Sebastian Inlet Pompano and Snook. Happy Holidays to everyone. Hope everyone has a great Christmas. I had a wonderful Christmas. The fishing is pretty good if you can get a break in the weather. Catch and release but the Snook bite is still on. The Pompano bite seems to have gotten pretty productive as well the past few days. The weather has been pretty windy so not to many boats getting offshore. Lots of small Jacks in the Sebastian Inlet. I just want to say to everyone who has fished with me this past year, THANK YOU!!! I really appreciate your support and helping me live a dream. I wish you a happy New Year! and I promise to continue to work hard and keep Attitudefishing on top of the game in 2017. Thanks again for a great year!!!!!!!
Sebastian Inlet Snook, Redfish, and Pompano. Mark and Paul.
Snook, Redfish, Jacks and rough weather. David, Deanna, and Charles.
Snook, Ladyfish, and Jacks Sebastian Inlet. Charlie and Marissa.
Bill, Rob, and Matt are from upstate N.Y. We met up and departed from the Inlet Marina at 8 a.m. this morning. The tide in the Sebastian Inlet was incoming from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. The morning started off pretty windy but laid down in the afternoon. Bait was nearly impossible today. Bill hooked up the first Redfish but it broke off. Matt Hooked up next with a big Redfish and landed it. It weighed 28lbs.
In the middle of fishing a boat broke down and I had to save him from getting washed into the rocks. We towed him to safety which took about 30 mins. Once we returned to fishing the Redfish bite had stopped. So much for the good deed karma. We switched to fishing for Jacks and everyone caught a few good size fish. It was great fishing with Bill, Rob, and Matt. Thanks guys for fishing attitude!
Lu and Libby
Lu 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.
Mike, Jim, and Dave
It 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!
Ryan, Dillon, and D.
The afternoon was full of action. We fished the end of outgoing tide and the beginning of the incoming. The tide switched around 3 p.m. The weather was a little rainy but did not steer us away from fishing. Dillon caught a nice Pompano first thing. After that they all caught a fair share of Jacks, Blues, and Ladyfish. It was a good afternoon fishing with some good people. Thanks guys it was a pleasure to meet and fish with you.
Rich, Josh, and Jack
Three Generations, Rich, Josh, and Jack. We met in the morning at the Inlet Marina. It was a cold morning. The winds were blowing pretty good. We started off Snook fishing. It was really rough and the waves that were coming through made it really difficult. (check out the wave in the picture) Josh managed to catch a nice Redfish. Other than that the Bluefish were just killing our baits. Once the tide switched we headed to the back of the Sebastian Inlet and started to jig with the Swim jigs. They caught plenty of Jacks, Bluefish, and Ladyfish. Rich was on fire with the hot hand and caught 3 decent Pompano. Josh caught a Spanish Mackerel as well. The weather was tough and chilly but we made the best of it and caught some quality fish. Thanks Rich and Josh it was fun to meeting and fishing with you. Hope everyone enjoyed the Pompano. Hopefully we will fish again in the future. Happy Holidays!
Happy Thanksgiving!!! Hope everyone had a great day! Carl is from North Carolina and fished with me back in June. We got into some Redfish on topwater. The weather was sunny but the winds were blowing pretty hard from the north. We went straight to Snook fishing. Carl caught one Snook that was a nice Keeper and had a couple other bites but no luck. After the tide slacked and started to come in we move inside and started jigging, We caught lots of Jacks, Ladyfish. and Carl caught a nice Pompano. We decided to call it a morning around 12 p.m. and headed back to the Marina. Thanks again Carl for fishing with me. Again it was a pleasure! See you next summer when your back getting married. Happy Holidays!