The bite was a little slow. I think they went 2 for 7. We had some misses. But still a slow bite compared to the norm. It was still a fun day and Donna and Sean are fun to fish with. Thanks guys it was my pleasure.



Saturday, 8/3/14 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Kim and Dan

DCIM100GOPROThe winds had picked up and it was a little choppy. The outgoing tide started in the inlet around 4 p.m. We caught enough Croakers to fish with. Once we went to the Inlet and anchored up a low life on the Jetty took upon himself to throw a weight at my boat. I don’t understand why they feel like they are the only ones who have the right to fish there. I also don’t understand why the Florida State park does not enforce rules and demand that people act accordingly. Why when some one is hit from a weight that was purposely thrown at them why does the FWC turn around and walk away. I thought that was consider a deadly missile. I guess it will take a serious injury or even death followed by a serious Lawsuit for the state to wake up and take action. They created this mess 10 years ago and now they need to fix it.  Well enough of that for now.

The bite was slow but Kim did manage to hook up a couple of Snook. Lost one and landed the other. A nice 16lbs. Thanks Kim and Dan for sticking out and being so understanding. Hopefully we will make it up in the future.



Friday, 8/1/14 3 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Mathew and Dylan

DCIM100GOPRO Mathew and Dylan are from south Florida but have a home here as well. The weather was sunny, but the winds had picked up since the morning. The tide was to start moving out around 3:30 p.m. We started off by catching Croakers. There was no problem there, they seemed to be plentiful.

When we got back to the Sebastian Inlet we set up anchor and started to soak some baits. Mathew hooked instantly with a solid Redfish. We landed it, photo and released. for the next 20 mins. we could not keep the Jacks off the lines. We moved spots and started to hook some Snook. Dylan caught the first 2 Snook. Mathew then caught a couple as well. The Jacks were still thick and were doing a good job of depleting our bait.  Mathew and Dylan it was fun fishing with you two. It was a pleasure to meet and get to know you both. Hopefully you learned a few tricks and got a good feel for the Sebastian Inlet Snook fishing. Thanks Again!



Friday, 8/1/14 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Josh, Jake, Brady, Ed, and Liam

DCIM100GOPROBeautiful morning to go fishing. I had a few baits left over, so we started off fishing for Snook. The tide was outgoing till 9 a.m. We caught one Jack and missed a few hits. We went and caught more Croakers. When we returned the tide was slack. Ed hooked up instantly with a big Permit, had it to the boat a couple of times. A little too much pressure and the line broke, what a bummer.

We ran the beaches for a bit. We came across some Bonita and Josh hooked up a nice one and let Jake fight and land it. The Bonita was about 8 lbs. We never could get another shot at one. Once we returned to the Sebastian Inlet I spotted the school of Snook on the north side of the Jetty. We anchored up and fished. We had a few hook ups. Ed was the only one to get a hook set and Liam did a good job of fighting it to the boat. The school of Snook moved and our chances diminished. The kids decided to go for a swim, they seemed to have a good time diving from the boat.  Thanks Josh and Ed for fishing with Attitude, it was a pleasure to meet you and your boys.



Thursday, 7/31/14 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.


DCIM100GOPROAnother great day aboard the Attitude Adjustment. Edgar is From Texas and has fished with me a few times in the past. Weather was nice. The tide was outgoing in the morning till about 9 a.m. We scooped up some crabs in the morning and headed to the Permit spot. The bite was a little slow for the first hour. Then it happened and Edgar hooked up his first Permit. He did a great job of fighting it and landed his first Permit ever which was 24lbs. We missed a few more because of bad line(my bad). Then he got his second Permit which was around 15lbs.  With the winds picking up we decided to head back to the Sebastian Inlet. Thanks Edgar, for fishing with me again it was a pleasure. Hope you enjoy your cook-out.