23 03, 2015

Monday, 3/23/15 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.

By | March 23rd, 2015|Day Trips, Redfish, Spanish Mackeral|2 Comments

Kane and Owen

rsz_gopr0069Kane and Owen fished with attitude today. They are 11 and 13, they live locally. Kane’s Dad dropped them off at the dock at 8 a.m. We went straight to catching bait for the morning. It took a few moves but we eventually got on the Pigfish. The tide was incoming all morning. After catching enough bait we went and fished them for Redfish. They were definitely chewing. On every drift, one of the boys were hooking up.  We landed a few, missed a few, and landed a few more. We decided to go do a little jigging but no luck. With the approaching storms we decided to do one last drift for Reds before we got rained out. Kane and Owen each hooked up and were in the middle of the battle when the rain began to come down with force. They both did a great job of getting their fish to the boat for the net. A quick picture and it was time to get back to the Inlet Marina.  Kane and Owen were really a joy to fish with. Great to see such young guys so stoked on fishing. Thank you!


4 03, 2015

Tuesday, 3/03/15 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

By | March 4th, 2015|Bluefish, Day Trips, Jacks, Redfish, Sheepshead, Spanish Mackeral|0 Comments

Tim, John, and Bob

rsz_g0120143Tim and John came from Idaho and New Mexico. Bob lives locally in Indialantic. The weather was perfect today with no winds and lots of sunshine. The water temp. is warming up as well it was 73 degrees. We started off the day fishing the flats but no luck there. Next we went and caught some bait. That was not easy we had to really work for our bait. After catching enough bait we anchored up for the last hour of outgoing tide and fished for Sheepshead. They caught a couple and lost a couple. It was not a great bite.

Once the tide switched to incoming we fished our live baits. Tim was on fire! He hooked up first and landed a nice Redfish which was 27lbs. Then he caught the second Red as well which was 31 lbs.  Next hook up was a double, John with a big Jack and Tim hooked into a big 33lb Redfish. John also caught a 33lb Red on the next drift. The sun was setting and it was getting time to go a couple of last drifts resulted in Tim hooking up again and landing another nice Redfish. Like I said he was on fire! It was a perfect day on the water. Thanks Tim, John, and Bob it was a pleasure to meet and fish with you. Hopefully we will do it again in the future.



31 12, 2014

Tuesday, 12/30/14 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.

By | December 31st, 2014|Day Trips, Jacks, SeaBass, Snapper, Spanish Mackeral|0 Comments


DCIM100GOPROThe fishing today was good. We caught a lot of fish. Mike met me this morning at the Inlet Marina and we headed offshore for the day. On the first drop he caught a nice Mutton Snapper. After that we caught a lot of Red Snapper, a few Lane Snapper, A big Sheephead, a couple of Spanish Mackerel, a few of Amberjacks,  a few Seabasss, and loss a few big fish that I think were Grouper. The weather was perfect for most of the day. The winds picked up around 3 p.m. and we had long ride in. It was a great day fishing with Mike. Thanks again Mike for all your support. Hope you enjoy the fresh fish.


28 12, 2014

Saturday, 12/27/14 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.

By | December 28th, 2014|Bluefish, Day Trips, Jacks, Redfish, Spanish Mackeral|0 Comments

Stuart, Shawn, and Slade



28 12, 2014

Saturday, 12/27/14 7 a.m. to 12 p.m.

By | December 28th, 2014|Bluefish, Day Trips, Jacks, Spanish Mackeral|0 Comments

Tom and Jeff

DCIM100GOPROThe fishing this morning was good. Tom and his brother Jeff caught a lot of Blues and Jacks. Jeff caught a nice Redfish and Tom caught a big Shark. The Sebastian Inlet tide was outgoing till about 9 a.m. The weather this morning was calm, warm, sunny, and perfect. Thanks Tom for taking a day off and bringing your brother Jeff fishing with me. It was pleasure fishing with the both of you. Happy New Year!

27 12, 2014

Friday, 12/26/14 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.

By | December 27th, 2014|Bluefish, Day Trips, Jacks, Redfish, Spanish Mackeral|0 Comments

Barbara, Kim, and Pete

DCIM100GOPROThe action was non-stop today. We started off at the Sebastian Inlet soaking some live baits for Redfish. Kim hooked up and landed a nice Redfish. Pete had one on but lost it. The tide switched to incoming around 9 a.m. and it was time to switch to jigging. Barbara, Kim, and Pete caught lots Jacks, Bluefish, Spanish, and a Pompano. The weather was a little overcast and it felt great. We ended and headed back to the Inlet Marina at 12:30 p.m. Thanks Barbara, Kim, and Pete for fishing with attitude again. Happy Holidays!


24 12, 2014

Tuesday, 12/23/14 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

By | December 24th, 2014|Bluefish, Day Trips, Jacks, Redfish, Spanish Mackeral|0 Comments

Russ and Garrett

DCIM100GOPRORuss and Garrett have fished with a few times in the past. Garrett is from Atlanta and his Father Russ lives here in Melbourne Beach. Like the past 2 weeks the weather was perfect today. We departed from the Inlet Marina. We started off jigging around the Sebastian Inlet. We caught lots of Blues and Jacks, plus a couple of Spanish Mackerel. No Pompano.

After lots of jigging,  we went and caught bait for the outgoing tide. The tide switched at 12 p.m. The Redfish bite started around 1 p.m. Garett hooked up and landed his Redfish first which was 24lbs. Russ caught the next and biggest which was 32 lbs. The Blues were so thick it was really hard to get past them in order to get a Redfish bite. Garrett caught 2 more Reds before we ran out of bait. Thanks Russ and Garrett for fishing with Attitude again, it was a lot of fun. Merry Christmas!


23 12, 2014

Monday, 12/22/14 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

By | December 23rd, 2014|Bluefish, Pompano, Redfish, Spanish Mackeral|0 Comments

Deb, J.P., and Aizlynn

DCIM100GOPRODeb, J.P., and Aizlynn are from Pennsylvania. They are in town for the holidays. J.P. is 8 yrs. old and is the fisherman of the family. His parents wanted to put him on some fish. We started of jigging around the Sebastian Inlet. He caught some Blues, Jacks, and 1 nice Pompano. The weather was perfect, with a outgoing tide starting around 11:30 a.m.

After jigging we caught some Croakers and pigfish. Once the tide stared to go out we fished for the Redfish. The Blues were so thick that they were tearing up our baits before the Reds had a chance. With some patience and a lot of baits J.P. was able to get a Redfish hooked up. It was a biggie, he did a great job with a little assistance from his sister Aizlynn. The Redfish was 31 lbs. Great job J.P. Thanks Deb, J.P. and Aizlynn for fishing with Attitude. It was a pleasure meeting all of you. Hope you enjoy the Pictures. Merry Christmas!

29 11, 2014

Friday, 11/28/14 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.

By | November 29th, 2014|Bluefish, Day Trips, Jacks, Lady fish, Pompano, Redfish, Spanish Mackeral|0 Comments

Rich, Josh, and Jack

DCIM100GOPROThree 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!

29 11, 2014

Thursday, 11/27/14 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.

By | November 29th, 2014|Day Trips, Jacks, Lady fish, Pompano, Snook, Spanish Mackeral|0 Comments


1486625_10204682746002292_7198788909973582139_nHappy 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!