Garrett, Jamie, and Andrew
Capt. Eric Metcalf was born in Clearwater, FL. in 1974 and moved to the East Coast in 1992 to follow his passion for surfing and fishing. He moved to the Sebastian area where he had traveled to surf throughout high school. The more he fished the more he wanted to fish and the more natural it began to feel. He realized that there was a good possibility that he had the talent to establish a career in fishing which could support his lifestyle. Eric became USCG licensed in 1998 and has been chasing his dream ever since. Nowadays Capt. Eric is locally well-known for catching big fish on light tackle. He is a well-rounded Capt. who is fully knowledgeable of inshore and offshore waters, fishing at least five day’s a week. Capt. Eric is truly dedicated to fishing and takes pride in his customers catching BIG FISH…and a memory. Call or e-mail today to book your Attitude Adjustment.
“I will work my hardest to make sure that you catch fish” Capt. Eric
Paul, Jodi, and Craig
John and Mary
Snook season is here. John and Mary are from Jacksonville. They had a great day of fishing and caught both of there keeper Snook. The Snook are hungry and there eating pigfish if you can find them. Actually the past week has been fairly easy to find bait. There are some Redfish in mix as well. The tide is outgoing late morning. I heard of a nice Cubera Snapper coming out of the Inlet this past week. Thanks John and Mary it was fun to fish with you two.
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Walt and his Boys….
Fishing was decent today. The weather was perfect. The tide in the Inlet is going out til 12 p.m. Small Bonita everywhere along the beach with some Jacks mixed in. I spotted some nice Tarpon rolling as well but could not spark a strike. We had a few baits and hooked up a couple of Snook. Season opens on Sept. 1.
Looks like the fishing is picking up. The river is really dirty from the Sebastian River. There has been some Bonita action and Jacks along the beaches. The Snook bite is fair. The Redfish in the inlet has not been working with the dirty water on the outgoing. There has been alot of jacks though in the inlet and the some nice Mangrove action action as well. Try the incoming tides. Offshore, A few Cobia here and there and some nice size Mangroves still the best thing going.
Jim and his kids(Faith and David)
There is plenty of rain around. We managed to avoid it and get a half day of fishing in. We started off catching some Jacks in the Sebastian Inlet. We spotted some Redfish but no luck. After finding a few Crabs we fished them in the outgoing tide. Faith who is 11 yrs old, hooked up a nice Permit. It gave her one heck of a fight. She had never experienced a fish like that. She did a great job at not giving up. Eventually the hard work paid off. We took a few pics of the action. Thanks Jim for fishing with Attitude, it was a pleasure getting to know you.
Steve, his Son and Granddaughter
The beaches are really cold right now. the Surf temp. is 72. Not much happening inside. We headed out to the shoals and did some chumming for Cobia. We managed to catch about 5 Cobia. 2 were keepers the other 3 were just short. It was a fun day, the weather was great and the rains held up long enough for us to get back in.