Sunday, 9/14/14 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Charlie and J.P.

DCIM100GOPROCharlie and J.P. are from N.Y. Down here on  business and decided to do some Snook fishing. We met up at the Inlet Marina at 8 a.m. The weather was beautiful a perfect day to fish the Sebastian Inlet for Snook. The tide was outgoing till 11 a.m. Well just because the weather is great doesn’t mean the fishing is going to be great.

Bait was a little scarce and the Snook bite was a little slow. Charlie and J.P. managed to get several hook ups though. They only laded a few and one was a keeper, perfect fatty keeper at 32″.  Thanks Charlie and J.P. for fishing with Attitude it was a pleasure to meet and fish with you.



Thursday, 9/11/14 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Randy, Randy Jr., and Jeannie

DCIM100GOPROThe Sebastian Inlet tide was incoming in the morning. It did not switch to outgoing till 2 p.m. The weather was a little iffy. There was some scattered storms and the conditions were a little choppy.  Bait was a little difficult in the morning but I kept moving and searching and eventually found them.

We fished the Inlet for the end of the incoming and the beginning of outgoing. The bite was a little slow. Randy Jr.  hooked up first and landed a big Snook. Next was Jr. again with a couple of Reds. Randy Sr. got the biggest Red which was 26lbs. Jeannie got redemption and landed a nice Snook. No keeper Snook but we did have some action. The bite shut down around 3 p.m. Thanks Randy, Randy Jr. and Jeannie for fishing with Attitude. It was fun fishing with you all.





Monday, 9/08/14 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Bill, Dave, and Jesse

DCIM100GOPROConditions were a lot better than Sunday. The seas laid down, the bait was steady. The tide started out at 10:30 a.m. The bite started off slow. Bill started things off and hooked up and landed a big Snook. It was a long wait till the next bite. Once we moved a bit and anchored back up we started to hook up. Jesse caught 2 nice Reds, a oversize Snook,  and a few Jacks. Dave caught a keeper Snook that was 32″ Thanks guys it was a pleasure to fish with you.


Sunday, 9/07/14 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Rainy and Coleman

DCIM100GOPROThe weather was a little tough. The seas were 2-3ft and choppy in the morning. On top of that the bait was no where to be found. Luckily I had a few left over from Saturday. The tide started out around 10 a.m. The fish were thick but the bite was pretty slow. Rainy had two good hits, one broke off and the other she landed which ended up being 29″ perfect for keeping. It was getting to be late and Coleman and Rainy had to get back to Orlando. Thanks again Coleman and Rainy. It was nice fishing with you. Sorry the bite was so slow. Next time we will tear them up.


Wednesday, 9/03/14 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Jack(Dad), Heather(sister), and Ryan

DCIM100GOPROMy Dad, sister, and Ryan are from St. Louis. They are vacationing here for the week. We decided to do some Snook fishing. The outgoing tide in the morning and incoming in the afternoon. The morning was really slow. Once the tide started to come in the bite picked up. My Dad caught 3 nice Snook, My sister caught 3 nice Snook and a Jack, and Ryan caught 3 nice Snook as well. 3 of the Snook were keepers. It was a blast to fish with my Dad and Sister and her fiancé Ryan. Just wish I got to do it more.  Love you Dad and Heather, thanks for coming down to Florida and visiting me and my family. Hope you enjoyed it as much as we did!


Tuesday, 9/02/14 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Gary, Laezlow, Aiden, Raeliegh, Kaitlynn, and Bonnie

DCIM100GOPROGary has fished with me quite a few times in past. He has his family down here this time on Vacation with him and wanted to get the kids on some fish. We decided to split a full day up into 2 half days. We fished Laezlow and his brother Aiden in the morning and the girls Raeliegh, Kaitlynn, and Bonnie in the afternoon. We let the boys do all the bait fishing.  The tide in the Sebastian Inlet was outgoing till 11 p.m.  Gary caught two Redfish in the morning. The Snook bite was slow for the outgoing tide. Once the tide slacked the bite started.

Laezlow hooked up the first Snook, he did a great job landing it. It was also the first keeper Snook of the 2014 fall season. We had a few more hook ups but no luck landing them. We dropped the boys off and picked up the girls around 2 p.m. The tide was incoming and the bite was on. Raeliegh hooked up and landed the first Snook. Next was Kaitlynn turn and she did a great job too and landed a nice Snook. Bonnie caught a big Jack. Raeliegh landed another big Snook, she had the touch. It was also her birthday. Happy 17th. Thanks Gary and family it was a pleasure to meet and fish with all of you.



Sunday, 8/24/14 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.

James, Andrew, Rain, and Marissa

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERABrothers, James and Andrew and there girlfriends Rain and Marissa are from Orlando. They wanted to catch some Snook. We left the Marina and went out in the ocean. The schools of Bonita and Spanish were out there. They were feeding on the glass minnows. We chased them for an hour and Andrew caught a nice Bonita and a Spanish.  It was tough to get them to hit.

Next stop was to get our Snook bait. After an hour of catching bait we set up at the Sebastian Inlet and started fishing. It was not long before Rain put the first Snook on the boat. Andrew caught the next Snook and a few minutes after that caught a nice Red. Everyone ended up having a few hook ups and landing at least one nice Snook. Rain caught the biggest which was 23lbs. It was a great day with beautiful weather cool people. Thanks James, Rain, Andrew, and Marissa for coming fishing. It was pleasure to meet all of you. Hopefully we will all fish together again in the future.



Saturday, 8/23/14 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Tony, Sean, and Jake

DCIM100GOPROThe weather was perfect. Tony and Sean work together and Jake is Sean’s son. We left from the Inlet Marina around 8a.m.  We played with the Bonita for a bit but no hook ups. We ran the beaches to the south and found nothing but a school of Spanish. Tony caught one and missed a few.

With the tide getting ready to go out it was time to get to the Sebastian Inlet and get a spot on the Snook. The bite was really slow for awhile. Finally it picked up a bit and we had a few hook ups. Sean got to catch a couple of nice Snook. Thanks Tony and Sean for a fun day it was a pleasure to fish with you two and Jake.


Friday, 8/22/14 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Joe, Bob, and Mark

Another great day of weather and fishing aboard the Attitude Adjustment. Joe is from Melbourne and his friends from Wisconsin were in town and wanting to do a little Snook fishing. We spent a couple of hours looking for croakers but not much luck. We did find a lot of Pigs and decided to just go with them. We had a great Snook bite. Bob was first to hook up and land a Snook. He did a great job for never saltwater fishing in his life. Everyone had multiple hook ups . We Snook fished for two hours before we ran out of bait. It was fun day and it is always a pleasure to meet and fish with good people. Thanks again Joe, Mark, and Bob. Hope to fish with you again in the future.