Sebastian Inlet Fishing Last Weekend: Snook, Redfish, and Pompano

Corbin Koenig caught a large snook at the Sebastian Inlet.
Corbin Koenig caught a large snook at the Sebastian Inlet.

The fish are still biting at the Sebastian Inlet. Several people reporting snook, red fish, and pompano.

The seas have been windy for a few days, but it didn’t stop these people from fishing.

Tyler Wright caught this large snook at the Sebastian Inlet.

Tyler Wright
Tyler Wright

Wright used a Penn Slammer 360 spinning reel on a 7′ fast action G. Loomis rod. The line was a 15-pound diamond braid with a 40-pound Seaguar Fluorocarbon Leader. The lure was a black and green bucktail.

A couple of guys who call themselves “The Shark Boys” caught a large redfish and a snook.

They used a pink and yellow Flair Hawk jig, seen in the last photo. The photos were provided by our friends at the CastWithUs website. Check them out for fishing info and tips.

The Shark Boys
The Shark Boys
The Shark Boys
The Shark Boys
Pink and Yellow Flair Hawk
Pink and Yellow Flair Hawk

“Just the jig with nothing attached to it,” they told Sebastian Daily.

Pete Vickonoff was at the Sebastian Inlet early in the morning and caught this snook.

Pete Vickonoff caught a nice snook.
Pete Vickonoff caught a nice snook.

Vickonoff used a 6-inch SpoolTek lure with a 7’6 Star Rod using a Penn Spinfisher reel.


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