The baitfish we saw last week near the Sebastian Inlet has disappeared, but the fish are still biting in Sebastian, Florida.
Anglers are catching Spanish mackerel, small snook, and redfish on the incoming tide. In addition, bluefish and jacks have been seen near the beach area of the North Jetty, which is still closed due to recent hurricane damage. You can use silver spoons as bait.
The South Jetty is where most of the action has been seen, and it’s open. People are catching small snook, redfish, and seatrout, (incoming tide) but a lack of flounder due to dirty water, according to “Snookman” Wayne Landry.
A few people caught some pompano using sand fleas at the South Jetty’s tip, where the water isn’t dirty, Landry said. On the outgoing tide, anglers are catching jacks, blue runners, small margates, and spottail pinfish on cut shrimp.
The catwalks on both sides are closed.
Due to the water temperature, the surf areas on both sides of the Sebastian Inlet are quiet this week due to the colder water temperature. Even so, some people are catching small bluefish and jacks.
Angler Mark Martin told Sebastian Daily they are catching fish in and behind the Inlet.
We are about to publish a weather report for the weekend. So far, the weather looks great.
If you plan to do some fishing, let us know how you did and the tackle you used by sending us an email. We love to receive your fishing pictures too!