23 04, 2015

Bottom fishing offshore Sebastian Inlet

By | April 23rd, 2015|Cobia, Day Trips, SeaBass, Snapper, Trigger|0 Comments

John, Gay, Steve, and MaeBeth

Went bottom fishing offshore Sebastian Inlet with John, Gay, Steve, and MaeBeth. We went out in John and Gay’s Edgewater, a beautiful boat.  The ocea was slightly choppy in the morning. There were a few storms around which we got stuck in. With the constant switching of wind directions making anchoring on a spot nearly impossible We had a tough time catching anything.

Once the storms moved through and things calmed down we moved to a new area where we were able to get on some nice fish. John caught a nice Grouper. Gay caught her first grouper. Steve caught a decent Trigger.  MaeBeth caught a good Cobia and everyone caught a handful of Red Snapper and Small Amberjack. It ended up being a great day of fishing with a great group. Thanks again John for letting me Captain your boat and believing in my fishing skills. I am always grateful.

2 04, 2015

Wednesday, 4/01/15 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

By | April 2nd, 2015|Bluefish, Cobia, Day Trips|0 Comments

Keith, Jerry, and Gene

rsz_gopr0002 (1)The weather was perfect again. It was a beautiful day to be on the water. We met in the morning at Inlet Marina. It was pretty foggy but quickly cleared up. Bait fishing was really difficult. We did hook up and land a keeper Cobia while we were bait fishing. We jigged for a bit but no luck. We also fished for Snook and also no luck. We decided to call it quits around 2 p.m. Thanks guys for fishing with Attitude, it was a pleasure meeting and fishing with you. Hope the Cobia was delicious.

23 03, 2015

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

By | March 23rd, 2015|Cobia, Day Trips, Jacks, SeaBass, Snapper, Trigger|2 Comments

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!

13 03, 2015

Monday 3/09/15 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

By | March 13th, 2015|Cobia|0 Comments

rsz_g0170371The Cobia are showing up. Found some Rays in the afternoon. A perfect birthday!

27 07, 2014

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

By | July 27th, 2014|Cobia, Day Trips, Dolphin, Jacks, Snook|0 Comments

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.


9 07, 2014

Tuesday, 7/8/14 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.

By | July 9th, 2014|Bonita, Cobia, Day Trips, Dolphin, SeaBass, Snapper, Trips|0 Comments

Roy and Eli,

DCIM100GOPRORoy and his Son Eli met up with me at the Inlet Marina, part of Sebastian Inlet State Park. They wanted to go offshore and try some bottom fishing. We had a tuff time getting bait but eventually caught enough to head out. We went straight to 80ft. and with in a few minutes Eli had a nice 18lb. Bull Dolphin. He did a great job of fighting that fish to the boat. Roy caught a 9 lb Mangrove Snapper. We had a lot of Cobia coming up to the boat, mostly smaller fish but we did manage to get a keeper. They also caught a few Bonita and a bunch of sharks, a few Seabass, and of course a few missed good fish. The trip was a lot of fun and plenty of action in the morning and early afternoon. Thanks Roy and Eli for fishing with Attitude. It was a pleasure meeting and fishing with you guys.

26 04, 2014

Saturday, 4-26-14 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.

By | April 26th, 2014|Cobia, Day Trips, King, Snapper|0 Comments

Jeff and Bruce

DCIM100GOPROThe weather has just been perfect for the past few days. Jeff and Bruce from Ohio fished with me last year. Today we headed offshore. We stopped on the inside bar and slow trolled some live bait and caught our limit of kings.  Next we headed further out to the 90ft bar. It was a little slow out there, but managed too pull up a nice Red Snapper and a Cobia that was just bit short. We also had a few big fish on that we never seen. Overall,  a great day on the water with a couple of cool guys. Thanks again Bruce and Jeff for fishing with Attitude!!!

6 04, 2014

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

By | April 6th, 2014|Cobia, Day Trips, Snook|0 Comments

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.

7 03, 2014

Saturday, 3-01-14 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

By | March 7th, 2014|Cobia, Day Trips, Snook, Spanish Mackeral|0 Comments

Sherman and Bob,

DCIM100GOPROSherman and Bob had a great day aboard the Attitude Adjustment. The conditions were not perfect  but they were troopers and we had a lot of luck. We went to bait fish for pigs and next thing you know the Rays start popping up. It was amazing one mile from Sebastian Inlet and  we were in Rays… Cobia!  Well we chased them for 2 hrs. Bob caught a nice 32lb. Cobia. There were a lot of rays but not many fish on them.

We decided to let the rays be and go Snooking. Good thing we did because Sherman and Bob put a hurting on them. 2 keepers plus several Biggies. Great day of fishing with 2 good guys. Thanks Sherman and Bob! It was a pleasure. Hope you enjoyed the fresh fish.




25 02, 2014

Sunday, 2-23-12 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

By | February 25th, 2014|Bonita, Cobia, Day Trips|0 Comments

Chipper, Chris, and I

DCIM100GOPROThe weather was perfect out of Sebastian Inlet. We were going bottom fishing, then at the last moment we decided to go and search for Cobia. We came across lots bait pods, mostly greenies. We found a big huge school of Tarpon. We couldn’t get hooked up  but Chris managed to get a nice Cobia out of the bunch of Tarpon. Just never know what is going to happen.  Caught a lot of sharks and few Bonita the rest of the day.