Baugh fishes the beaches and the inlet about three or more times per week.
Jack Crevalle are popular near the Sebastian Inlet. They are closely related to pompano and amberjack. Many anglers say they are good fighting fish, an experience nothing you’ve seen before.
As far as eating, anglers say they aren’t the best, but you have to really prepare them to cook. Other anglers say there is no food value from the jack crevalle.
Sheepshead fish live around the Sebastian Inlet and piers and hang out near mangroves and reefs. Many anglers we speak with love eating sheepshead and describe them as being delicious, moist, and mouthwatering.
The pompano is probably one of the best-tasting fish to eat. Some anglers even refer to them as one of the planet’s most edible fish. These fish have no scales, so you cook them with the skin.
They offer a sweet taste; you can bake, grill, broil, or pan-fry. The meat is firm and goes well with butter, salt, and pepper.
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