Tuesday, 4-15-14 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Peter and Emily

DCIM100GOPROThe weather today was really windy out of the S.W. The tide in the Sebastian Inlet was incoming till 11:30 a.m. Bait was hard to get. luckily I had a few left from yesterday. Peter hooked up instantly with a nice Redfish. Peter and Emily each lost a Snook. With it being a little bumpy Emily asked to move inside and fish for the Reds. After a bunch of drifts we got our opportunity and Emily got a big Red hooked up. She did a great job fighting it to the boat, 34 lbs. on the Boga Grip. Thanks again Peter and Emily for going for it when the weather was questionable. Hope we can fish together again in future.

Monday, 4-14-14 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Karen, Charlie, Jack, and Dad

DCIM100GOPROThe weather was nice today. The winds laid down enough to do some Snook fishing. A little rain in the afternoon but nothing to extreme. We went straight to bait fishing. We caught about 2 dozen croakers in an hour. The tide was incoming till 11 a.m. We jigged for a bit while waiting for the outgoing tide. Not much luck with the jigs. There were just a couple of Redfish that we seen. We had one hooked up for a minute and it came off.  We never did get another shot at a Red. We headed out and tried for some Snook. Charlie did a great job and got one to stay on the hook and landed a 21lb. Snook. The bite was not to hot. But we did miss a few other chances. It was 3 p.m. and time to head in so they could make it north to watch the rocket. Thanks again guys for fishing with attitude.

Friday, 4-11-14 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Brian, Bill, and Evan

DCIM100GOPROThe weather was not the best, a little rain and lots of wind out of the S.E. The tide in the Sebastian Inlet was outgoing all afternoon. No Redfish but the Pompano bite was still productive. Evan who is Brian’s son caught the biggest which was 5 lbs. They ended the trip with 3 decent Pompano. They also stayed busy with the Ladyfish. Thanks again Brian, Bill, and Evan.

Friday, 4-11-14 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Tom, Oliver, Jerry, and John

DCIM100GOPROThe conditions in the ocean were very rough. We decided to try our luck inside with some jigging for Pompano. Oliver picked up on how to work the swim jig very quickly. He caught most of the Pompano. We ended the trip with 5 nice Pomps and a small Triple Tail. There were lots of Lady fish in the Sebastian Inlet as well. Thanks Tom, Oliver, Jerry, and John for fishing with Attitude. Hopefully well see you next year.

Monday, 4-07-14 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Mark and Jeff



Saturday, 4-5-14 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.



Friday, 4-04-14 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Brandon and Rochelle,

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThe weather has been great this week. The fishing has been good as well. Brandon and Rochelle are from the west coast of Florida. Brandon was really amping to catch a Sebastian Inlet bull Red. Well I talked him into doing some Snook fishing first, then we would go for the Red. Lets just say that he had a great day. His biggest Snook was a 26lb. and Rochelle got a biggie as well. After that we went in and gave the Reds a shot. Well we worked hard to get one finally hooked up. Brandon did a great job and landed a Bull Red that weighed 40lbs. on the dot, what a monster. I have never seen someone so stoked! It was pretty cool that he got it in the last few minutes. We were  just getting ready to call it a day. Thanks a lot Brandon and Rochelle for fishing with Attitude it was a pleasure to meet you two. Hopefully we will fish again in the future.

Thursday, 4-03-14 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Tom, Bettie, and Lou,

DCIM100GOPROTom, Bettie, and Lou are from N.Y. The weather was perfect again. Bait fishing was not an issue. Croakers were plentiful. After catching bait we had some time kill waiting for the tide to switch. They had some fun with some Jacks and Spanish. One the tide slacked we decided to go and get anchored up. The Snook bite was on it was a pretty good bite.  They ended with one keeper and a few oversize and a big Red. Before heading in we stopped and made a few drifts for the Bull Reds. Tom caught a nice one on the surface with a crab. Another great trip aboard the Attitude Adjustment! Thanks Tom, Bettie, and Lou for fishing with me. hope you enjoyed your Snook.


Wednesday, 4-02-14 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

David, Jessica, and Bonnie,

DCIM100GOPRODavid, Jessica, and Bonnie are from Georgia. The weather was great. We left the Inlet Marina around 10 a.m. and headed out to catch our bait for the Snook. We we caught plenty of croakers in a short time so decided to go and look for some rays. We found a few, the first two had nothing then the third had a fish on it. We threw a cobia jig at it a few times and it wouldn’t even take a look. So I tossed a croaker over and was hooked up instantly. Handed off to Jessica and she laded the Cobia. It was just short by a half of inch. We continued to look and found another Ray about 100 yards away and this one had a keeper swimming with it. Again the Croaker was the ticket. Bonnie landed this one which was 35 inches and dinner.

After the Cobia fishing it was time to try for Snook. Jessica caught one which was a to big to keep.  They had to be back at the dock at 3 p.m. so it was time to go. Thanks again Dave, Jessica, and Bonnie for fishing with Attitude and I hope you enjoyed the fresh fish.

Tuesday, 4-01-14 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

John and Kay,

DCIM100GOPROJohn and Kay are from N.Y. and do a lot of fishing up there. They had a lot of pictures and stories of King Salmon. We went Snook fishing and the bite was good. They both were hooking up left and right. Then it slowed down a bit and Kay hooked up with a monster Goliath Grouper. She was hooked up on 20lb gear with a 300lb. Grouper. She did a great job bringing the fish to the boat 4 times in 30 mins. before the line finally gave out. It was a shame, but I surprised that she had it on that long. She was a trooper never giving up and putting max pressure on the fish. Thanks again John and Kay it a pleasure to have you aboard the Attitude Adjustment. Hopefully we can fish together next year.