Mangrove, Lane, Red, and Mutton Snapper. Dave and Jenny
Redfish, Jacks, Snapper, and Trigger aboard Attitude Adjustment. Brian, Eric, and Connor first time fishing with Attitude. We started off catching Croakers. The tide in the Inlet was outgoing till 9 a.m. We started fishing around 10 a.m. and started hooking up left and right with Jacks and a few Reds. We a few double ups and even a triple. We tried for Snook but never had a hit. We went back to the Reds and Jacks but never had another hit.
We went for a ride down the beach and never seen any action. We stopped at a few rocks and did some Snapper fishing. We caught about a dozen Lane Snapper and even a nice Trigger. They were able to take home some fresh fish. Brian, Eric, and Connor thanks for fishing with Attitude. It was a pleasure to meet and fish with the three of you. Hope to fish with you again in the future.
Offshore bottom fishing charter aboard the Attitude Adjustment. Pat, Mike, Don, and Tom had a great day of fishing. We departed from the Inlet Marina at 7 a.m. The weather was a little windy, creating a little chop on the ocean. We cast netted Pilchards and caught some Pinfish before heading offshore.
We caught a couple of Kingfish, 3 Dolphin, a Mangrove Snapper, few Red Snapper, Bonita, Trigger, SeaBass, lots of Jacks, and a Monster Mutton Snapper. Tom did a great job of getting that Mutton up. It was a action packed day and a lot of fun fishing with Pat, Mike, Don, and Tom. Thanks guys for fishing with Attitude, It was a pleasure to fish with you all. Hope you enjoy the fresh fish.
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.
Henry and Melissa
Henry 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!
The weather was nice and I needed to get out on the ocean. I did some jigging on the 65ft. bottom and caught some Triggers and Seabass. I had a lot of fun and came home with some fresh fish for dinner. Can’t wait for Spring! I have been booking up for Spring so make sure to reserve your dates!
Chipper and I
The weather was foggy in the morning. Once it cleared up it was a perfect day. The ocean was completely flat. We fished a few different depths and spots. We started off in 60 ft and caught a couple of Red Snapper. Then moved out deeper. We came across a turtle that had a short cobia on it and Manta Ray that had 2 short cobia. No keepers, well the manta went down after the first cast so maybe it had more fish. On the last spot we stopped, I was marking Cobia big time, but could not bring them up for nothing and could not get them to hit. I even had two hard head Croakers. I heard of a few nice Cobia being caught from other boats. So pretty sure that we had under us just couldn’t produce. Some days just aren’t your day!