9 07, 2017

Mid-July fishing aboard the Attitude Adjustment

By | July 9th, 2017|Cobia, Day Trips, Jacks, King, Redfish, Snapper, Snook, Spanish Mackeral|0 Comments

Mid-July fishing aboard the Attitude Adjustment. June-July has been decent. We have had some cold water here and there. The bottom fishing has been hit and miss. Mangroves, Cobia, and Kingfish are what is most likely.  The Threadfins have been pretty thick up and down the beach. Around the Sebastian Inlet the fishing has been pretty good as well. The Snook are feeding and the Redfish are taking crabs on the outgoing. There have been some Tarpon, Sharks, and Jacks along the beaches around the schools of bait.

The weather has been extremely hot. There have been some afternoon thunderstorms but that is pretty normal for this time of year.

The Attitude Adjustment II is coming along nicely. Probably another month and she will be ready for trips. So let me know if your interested! Thanks again to each and everyone who continues to fish with Attitude.

30 09, 2016

End of September fishing around the Sebastian Inlet

By | September 30th, 2016|Day Trips, Jacks, Redfish, Spanish Mackeral|0 Comments

End of September fishing around the Sebastian Inlet.

The Mullet Run has been happening. It has been a little inconsistent. One day they are thick and then there are none for a few days. When the schools of mullet are around the Tarpon have been there.  There has also been a lot of Spanish Mackerel along the beaches. The Snook bite has been up and down, almost like they are full from the Mullet. Although if you put some time in you will catch a few. The Redfish bite has been good with a few slot size fish being caught. I would think that the fishing will get better over the next couple of weeks, hopefully the Mullet run will come to a end and the fish will get hungry again. The Mullet run is an amazing sight to see but as far as fishing it can be difficult when your one bait in a billion.

 

22 06, 2016

Sebastian Inlet fishing aboard the Attitude Adjustment

By | June 22nd, 2016|Bonita, Day Trips, Dolphin, Grouper, Jacks, Redfish, Snapper, Snook, Spanish Mackeral|0 Comments

Sebastian Inlet fishing aboard the Attitude Adjustment. The weather has changed a bit. The winds have picked up out of the east. The ocean is blown out and choppy. The moon was full on the 20th. The forecast says the weather is going to calm down before the weekend so hopefully we will get back to the flat summer conditions.

Offshore- Before the winds started the bottom fishing had slowed down a bit. We were still catching a few Snapper but just having to work a little harder. A few smaller Kingfish on surface baits. There also a few reports of Cobia around. If your lucky you might even get a Dolphin to swim up to the boat so always have a rod ready with a live bait hook.

Inshore- Along the beaches the Bonita are still going off on the glass minnows which are a lot of fun on light tackle. Also some nice Spanish Mackerel along the beaches. The Snook are spawning in the surf along the beach. The Croakers are close to the beach and work great for the Snook. Make sure to safely release the out of season Snook. Redfish and Jacks have shown back up inside the Sebastian Inlet.

Some highlights of last week, Mike catching a nice Dolphin that swam up to the boat while we were bottom fishing. Ryan and his son catching a big Goliath. Thanks to everyone who fished with Attitude the past week. Hope everyone had a memorable trip! Please if you read this and have a second, drop a comment! Thanks again!

21 05, 2016

Fishing aboard the Attitude Adjustment

By | May 21st, 2016|Day Trips, Grouper, Jacks, Redfish, Snook, Spanish Mackeral|0 Comments

Fishing aboard the Attitude Adjustment. The past two weeks the action has been a little slow. We have been managing to catch a few though. The Redfish and Jacks have been pretty steady. The Snook are a little lazy. The Moon has been full and with all the rain they have been letting tons of fresh water out of the St. Sebastian River. Hopefully the winds will lay sown and the bite will pick up as we get away from the full moon and summer begins. Thanks to everyone who has fished with Attitudefising the past two weeks.

8 05, 2016

Fishing with attitude around the Sebastian Inlet.

By | May 8th, 2016|Bluefish, Day Trips, Grouper, Jacks, Redfish, Snook, Spanish Mackeral|0 Comments

Fishing with attitude around the Sebastian Inlet. The first week of May produced some decent fish. The Snook bite was a little slow but we managed to catch a few and a handful of keepers. The Redfish bite is producing good numbers. They are all too big to keep though. The Jacks are thick as can be. We are catching plenty while fishing for Snook and Redfish. The Goliath grouper are taking over. They are bigger and hungrier this year. We are losing a fair amount of Snook to them. The laws really need to be changed so we can get rid of a few of these greedy oversized monsters. The winds have been blowing and the ocean has been pretty choppy. It is time to start thinking about Permit and running the beaches. Also Grouper is now open. The Mangrove bite should start picking up as well offshore. Thanks to everyone who fished with Attitude this past week.

14 10, 2015

An Attitude Adjustment with Snook and Redfish

By | October 14th, 2015|Day Trips, Redfish, Snook, Spanish Mackeral|1 Comment

An Attitude Adjustment with Snook and Redfish. Lorhetta, Penny, Sammy and Ben fished with attitude today. The weather was perfect, calm and sunny. The tide was incoming in the Sebastian Inlet till 11:30 a.m. We departed from the Inlet Marina at 9 a.m. We went and caught our Croakers for bait. There have been a some Spanish Mackerel just off the beaches. We chased them for a bit but they were kind of spooky and hard to get close enough to cast at. Ben did catch one nice one. Once the tide switched we got our spot and started fishing for Snook and Reds. Well the Redfish bite was pretty silly. Everyone caught several and 2 of them were keepers. Ben caught 3 big Snook, all too big. It was a great day of catching. Thanks Lorhetta, Penny, Sammy and Ben for fishing with attitude. Hope you enjoy the Redfish.

22 09, 2015

Sebastian Inlet Mullet run in full swing!

By | September 22nd, 2015|Day Trips, Jacks, Redfish, Snook, Spanish Mackeral|0 Comments

Sebastian Inlet Mullet run in full swing! Brian and Mark’s first time fishing with me. We started off this morning at 6:30 a.m. We went and caught some Croakers for the first hour. The weather was perfect with a light wind and plenty of sunshine. The tide in the Sebastian Inlet was outgoing all morning till about 12 p.m.

It took a few minutes before we caught our first fish but once we found the spot it was fish on or the next couple of hours. here first hook up was a double which was pretty cool because it was Dad and his Son catching fish together. Brian caught a Redfish and Mark caught a Snook. They caught a few more Reds and lots of Jacks. We decided to run the beach and look for Tarpon. The Mullet run is in full swing. There are Mullet everywhere. Not a lot of Tarpon on them but a few. We never did a Tarpon hit but caught a few Sharks and Jacks. Mark also had fun and caught a few Spanish Mackerel on light tackle with a silver spoon. We called it a day at 1 p.m. Thanks Brian and Mark, it was a pleasure to meet and fish with you.

23 07, 2015

Jacks and Spanish Mackerel aboard Attitude Adjustment

By | July 23rd, 2015|Day Trips, Jacks, Spanish Mackeral|1 Comment

Jacks and Spanish Mackerel aboard Attitude Adjustment. Kyle and Brandi are from Virginia. They were great to fish with. We left the Inlet Marina at 7 a.m. We tried for Snook but the water temp. is still in the low 70’s and the bite is not happening. We seen a few Redfish rolling but never had a good shot at one. We chased the Bonita and Spanish. We caught a few Spanish but never could get close enough to the Bonita. We the moved into the Inlet and caught lots of Jacks. Brandi caught the biggest one. We tried for the Goliath but never could get one to eat. Thanks Brandi and Kyle for fishing with attitude, it was a pleasure to meet and fish with you both. Thank again and hope to fish with you again next year.

6 04, 2015

Saturday, 4/04/15 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

By | April 6th, 2015|Bluefish, Day Trips, Jacks, Spanish Mackeral, Trips|0 Comments

Paul, Patty, and Paulie

rsz_gopr0053Paul, Patty, and Paulie have fished with me before. They are from N.Y. The weather was perfect with a light west wind. We decided to go offshore to the 60ft. stuff and slow troll some live baits. I cast netted a lot of Pilchards in the river. Once we got offshore we put lines out. It was not on fire by any means.

We did have 3 knock downs and landed 3 nice Mackerel. After that we came back inshore and the action with the Sharks, Bluefish and Jacks was non-stop. We never did land a Spinner Shark but had a few on for a few minutes. It was a fun productive morning with a lot of action. Thanks guys for coming fishing with me again. Hopefully we will see you again next year.

 

6 04, 2015

Friday 4/03/15 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

By | April 6th, 2015|Bluefish, Day Trips, Jacks, Spanish Mackeral|0 Comments

Pete, Mark, and Dan

Pete and his Sons Mark and Dan. The weather was perfect. The ocean was flat calm with a light west wind. The tide in the Sebastian Inlet is incoming most of morning. Switching to outgoing around 10 a.m. We started off getting a few live baits. We fished the live baits and caught a couple of Jacks. There was a lot of Spanish Mackerel tearing up the surface. We switched to jigs and had a lot of fun catching them. It was a great morning of weather and fishing. It was a pleasure to meet and fish with Pete, Mark, and Dan. Thanks guys for fishing with Attitude.