Snook and Redfish Sebastian Inlet, Florida. Rick and his son Albert fished with attitude today. The weather was a little windy and the ocean was a little choppy but still was fishable. The tides in the Sebastian Inlet are outgoing first thing in morning till about 9 a.m. and then outgoing again at 3 p.m. We started off fishing with some left over baits from the day before. We were hooking up non-stop with Redfish. No keeper Reds and no Snook but lots Redfish being caught. Albert who is only 10 yrs. was having a blast. He did a great job of reeling in theses strong fish. After awhile the tide slacked so we decided to go get more bait, then break until 2:30 p.m. for the next outgoing tide.
Once the tide started going out in the afternoon the bite got really good. It literally was nonstop again. Rick and Albert even caught keeper Snook as well, with a few oversize Snook and lots and lots of big Redfish. It was a great day of catching fish. It was very cool to see Rick and his boy Albert having a great time together. It is always great to see a kid so young with so much skill as a fisherman. Great job Rick! It was a pleasure having you two aboard the Attitude Adjustment. Hope you enjoy the fresh Snook. Thanks Again!