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Sebastian Inlet Area

(12/26)
The weather should be warm and dry through the weekend with 10-15mph. winds. Seas 3 to 4 ft. It should be a nice weekend for fishing. Offshore will be questionable unless you like it rough? Still getting good Snapper reports from the bottom fisherman. Inshore the fishing has been rather slow the past few days. There is still some good size Pompano being caught behind the inlet. You just have to work a little harder. The Flounder bite is slowing down as well. There has been Bluefish around the mouth of the Inlet. Try the incoming tides. Have a safe and Happy New Year!!! - Capt Eric - www.attitudefishing.com

Sebastian Inlet Area

(12/18)
Hey Capt. Eric here, looks the weather should be good this weekend. The winds should be light out of the west. Seas 3-4ft. all ground swell. It looks like a good weekend to forget about your Christmas shopping and get offshore. The offshore Snapper Reports are really good from this past week. Try the 90ft. range. The water temperature has been warming up with all the warm weather we have been having. INSHORE- The Flounder bite has been slow, but the occasional fish. The Flounder are feeding on the end and beginning of the tides. We caught a nice 4lb. fish today and I lost a few fish that were solid. The Pompano have been on the flats behind the Inlet as well. Lots of ladyfish, Jacks, and small Trout. Remember Snook season is closed. Merry Christmas! - Capt Eric - www.attitudefishing.com

Sebastian Inlet Area

(12/12)
Hey this is Capt. Eric here, wishing everyone a Merry Christmas! Inshore- The river has been producing some Pompano, look for fish jumping in your boat wakes. The beach fishing has also been good for the Pompano. The Inlet Snook bite has slowed way down since the water temps have fallen. Big monster Redfish have been pretty easy to catch. The Flounder run this year has not been quite as good as in the past, but there are still some nice fish being caught. Offshore-If you can get out, try the bottom around 75ft.-90ft. for Snapper and Grouper. There has been some really good reports of Snapper being caught. The surface has been kind of hit or miss with the occasional Dolphin next to the weed lines. Seas will be to big this weekend to fish so best bet will be around the Inlet for Flounder and Snook. Remember Snook season is closing on the 15th. - Capt Eric - www.attitudefishing.com

Sebastian Inlet Area

(10/24)
Hey this Capt. Eric. The winds have been blowing non-stop for days. Offshore is blown out and looks like seas will remain to big to fish through the weekend. There were some good reports of Dolphin and Blackfin Tuna in 500ft. before the winds started to blow. Inshore-The Inlet Snook bite has been red hot at night. A lot of Snook are over the limit, but with enough time you will get your keeper. Tarpon have also been in the mouth of the Inlet at night on your outgoing tide, people are using Thunder Bait's 1 1/2 oz. buck tails. Also it is time for the Flounder to start biting, so don't miss the biggie fish run, which usually happens some time between now and Thanksgiving. - Capt Eric - www.attitudefishing.com

Sebastian Inlet Area

(10/10)
Hey Capt. Eric here, The weather should hold out through the weekend. Winds picking up on sunday afternoon. Water is a little dirty from all the rain the past few days. The tide is high in the early a.m. hours. Inside the Inlet the tide is going to switch to outgoing around 9 a.m. Saturday morning. Mullet run is still in effect. Snook fishing has been good. Live baits (pigs & croakers) during the day. Buck tails at night from the rocks and shoreline or live bait. There has been a lot of Jacks feeding in the mullet schools, always fun for a fight. Offshore- Some reports of Dolphin and Wahoo being caught on the days you can get out. The seas are going to build after Sunday in to early next week. So get off the couch and go fish!!! - Capt Eric - www.attitudefishing.com

Sebastian Inlet Area

(10/03)
Hey this is Capt. Eric here. The weather has been changing. Fall is here. Look for Redfish to be starting to school up on the flats. There has been a lot of smaller Snook in the mangroves. Snook season is here and in full swing. The Inlet right now is loaded with Snook and is producing good numbers of slot-size fish. 28" - 32". The mullet run is still happening. Look for Jacks and Snook exploding on the schools of mullet near and in the inlet. For some great Pictures of recent catches or to book your Snook trip check out attitudefishing.com - Capt Eric - www.attitudefishing.com

Sebastian Inlet Area

(09/12)
Inshore- The water is still high and dirty. It is starting to clean up. The winds have just been relentless. The Mullet run is happening and the fall bite is on. There are pods everywhere. All we need is some calm weather and the fishing should be great. We have been catching our fair share of Snook and Reds at night inside the inlet. Pins and Pigs have been day to day. Offshore- With the strong winds and waves not much fishing happening offshore. A few Genuine snapper caught last weekend and should be time for the Dolphin to make there fall run. Wahoo as well should be showing up as well. If you can get out, Go for it! Capt. Eric Metcalf attitudefishing.com - Capt Eric - www.attitudefishing.com

Sebastian Inlet Area

(08/30)
Inshore- The river water is dirty. There is still major water run off from the St.John's river. The tides have been really long on the outgoing. Fishing in the river has been fair if you can handle the smell. There has been a lot of schools of Ladyfish. There has been a lot of Schools of Mullet in the Inlet. Some smaller slot size schools of Redfish off of the north jetty. A few Tarpon have been spotted around the Inlet as well. Snook season opens on the 1st. Offshore- The conditions have been pretty good for the past week if you got away from the inlets. There has been reports of Cobia around the 100ft. and some smaller Snapper in 60ft. stuff. With Tropical Storm Hanna bearing down, the seas are going to pick up in the next few days making it impossible to get offshore. - Capt Eric - www.attitudefishing.com

Sebastian Inlet Area

(07/08)
Inshore- well the weather is still as hot as can be. The river fishing is slow. If you are going to fish the flats you better get out there before light. The Inlet has some action to offer. Redfish have been still hanging out and feeding on crabs or live baits. Snook are hammering on the outgoing tides, remember season is closed. Offshore- The water is still pretty dirty and the fishing has been slow offshore as well. The Kingfish bite is still good. Try the 90ft. stuff. A few small schooly Dolphin still being reported. A few people have been finding Cobia as well. The greenies are tougher to find but are still near the beaches. Be sure to check out www.attitudefishing.com for some latest fishing pictures aboard Attitude Adjustment. - Capt Eric - www.attitudefishing.com

Sebastian Inlet Area

(06/30)
Inshore- Redfish are still inside the inlet with the outgoing tides. Try top water plugs or a live crab. There are rumors of Permit being caught near the Inlet. The bait pods of Thread fins (greenies) have been a little tougher to find. The beach fishing can be good this time of year, look for the bait! Offshore- Kingfish and Barracudas are easily available around the 90ft. bars. The bottom is still a little cold. Just a few reports of Grouper over the weekend. Best bet is to stick with the surface and live baits. Attitudefishing.com - Capt Eric - www.attitudefishing.com
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