Sebastian Inlet to Eau Gallie Fishing Report: January 2014

Last January the flounder bite was better in January than earlier because the colder temps pushed them in Sebastian Inlet. This winter has been similar to last year so anglers should expect the flounder to be moving around the same time. Fish with live finger mullet on a short 20lb leader and a sliding sinker just heavy enough to keep the bait on the bottom. Fish near the channel edges or on the edges of the rocks along the shoreline on the north and south sides of the inlet. Anglers wanting to jig for flounder can use a 1/2oz to 3/4oz bucktail or soft plastic bait with a paddle tail with a filet of mullet or pinfish. Jig the sandy bottom in the inlet to pick up good numbers of flounder in January. Dec 30th, 2014

Sebastian Inlet to Eau Gallie Fishing Forecast: Sept. 2014

September 1 starts snook season and there is no better place in the state to catch snook then Sebastian Inlet. Anglers fishing in boats and shore bound anglers can fish both the north and south jetties day and night. Daytime outgoing tide is good to fish the tips of both jetties with live pinfish, pigfish, mojarra and croakers.Aug 25th, 2014

Sebastian to Eau Gallie Fishing Report: August 2014

August is a fantastic month to fish Sebastian to Melbourne. The bait pods are on the beach and the mullet run should start mid-end of August and bring tarpon, sharks and a number of other species up in the surf all along the space coast beaches and should fire up the trout, reds and snook inshore and in the creeks.Jul 30th, 2014

Sebastian Inlet to Eau Gallie Report: July 2014

Sebastian Inlet is a great place to fish in July. Snook and redfish are spawning and the jacks are chewing anything they can get a hold of. We like to fish live bait along the jetties as well as drift the inlet day or night for great action throughout the entire month. A live pinfish rigged on a 5/0 VMC circle hook and 50lb fluoro leader will do the trick during the month.Jun 29th, 2014

Sebastian Inlet to Eau Gallie Fishing Report: June 2014

The winds and cold fronts have continued through May and hopefully we will finally get some calm weather like we are used to in June.Jun 1st, 2014

Sebastian Inlet to Eau Gallie Causeway Fishing Report: May 2014

We had another long winter and the winds are still blowing in the middle of April. There is some bait around outside the inlet and we have seen and caught some tarpon already. If we can just get rid of the cold fronts and let that bait stay around, the action will be consistent and this is the month it will happen. The big jack crevalle, little tunny (bonito) and tarpon should be roaming the beaches. The snook and some redfish bite at the jetty has started a little early and will continue through the month of May with good catches in the evening and daytime on live pinfish rigged on a 5/0 VMC Circle hook and 50lb leader. Night time anglers have been getting some snook and reds on bucktails in the evening. May 1st, 2014

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