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Saturday, 7/26/14 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Michael, Laura, David, and Sam

DCIM100GOPROAnother great day of weather. We went offshore to target the Red Snapper. The current was ripping pretty hard. It made bottom fishing very difficult. We had a couple of schools of Dolphin swim up too the boat. We managed to catch 7 of the 9. The best two were just about 10lbs, and the others were a little smaller. Laura also caught a Cobia that was just a bit short. With the bottom fishing being difficult we decided to come in and fish for the Snook. Sam missed one and Laura caught one. The Snook action was not as hot as it been all week. After about an hour we decided to call it a day and head to the dock. Thanks Michael and Laura, it is always a pleasure to fish with you two.



Friday, 7/25/14 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Steve and Logan,

DCIM100GOPROThe weather was perfect,  a little hot but calm and sunny. Steve and his Son Logan are from Orlando. Steve had been fishing in Port St. Lucie a few weeks ago and had a great day on the Snook. Well, when he told me about the day, I thought that I may be able to beat it. Because I think the best Snook fishing around is the Sebastian Inlet.

We met and departed from the Inlet Marina at 8 a.m. After yesterdays hard day of catching bait, we headed straight to the bait fishing . The Croakers were tough in the morning but around 11 a.m. they turned on or I just found them? We ended with about 30. At the Inlet it took about 30 minutes for the bite to turn on.  But when they did , oh boy! It was on! Steve and Logan did a great job of getting the Snook hooked up. They ended up 17 for 22. With a double hook up….hehehe!!!!!!!  but I wasn’t counting. Pretty good day.  Tough to beat that. Thanks Steve for giving me a chance to show you how good the Sebastian Inlet Snook fishing can be. It was fun fishing with you and Logan.


Thursday, 7/24/14 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Ryan and Sheeva,

DCIM100GOPRORyan  and Sheeva are from upstate N.Y.  We were going to go for Permit but with some storms coming from the south we decided to just go for the Snook. We had a really hard time finding the Croakers today. We tried to fish some pigfish but no luck. We were forced to go and find some Croakers. We managed to catch 13 or 14. With the storms right on us, we stuck it out. Ryan and Sheeva were troopers and it paid off. They each caught 2 nice Snook and had a few more hooked up that got off. We were out of bait, totally soaked, so it was time to call it quits. Thanks Ryan and Sheeva it was my pleasure fishing and meeting the both of you. Hope too fish with you two again in the future.


Wednesday, 7/23/14 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Mike and Mike,

DCIM100GOPROMike and his Son Mike are from upstate N.Y. Down here on Vacation they decided to test there skills with some Snook. Well the weather was perfect again. We met up at the Inlet Marina and went straight to catching some Croakers. Once the tide started to go out we went and made a few drifts for the Reds. Mike(Jr.) had the only hook up with a Red. He did a great job of setting the hook and landing that 24lb. Redfish .

The Reds quit showing themselves so we moved on to the Snook. The Bite was quite silly again. Mike(Sr.) must od caught 13 or 14 nice Snook and Mike(Jr.) got 8 or 9. It seemed like every couple of minutes one of them were hooked up. I think the biggest Snook of the day was 24lbs.  It was a great day of Snook fishing. Too bad it was not season because a lot of the fish we are catching would be in the keeper slot. Thanks again Mike and Mike, it really was a pleasure meeting and fishing with you two.


Tuesday, 7/22/14 7 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Jeff and his Son

DCIM100GOPROAnother great day of fishing and weather. The tide started to go out at 7:30 a.m. The Reds were not to active today. We only had one hit but missed the hook up. That was the only chance before the boat traffic was too much.

Croakers were not an issue. We caught a couple dozen in about 30 mins. With enough croakers to have some fun we went back to the Sebastian Inlet and fished. The Snook took a bit too get chewing, but when they did it was on fire. Jeff and his boy caught 9 or 10 big Snook plus had several misses. The biggest being 29lbs. They also caught a big Nurse Shark. Thanks Jeff for fishing with attitude, It was a pleasure to fish with you and your Son.


Monday, 7/21/14 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Barbara, Karen, Kim, and Donna,

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAAnother great day of fishing with great group of people. The weather was perfect as well. The tide was outgoing at 7 a.m. Redfish were there thick at the start of the tide. Kim hooked up and landed a nice 33lb. Redfish on the first drift. The next drift Donna landed a nice Redfish. We fished the Reds for another 2 hours but never hooked up again. We had a few hits but never got a hook in one.

We decided to go catch some croakers and go for the Snook. Bait was no problem. The Snook bite was going off! They were hooking up left and right. I think everyone landed at least two nice Snook. Barbara hooked up a couple of Goliaths and fought them for a awhile but never really had a chance with the size tackle we were using. For most of the trip the action was non stop.  Thanks Barbara, Karen, Kim, and Donna for fishing with Attitude. It was my pleasure to fish with all of you. Thanks again!


Saturday, 7/19/14 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Steve, Dan, Blake, Brett, and Karson

DCIM100GOPROSteve, Dan, Blake, Brett, and Karson are from Missouri. We left the Inlet Marina at 7 a.m. One throw of the cast net and we had plenty of pilchards for the day. We headed out to do some bottom fishing. The weather was perfect conditions. They caught some Sharks, a lot of Seabass, a couple of Dolphin, and a 40lb. Wahoo. We were just slow trolling to the next spot when the 6000 Baitrunner (20lb test) went off. Dan almost got spooled, but I backed down on the fish just in time to save it. It was close but we pulled it off. A great catch! Thanks guys for fishing with Attitude. It was fun!



Friday, 7/18/14 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Greg(Sr.), Eric, and Greg


DCIM100GOPROWith perfect weather and the whole day to find some fish we decided to go Snook fishing then go for some Permit. The Croakers were a little easier today in the morning. We manage to get a few. The Snook fishing was a little tricky for them because there were defiantly a few blown chances, Greg came through though landing two nice Snook. As the tide slowed down the bite stopped.

We made the run to the Permit. Once we started fishing, it was not long till Eric hooked up and landed a solid Permit, 22lbs.  Eric also hooked up the next fish as well which ended up 28lbs. The biggest of the day. Greg caught the next Permit which was a solid 20lbs.  The winds switched a bit and the bite shut down for about a hour. After getting set back up in the right spot we started hooking up again. Greg(Sr.) hooked up and landed his nice Permit whish I believe was about 24lbs.  Eric though had the hot hand, He finished the day off catching his third Permit whish was another biggie at 27lbs. It was a great day of weather and fishing with some really cool guys. It was a pleasure fishing and meeting these three. Hopefully we all can fish again in the future. Thanks again guys for fishing with Attitude!!!



Thursday, 7/17/14 1 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Greg(Sr.), Joyce, Eric, and Greg

Day #1

DCIM100GOPRO Tide is outgoing at 3 p.m. We decided to meet up and depart from the Inlet Marina at 1 p.m. The Plan was first to catch some bait then try for some Redfish, then finish off Snook fishing.  Bait was a little tough but we managed to get a couple of dozen pigs and croakers. Once the tide started to move out, the Reds showed up and started feeding on the crabs. Greg, Greg, and Eric each caught a nice Redfish. Eric’s was the biggest at 38lbs.

After the Reds we went to fish for some Snook. The Jacks were in there so thick we couldn’t keep them off our line. They ate most of our baits. We had a few Snook on but lost them. Greg(Sr.) was the only one to land a big Snook. After running out of Croakers it was time to head in. It was a great afternoon trip.




Wednesday, 7/16/14 1 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Phillip and Josh,

DCIM100GOPROThe weather was not the best today. We left the Inlet Marina at 12 p.m. and went to catch our bait for the Snook bite. We had no problems catching Croakers. We must of caught 40 in about 30 minutes. The tide switched to outgoing around 3 p.m. The storms came through and pushed us out of the water till about 5 p.m. Once we started fishing the bite was on! The baits were getting hammered as soon as they hit the bottom. Phil and Josh were hooking up left and right. The Jacks were thick, but when they could get through the Jacks and let it sit for a minute A Snook would pick it up. I think between the 2 of them they caught 5 Snook and about 20 Jacks, plus the missed ones.. Every bait got slammed! Thanks Phillip and Josh for sticking it out through the rain and the jealous low life’s on the pier. It was fun to see you guys setting the hook every couple of minutes till we ran out of bait.  Thanks again!