Sebastian to Eau Gallie Causeway Inshore Report: April 2014

The action in Sebastian Inlet has been good for several months with a lot of pompano, jacks, bluefish and mackerel. The action in the inlet is good with the jacks, reds and snook eating well at night on live bait and jigs. The snook bite on live bait at the jetty has been hit or miss during the day, with some slot size snook caught on shrimp and pinfish. The pompano bite has slowed down but you can still find a few good fish moving through the inlet and along the beaches near the inlet. Bonito and big schools of jacks will be roaming the beaches close to the inlet and provide a lot of fun for anglers. With more bait in the lagoon and the clean water, the trout and redfish have been easier to target. Black Point, Mullet Creek, Snag Harbor and Hog Point are all good areas to target trout, reds and snook. Look for schools of bait roaming the shorelines and work those areas. Also target the drop offs around the spoil islands and any flats with grass. The topwater action will improve for the species mentioned above as well as jacks and ladyfish also which are fun to catch on light tackle. Mar 24th, 2014

Sebastian to Eau Gallie Forecast: March 2014

The water has warmed considerably over the last two weeks. The bite is still strong in the inlet and just outside the inlet for bluefish, Spanish mackerel and Jack crevalle, however, the bite for pompano has slowed down a bit.Feb 25th, 2014

Sebastian Inlet Fishing Report: 2/21/14

The water has warmed considerably over the last two weeks. The bite is still strong in the inlet and just outside the inlet for Bluefish, Spanish Mackerel and Jack Crevalle and the bite for Pompano has slowed down a bit. Feb 21st, 2014

Sebastian to Eau Gallie Inshore Report: Feb 2014

The nighttime redfish and tarpon fishing at Sebastian Inlet continues to be strong after the cold fronts. Feb 2nd, 2014

Sebastian Inlet Fishing Report: Jan 22, 2014

The bite is still on with the warmer weather. We have been fishing Sebastian Inlet and the beaches catching several different species on Goofy jigs and bucktails as well as some live shrimp from Native Tackle.Jan 22nd, 2014

Sebastian Fishing Report: 1/20/2014

I did a little bit of scouting today in the Grant area as well as Sebastian Inlet and the Sebastian River. It started out cold and very windy, but the wind died down mid afternoon and it was just cold.Jan 20th, 2014

Sebastian Inlet to Eau Gallie Forecast: Jan 2014

It’s the time of the year for flounder fishing at Sebastian Inlet. There have been some good fish caught in December, but we have only had a few mild fronts and big numbers of fish haven’t moved through the inlet yet this winter.Dec 27th, 2013

Longpoint Park to Beachline Inshore Report: Dec 2013

We had a warmer than average November but the water temps are cooling off. With the cooler temps in December means we get some cleaner water. The cooler temps also help the flounder bite around the spoil Islands and mangroves from Grant through Micco. Nov 25th, 2013

Longpoint Park to Beachline Inshore: Oct 2013

The Mullet run is in full swing and the mullet are starting to move into the Indian River and Banana River Lagoons. With the mullet, come the bluefish, Spanish mackerel and Jack crevalle in big numbers. Sep 26th, 2013

Snook Fishing Sebastian Inlet

The mullet run will help all aspects of fishing both inside and outside Sebastian Inlet. The brightest spot I see in the fishing future is snook. Although the snook population took a hard hit during the freezes of 2010, numbers of snook showed a marked increase in the Sebastian area this summer.Aug 26th, 2013