Friday, 3/27/15 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Troy, Hollie, Tatum, Tristan, Caleb, and John

DCIM100GOPROHoly cow that was a lot of people. Good thing we used John’s brand new beautiful boat. The weather was a little iffy first thing in the morning with the rain storms moving through. It did clear up nice though. Troy, Hollie, Tatum, Tristan, Caleb are from Culver, Indiana. They visit with John and Gay once a year. We met up and departed from John’s house. We went straight to bait fishing and caught plenty of Pigs once we were able to find them.

The tide in the Sebastian Inlet was outgoing till 12 p.m. Tatum started it off with a oversize Snook. She was on fire because I think she caught the next fish as well which was a big Redfish. For awhile it seemed like at any given moment someone was hooked up with a big Redfish. Everyone caught a few Reds and a nice Snook. A total of 5 oversize Snook were caught. It was a fun morning fishing with everyone. Thanks John for always thinking of me and your support. I really do appreciate and enjoy all of our trips.


Thursday, 3/26/15 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.

rsz_gopr0107 (1)Bill and Marybeth,

Bill and Marybeth from West Virginia fished with me last year.  It started off a great morning, calm winds and sunshine. We left from Inlet Marina around 8 a.m. We went through the Sebastian Inlet and straight to catching baits we needed. The tide in the Sebastian Inlet was outgoing all morning till about 11:30 a.m. One we decided we had enough baits went back to the Inlet. We set up on the Snook but never could get a Snook hit. However the Reds were so thick that the baits did not last long on the bottom. Bill and Marybeth got a hit on every bait we had. They landed several before we had run out of bait. It was a fun, full of action, short trip. Thanks Bill and Marybeth for fishing with attitude again.


Tuesday, 3/24/15 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Lu and Libby

DCIM100GOPROLu and Libby are from Washington D.C. They wanted to go offshore and fish for Kingfish.With the ocean a little rough this morning we decided to stay around the Sebastian Inlet and fish for Pompano and Redfish. The tide started to come in around 9 a.m. Libby hooked up first and landed a nice Pompano. We ended up catching 4 Pompano. Next we went for the Redfish. The bite was crazy. Every drift one of them would hook up. They were doubled up a few times but just could not seem to pull it off. We landed several Reds though. We ran out of pigs and could not get a Red on the Pilchards we had. They did catch several Jacks. It was a fun morning with tons of action. Thanks Lu and Libby for fishing with attitude! It was nice meeting you two. Hope you liked the fresh Pompano.



Monday, 3/23/15 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Kane and Owen

rsz_gopr0069Kane and Owen fished with attitude today. They are 11 and 13, they live locally. Kane’s Dad dropped them off at the dock at 8 a.m. We went straight to catching bait for the morning. It took a few moves but we eventually got on the Pigfish. The tide was incoming all morning. After catching enough bait we went and fished them for Redfish. They were definitely chewing. On every drift, one of the boys were hooking up.  We landed a few, missed a few, and landed a few more. We decided to go do a little jigging but no luck. With the approaching storms we decided to do one last drift for Reds before we got rained out. Kane and Owen each hooked up and were in the middle of the battle when the rain began to come down with force. They both did a great job of getting their fish to the boat for the net. A quick picture and it was time to get back to the Inlet Marina.  Kane and Owen were really a joy to fish with. Great to see such young guys so stoked on fishing. Thank you!



Sunday, 3/22/15 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Henry and Melissa

rsz_1gopr0164Henry and Melissa from Tallahassee have fished with me once a couple of years back. They wanted to go offshore and what a perfect day it was to do just that. We met first thing this morning at the Inlet Marina which is part of the Sebastian Inlet State Park. Bait was not an issue. A couple of throws with the net and we had plenty of mullet and pilchards. Next stop was 19 miles out in 90ft. The bite was on! Red Snapper were tearing it up. They landed some nice ones. The AJ’s were also eating in full force.  We got a few of them as well. Henry also caught big Gag Grouper, to bad it was not season.

We decided to move in a bit to 80ft. It was a great call. We got a mix of Snappers, a nice Trigger and A solid Cobia which hit the flat line. Overall a great day! a lot of fun! felt great to get offshore and do some bottom fishing. Thanks Henry and Melissa for fish with me again. Hope to see you guys more in the future. Hope you enjoy all the fresh fish!


Saturday, 3/21/15 3 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Joe, Jedd, and Connor  trip#2

rsz_20150321_195218The Redfish bite has been so good that Joe, Jedd, and Connor wanted to do it again and catch more big fish. We met around 3 and tried for some Snook but no luck. The Snook were just not eating. Joe did catch one big Red. Once the tide switched and started to come in we made some drifts and were hooking up on almost every drift. I can’t say how many they caught I kind of lost track. It was a good bite though. Lots of big Redfish. We ran out of bait around 8 p.m. and it was time to go. Thanks again Joe for bringing Jedd and Connor out fishing with Attitude. It was a pleasure to meet and fish with you three.


Saturday, 3/21/15 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Mike, Jim, and Dave

rsz_gopr0149It was a beautiful morning. The tide was incoming till noon. We met and departed from the Inlet Marina. We went straight to jigging. The Ladyfish were thick, non-stop action! Next we went and caught some live baits. With the tide still incoming we tried for some Redfish. Mike missed his first hit. Then on the next drift Mike, Jim, and Dave all hooked up with big Redfish. It was a triple hook up and they did a great job of maneuvering, fighting, and landing all three. Once the tide switched to outgoing we went for the Snook but no luck. The Snook never did hit. It was a great day fishing with Mike, Jim, and Dave. Thanks guys for fishing with Attitude!



Friday, 3/20/15 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Joe, Jedd, and Connor

rsz_gopr0144The tide slacked around 5 p.m. and started to come in around 5:30 p.m. Joe, Jedd, and Connor are from Tallahassee , Fl. We went straight to drifting live baits. Joe and Jedd doubled up and landed nice Redfish on the second drift. The Redfish bite was on fire! Almost every drift one of them hooked up. Jedd and Connor doubled up and landed big Jacks. Joe had a hot hand, he was hooking up consistently. Connor ended up getting a nice Redfish a few drifts later. I actually lost count of how many Redfish they caught between the 3 of them. The storms were coming and we ran out of bait so it was time to go. Thanks Joe for fishing with Attitude. It was a pleasure fishing with you and your son Jedd and his friend Connor.  See you tomorrow!



Friday, 3/20/15 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Gerry, Willy, John and Gerry’s Mom

rsz_gopr0051It was another great day aboard the Attitude Adjustment. Gerry and her family met me in the morning at the Inlet marina. We started off the morning jigging in the Sebastian Inlet. Willy caught a nice Pompano that was about 4 lbs.. It was kind of slow jigging so we moved on to catching bait. Bait went pretty well.

We made our way back to the Sebastian Inlet and anchored up just as the tide was starting to slack. Once the tide started to move out, the Snook got active. We had some good hook ups. John caught a keeper Snook and Gerry and Willy caught Snook that were to big. We also had a few fish that came off. Overall it was a great, beautiful day. Thank you Gerry, John, Willy and Gerry’s Mom for fishing with me again. Hope you enjoyed the fresh fish!


Thursday, 3/19/15 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Ben, Nathan, and Kyle

rsz_gopr0041 (1)Ben, Nathan, and Kyle are from Ontario. It was another great day for the weather. We left the Inlet Marina at 8 a.m. and started off jigging the Sebastian Inlet. They caught a mix bag of Jacks and Ladyfish. Next we were off to catch our bait for the Snook. The tide started to go out around 11 a.m. Ben was first to hook up and land a nice Snook which was 32 inches and fat. Kyle got a keeper as well a few minutes later. They had a couple of pick ups but no solid hook ups. It was a fun day of fishing with perfect weather. Thanks Ben, Nathan, and Kyle for fishing with attitude. Hope you enjoy the fresh Snook.