18 11, 2014

Sunday, 11/16/14 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.

By | November 18th, 2014|Day Trips, Jacks, Redfish, Spanish Mackeral|0 Comments

Brad, Joey, and John

DCIM100GOPROBrad used to live locally and fish with me occasionally until he moved to North Carolina a couple of years ago. He was back in town for his son David’s wedding(congrats David) and wanted to take his grandson’s John and Joey fishing for the day. Well the weather was perfect, The tide was incoming.  We started off the afternoon drifting the Sebastian Inlet catching a few Jacks. The Snook were marking up big time so we anchored up and fished for a bit. John hooked up and landed a big Red.

We decided to run the beach to the Spanish Mackerel. Joey and John had a blast catching the Spanish. Again, almost every cast was a hook up. Great action for the boys. Great to see kids get so excited about fishing, one of the times that I truly love my job. With a cooler full of Spanish we went back to the Inlet for the last hour before dark. The Snook were still there marking thick but no luck. We were catching Jacks one after another though. With it getting dark and no baits left we headed in. Thanks Brad for thinking of me and bringing your grandkids fishing. It was great to see you again. Take care and enjoy your winter in the mountains.



18 11, 2014

Sunday, 11/16/14 7 a.m. to 12 p.m.

By | November 18th, 2014|Bluefish, Day Trips, Jacks, Spanish Mackeral|0 Comments

Mike, Laura, Ken, and Chrissy

DCIM100GOPROThe weather was beautiful. The Snook and Red fishing was really slow. The tide in the Sebastian Inlet was outgoing till 11 a.m. We fished for the Snook and Reds first then decided to give up and run the beach in search of the Spanish Mackerel. We found the Spanish and Bluefish were mixed in. We spent about an hour casting spoons and small jigs on light tackle. We must of caught a couple of dozen of each, Bluefish and Spanish. Pretty much every cast they hooked up. After a cooler full of fish we spent the last hour trying for the Snook and Reds again but still no luck. It was still a great day on the water. You just can’t beat this weather for mid November. Thanks again Mike, Laura, Ken, and Chrissy for fishing with me. It is always a good time.


21 10, 2014

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

By | October 21st, 2014|Bluefish, Bonita, Day Trips, Spanish Mackeral|0 Comments

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.



25 08, 2014

Sunday, 8/24/14 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.

By | August 25th, 2014|Bonita, Snook, Spanish Mackeral|2 Comments

James, Andrew, Rain, and Marissa

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERABrothers, James and Andrew and there girlfriends Rain and Marissa are from Orlando. They wanted to catch some Snook. We left the Marina and went out in the ocean. The schools of Bonita and Spanish were out there. They were feeding on the glass minnows. We chased them for an hour and Andrew caught a nice Bonita and a Spanish.  It was tough to get them to hit.

Next stop was to get our Snook bait. After an hour of catching bait we set up at the Sebastian Inlet and started fishing. It was not long before Rain put the first Snook on the boat. Andrew caught the next Snook and a few minutes after that caught a nice Red. Everyone ended up having a few hook ups and landing at least one nice Snook. Rain caught the biggest which was 23lbs. It was a great day with beautiful weather cool people. Thanks James, Rain, Andrew, and Marissa for coming fishing. It was pleasure to meet all of you. Hopefully we will all fish together again in the future.


25 08, 2014

Saturday, 8/23/14 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

By | August 25th, 2014|Snook, Spanish Mackeral|0 Comments

Tony, Sean, and Jake

DCIM100GOPROThe weather was perfect. Tony and Sean work together and Jake is Sean’s son. We left from the Inlet Marina around 8a.m.  We played with the Bonita for a bit but no hook ups. We ran the beaches to the south and found nothing but a school of Spanish. Tony caught one and missed a few.

With the tide getting ready to go out it was time to get to the Sebastian Inlet and get a spot on the Snook. The bite was really slow for awhile. Finally it picked up a bit and we had a few hook ups. Sean got to catch a couple of nice Snook. Thanks Tony and Sean for a fun day it was a pleasure to fish with you two and Jake.

17 08, 2014

Saturday, 8/16/14 7 a.m. to 12 p.m.

By | August 17th, 2014|Bonita, Day Trips, Jacks, Spanish Mackeral|0 Comments

Brandon, Marshall, and Marshall

DCIM100GOPROThe weather has been pretty nice in the mornings. Storms in the afternoon. We met up and left from the Inlet Marina at 7 a.m. The tide was outgoing till 10 a.m. we went straight to the Bonita that feeding on the glass minnows. Brandon hooked up on the first cast and Marshall and Marshall caught one as well.

After the Bonita got a little spooky we went and caught a few Croakers.  The Snook have been a little more on the beach under the schools of Glass Minnows. There are also some Tarpon, Spanish, and Jacks on them. We had a few Snook on but Marshall was the only one who landed a Snook. They did catch enough Spanish for a good dinner though. It was a great morning fishing with good people. Thanks Brandon, Marshall, and Marshall for fishing with me on the Attitude Adjustment.


1 05, 2014

Wednesday, 4-30-14 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

By | May 1st, 2014|Bonita, Day Trips, Redfish, Snook, Spanish Mackeral|0 Comments

Jesse and Joe

photoThe fishing has been a little slow the past week. The weather was a little windy from the south but the sun was out. Jesse and Joe have fished with before. The tide in the Sebastian Inlet was set to start out around 12 p.m. We had no problem finding the pigs. Still no Croakers. While catching bait Jesse also caught a big Bonita and Joe got a mice size Spanish. With plenty of bait we headed for the inlet. Once we got anchored up it was not long before we started getting hits. Jesse landed a couple of nice Reds and Joe caught a nice Snook. Plus a few lost ones. After the bite slowed down we went inside and the big Reds were feeding on the crabs. We already had some crabs and stared fishing.  The Reds kept coming up and missing the crabs. Jesse had one on for a few but lost it. Then after a few more drifts Joe had a taker. Joe did a great job of putting a hook in its lip. Once Joe landed it, the Red was 36lbs. It was a good day of fishing. Glad to see the bite back on. Thanks again Jesse and Joe for fishing with Attitude!

25 04, 2014

Thursday, 4-24-14 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.

By | April 25th, 2014|Day Trips, Spanish Mackeral|0 Comments

John and John

Sorry no pictures from today. The weather was perfect but the fishing was a little slow. No bait to be found for the Snook and No Redfish popping in the Sebastian Inlet. However, plenty of big Spanish Mackerel and a few Bonita. We got on some of the Spanish they caught 4 that were atleast 5 or 6 lbs. solid fish. We also lost a handful at the boat. Plus 1 too a shark, which was worth it for the show. We chased a couple of schools of big Jacks for awhile but could not get a strike. It was a still a great day on the water with some good guys. Thanks again John and John for fishing with Attitude.

15 04, 2014

Monday, 4-14-14 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

By | April 15th, 2014|Day Trips, Snook, Spanish Mackeral, Trips|0 Comments

Karen, Charlie, Jack, and Dad

DCIM100GOPROThe weather was nice today. The winds laid down enough to do some Snook fishing. A little rain in the afternoon but nothing to extreme. We went straight to bait fishing. We caught about 2 dozen croakers in an hour. The tide was incoming till 11 a.m. We jigged for a bit while waiting for the outgoing tide. Not much luck with the jigs. There were just a couple of Redfish that we seen. We had one hooked up for a minute and it came off.  We never did get another shot at a Red. We headed out and tried for some Snook. Charlie did a great job and got one to stay on the hook and landed a 21lb. Snook. The bite was not to hot. But we did miss a few other chances. It was 3 p.m. and time to head in so they could make it north to watch the rocket. Thanks again guys for fishing with attitude.

6 04, 2014

Thursday, 4-03-14 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

By | April 6th, 2014|Day Trips, Jacks, Snook, Spanish Mackeral|0 Comments

Tom, Bettie, and Lou,

DCIM100GOPROTom, Bettie, and Lou are from N.Y. The weather was perfect again. Bait fishing was not an issue. Croakers were plentiful. After catching bait we had some time kill waiting for the tide to switch. They had some fun with some Jacks and Spanish. One the tide slacked we decided to go and get anchored up. The Snook bite was on it was a pretty good bite.  They ended with one keeper and a few oversize and a big Red. Before heading in we stopped and made a few drifts for the Bull Reds. Tom caught a nice one on the surface with a crab. Another great trip aboard the Attitude Adjustment! Thanks Tom, Bettie, and Lou for fishing with me. hope you enjoyed your Snook.