Wednesday, 7-16-08 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.

July 16, 2008
Capt. Eric

Sans, Tom, and Joel

Snook We met up at the Sebastian Inlet boat ramp in the morning. The tide was incoming early and switched around 10:30. With the early storms approaching we decided to stick close to the inlet. The water temp. is still cold, and the bait situation is tough. The greenies were hard to find but we managed to get a dozen and a half. Croakers were there and we caught about two dozen.
When the tide switched to outgoing, we moved to the inlet and set anchor. The Snook were going off! It is that time of year, if you put a croaker down he is going to hit pretty quick. Well it took a few misses until they got the hang of it. Sans landed the first Snook. Tom caught the second Snook. It took Joel the longest to catch one but once he got one he was on fire after that. He ended up catching the most Snook with four fat one’s. We were close to running out of bait, with the storms building from the west and getting close it was time to call it a day. It was a great trip, everyone caught good size Snook. Thanks again Sans for letting me take you and your friends fishing.


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