3 days and 1 night of catching Snook and Redfish. Angelo, David, April, and Annie fish have fished with me a few times in the past. They like to only Snook fish. With Snook season open they were here to catch some keepers. We fished a double on Wednesday, and half days on Thursday and Friday. The weather was nice all 3 days. We had no problems with catching bait. On Wednesday they caught there 4 keepers. Thursday and Friday they caught 2 keepers each day, plus a keeper Redfish. They caught lots and lots of big Snook and lots of big Redfish. Plus there share of Jacks. It was a great 3 days of fishing. Thanks Angelo, David, April, and Annie for fishing with attitude for 3 days. I greatly appreciate the business. I always enjoy fishing with you all.
Buddy and Mandy Snook fished with Attitude the last two days around the Sebastian Inlet. The weather was perfect. The tide is incoming till about noon. No luck fishing the tip of the Jetty but instead we caught a few big Snook on the flats. It has been a total blast sight fishing these monsters. The first day we went 3 for 9 and the 2nd day we went 1 for 2. The Snook that Buddy caught today was on 8lb. test with 40lb. leader on a super light rod.
We also fished tonight and Buddy caught two nice Snook. Thanks Buddy and Mandy for coming all the way to Sebastian just to Snook fish with me. Hope you guys had fun and thanks again.
Joe, Jedd, and Connor
The tide slacked around 5 p.m. and started to come in around 5:30 p.m. Joe, Jedd, and Connor are from Tallahassee , Fl. We went straight to drifting live baits. Joe and Jedd doubled up and landed nice Redfish on the second drift. The Redfish bite was on fire! Almost every drift one of them hooked up. Jedd and Connor doubled up and landed big Jacks. Joe had a hot hand, he was hooking up consistently. Connor ended up getting a nice Redfish a few drifts later. I actually lost count of how many Redfish they caught between the 3 of them. The storms were coming and we ran out of bait so it was time to go. Thanks Joe for fishing with Attitude. It was a pleasure fishing with you and your son Jedd and his friend Connor. See you tomorrow!
Ted and Ted
There were a few storms in the area in the afternoon. We had to wait till 3 p.m. to depart from the Inlet Marina. The tide in the Sebastian Inlet was incoming to 5 p.m. The fishing was a little slow before the switch. We did catch a couple of Blues. Once the tide switched Ted(father) caught a perfect 27″ keeper Red. They also caught lots of Jacks, a small Snook, more Blues, and Ted(son) caught a nice Keeper Red that we released. With the sun setting and it getting dark it was time to call it quits and head back to the marina. Thanks again Ted and Ted for fishing with me again. It was good to see you guys again. Hope you enjoy the fresh fish!
Stacy, Frank, and Al
The plan was to try the Snook fishing at the end of the outgoing tide. Well we had some good pins and pigs, but we had no luck with the Snook. Never even a hit. Once the tide switched to incoming Stacy and her Dad(Al) caught a couple of Redfish. We decided to call it a night shortly after the Reds. Hopefully we will get them next time. Thanks Frank, Al, and Stacy.
Buddy, Angelo, Alex, Mandy, Annie, and Gina
Buddy has been fishing with me before. All he wants to do is catch Snook. This time he brought his wife Mandy, Angelo and his wife Annie, Alex and his wife Gina. They booked three full days and two night trips. Well, we caught fish on all of the trips. The day time Snook bite was pretty good for the 3 days. The bite was happening during the incoming tide. The night time bite was at the end of the outgoing tide. On Tuesday night the bite was exceptional. We limited out in less than an hour, 3 nice keepers. All together I think they managed to catch 5 keeper Snook, countless big Snook(biggest 27lbs. Alex), a few Reds, and a few Jacks in the 3 days. It was a lot of fun fishing with everyone, what a great group. Thanks Buddy, Angelo, Alex, Mandy, Annie, and Gina for spending 3 days fishing with me. I definitely appreciate it. I Hope you all had a great time, I know I did. Thanks again!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Dave and Pops
Snook season is closed, that don’t mean you can’t fish for them. Bait was not problem. The weather was not so good but we made the best of it and still put a few fish on the boat. Probably the fattest Snook that I have seen in a few years. It was 27lbs. on the boga grip. Plus a few nice big Reds.