Tuesday, 10/21/14 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.


DCIM100GOPROGary lives in Vero Beach and has fished with me before. The weather was nice, the winds were calm with a little overcast to keep it cool. We departed from the Inlet Marina at 9 a.m. Luckily, I caught a couple of dozen baits yesterday for today. The bait situation was tough today. The tide switched to outgoing around 10 a.m. Once the tide switched the bite was on.

Gary hooked up right away and caught a nice Snook that was about 34inches. The second and third Snook came shortly after. The bite slowed down a bit, but Gary still landed a couple of n ice Redfish and a big Jack before it was time to head in. It was a great day and fun fishing. Thanks Gary for your support and I will you see you in a couple of weeks. Thanks again!!



Monday, 10/20/14 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Dave and I

DCIM100GOPROWow, what a day! It was on fire! Dave is a good friend of mine and we have fished together a lot in the past. I always enjoy taking him fishing and putting the schooling on him. The weather was perfect. We met up at the Inlet Marina in the morning and went straight to catching some bait. The tide was incoming in the Sebastian Inlet till about 10 a.m. We set up and started fishing. Caught a few Redfish before the Snook started to bite. Lets just say for the next hour it was on fire. As quick as you could get a bait out it was getting picked up and fish on! We caught our two Keeper Snook, Released a keeper Snook, a few Snook that over,  and about 8 big Bull Redfish. It was pretty fun. I needed a good day of Snook fishing and now I get to eat some Snook Tacos!!!!


Monday, 10/13/14 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Brian, Ryan, and Jennifer

DCIM100GOPROBrian and His kids Ryan and Jennifer are from Georgia. The weather was really windy, the ocean was blown out and the fishing was tough.  We tried a few different things but our best luck was in the Sebastian Inlet where Ryan and Jennifer caught some Jacks. Thank you Brian for bringing your kids fishing with me. Besides the winds It was still fun fishing with you, Ryan and Jennifer. Hopefully next time we get better weather and catch a lot more species. Thanks again!



Saturday, 10/11/14 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Pete and Kristen

DCIM100GOPROPete and his wife Kristen are from Cleveland, Ohio. This was there first trip out with me. The weather was nice. The Spanish Mackerel and Bonita were super thick just about a mile off the beach.  They are feeding on the glass minnow schools. Pete and Kristen had a blast catching Spanish and Bonita on almost every cast. They had tons of action. We also tried the Sebastian Inlet for some Snook and Redfish but no luck. Kristen did manage to catch a nice Mangrove Snapper.  We finished the trip catching a few more Bonita and Spanish. Thanks Pete and Kristen for fishing with me, it was a pleasure to meet and fish with you. Hope to fish with you two again in the future.




Friday, 10/10/14 11 p.m. to 3 p.m.


DCIM100GOPROThe weather was a little windy.  The Ocean is a little choppy. The tide was incoming in the morning and the tide switched at 11:30 a.m. Henry had fished with me in the past. We left the Inlet Marina around 11 a.m. We had some finger Mullet for bait and fished around the Sebastian Inlet. Henry caught a handful of Jacks, a nice 28″ Redfish,and A big Bluefish.  We were only out for a couple of hours and had some decent action. Thanks Henry it was a fun afternoon fishing with you.




Sunday, 10/05/14 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Tom and Robyn

DCIM100GOPROThe mullet run was still happening. The outgoing tide was in the morning. The water is still dirty from all the fresh water they released from the Sebastian River. We decided to just fish for some Reds. We had no problem getting finger Mullet. Tom works for the Inlet Marina and his wife Robyn wanted to go fishing. Once we anchored up, it did not take long before Robyn hooked up and landed a nice 27″ Redfish which we photographed and released. Tom was hooked up with a nice Red as well at the same time but lost it close to he boat. Tom caught a small Goliath a little later. They also caught some Jacks. It was a quick fun trip.



Saturday, 10/04/14 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Art and Sam

DCIM100GOPROArt and his son Sam live in Melbourne Beach. The weather was nice. A little cloudy but the winds were light offshore. We met and departed from the Inlet Marina first thing in the morning. We went to the Inlet and fished for a bit. We just caught some Jacks and Bluefish. We decided to run the beach and search for the Tarpon. There were some schools of Pogies, they had a few fish on them.

We kept moving south till we found a good size school of Mullet. There were some Tarpon on them along with some Sharks and Bluefish. Art and Sam caught a couple of Blues, had a Tarpon pick up the bait drop it and hooked up and landed a solid Kingfish which weighed 42lbs. We finished our trip back at the Sebastian Inlet, where Sam caught a keeper Redfish. The bite was a little slow and it was getting late so we decided to call it a day. Art and Sam it was nice meeting and fishing with you. Thank you again for fishing with Attitude!



Thursday, 10/02/14 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.


DCIM100GOPROJohn is from North Carolina. He was down here doing a job, since it was his birthday and always wanting to catch a Tarpon he decided to do a fishing trip. With the Mullet run in full force, he could not have picked a better time. We met up at the Inlet Marina in the morning. We headed south of the Sebastian Inlet in search of the silver king. We found a few in a small schools and had a couple of hook ups with a couple of jumps. Also a lot of sharks just taking our tackle.

The Tarpon disappeared and it was time continue our search. Well good thing we kept moving down the beach. Because about another 3 miles south and we came across a huge school of Mullet with hundreds of Tarpon. We stayed with them for about an hour or so jumping and losing a few more until finally John got a hook to stick. It was a awesome sight, the Tarpon jumped with in a few feet of the boat right when John hooked up. Then it when on a huge long fast run. It eventually jumped a couple more times and with the hook still in place I knew there was a good chance that we had this one. After 30 minutes of fighting the fish finally came to the boat. We took some great pics and safely released it. John , it was a true pleasure to meet and fish with you.  Thanks again for fishing with me. Hopefully we will do it again in the future. Happy Birthday!



Wednesday, 10/01/14 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Ted and Ted

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAThere were a few storms in the area in the afternoon. We had to wait till 3 p.m. to depart from the Inlet Marina. The tide in the Sebastian Inlet was incoming to 5 p.m. The fishing was a little slow before the switch. We did catch a couple of Blues. Once the tide switched Ted(father) caught a perfect 27″ keeper Red. They also caught lots of Jacks, a small Snook, more Blues, and Ted(son) caught a nice Keeper Red that we released. With the sun setting and it getting dark it was time to call it quits and head back to the marina. Thanks again Ted and Ted for fishing with me again. It was good to see you guys again. Hope you enjoy the fresh fish!



Wednesday, 10/01/14 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Brian and Betsy

DCIM100GOPROBrian and Betsy live in Jacksonville. They were camping at the Sebastian Inlet and wanted to try the fishing. The Mullet run is in full force. We fished the tip of the south jetty and caught some Reds, Jacks, and even a nice 6lb. Flounder.

Once the tide slacked and started to come in we decided to run the beach and search for the Tarpon. It did not take long and we found a huge school of Mullet getting hammered by lots of Tarpon and Sharks. We had a few hook ups before Betsy got one to stick on the hook. She did a great job of fighting and eventually an hour later landing it. We took some pictures and then safely released it. Thanks Brian and Betsy for fishing with Attitude.  It was fun fishing and meeting you both.