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Sebastian Inlet Inshore

(06/24)
The beaches are calm. Glass minnows are starting to show up near the beach. Bonita are feeding, a few Tarpon have been spotted. Bait pods of greenies are around as well. Lots of action. Redfish have been showing themselves in the inlet, feeeding on crabs, topwater action! - Capt Eric - www.attitudefishing.com

Sebastian Inlet Offshore

(06/24)
The bottom is slow, the cold water is in. The surface has been chilly as well. Kingfish and Barracuda are plentiful around Bethel Ledge. A few scattered Dolphin. Good number of Sailfish out of Fort Pierce. A fair number of Cobia being caught, look for the leatherback turtles and Sharks. - Capt Eric - www.attitudefishing.com

Sebastian Inlet Inshore

(06/16)
The weather has been really calm every morning. If you are going to try the flats then make it early. The tide is incoming in the morning. Outgoing in the late morning and into the afternoon. The greenies are still holding right outside the inlet and there have been kings and Bonita around the bait pods. Some Reds on the outgoing in the inlet. Look for the crabs on the grass. - Capt Eric - www.attitudefishing.com

Sebastian Inlet Offshore

(06/16)
The bottom fishing is a little slow. Dolphin are still hit or miss. There were a few nice Dolphin caught over the weekend. Reports of Cobia being caught. Some fish have been traveling with the Bull Sharks and Turtles. If you want Kings try the beaches or live baiting the 90ft. ledge. - Capt Eric - www.attitudefishing.com

Sebastian Inlet Area

(06/11)
INSHORE- It has been really hot. The water temp. is warm. On the flats, try the first hour of light. After that you might have to try docks or some deeper water. There are still reports of good size trout being caught first thing in the morning. There also has been some pompano. Report of a few Permit and Cobia roaming outside the inlet.

OFFSHORE- Kinfish are still everywhere. Baitpods are close to the inlet. Slow troll some live ones. The Dolphin are hit or miss, most of the fish are small. The weather should be nice for the rest of the week and in to the weekend. So there is always a chance of catching the big one! Bottom reoprts are good. decent number of Snapper. - Capt Eric - www.attitudefishing.com

Sebastian Inlet Area

(06/05)
Inshore- Well summer is here. The weather has been calm and hot. Good size Trout have been reported in the early morning on the east side shoreline. The greenies have been thick around the Inlet. Snook season is closed. The Snook are feeding during the days, they have been moving out to the beaches. With summer here it is time to run the beaches. Kingfish, Bonita, Spanish Mackeral and Jacks for now. Soon the Tarpon will arrive.

Offshore- The Dolphin run is on the down side. One or two fish a day on Ballyhoo, kind of slow. The fish are moving closer in. I caught some Dolphin at 90ft. this week. The bottom has been pretty active at 90ft. Some good size Mangrove Snapper. Kingfish have been anywhere from the beach out to 60ft. - Capt Eric - www.attitudefishing.com

Sebastian Inlet Area

(05/11)
OFFSHORE- West wind have everything blown out to sea. Weeds and Rips werehard to find this weekend. Dolphin are few and far between. A couple of nice fish caught. At the S.I.S.A tournament the biggest Dolphin 41lb. and only one Wahoo was weighed in 33lbs. The bait is on the beach and Kingfish are mixed in. It is all happening close to the Inlet. Attitude Adjustment had a good half day with 10 Kings. biggest 24 lbs. and a few in the mid teens. 

Inshore- Thw water temp is rising and the fish are active. Trout bite is good, a lot of small fish and the Redfish can be a little tricky to find. Try some unused docks on the east side. The Inlet tide is outgoing in the morning this week. Best chances for your daytime Snook will be right at sunrise. Small boats can get to the kings right now, especially with this west wind. That can be fun. - Capt Eric - www.attitudefishing.com

Sebastian Inlet Area

(05/02)
Offshore- The winds have not stopped. It's gonna be blown out this weekend. It should lay down on Monday. If you can get out start looking for weeds in 120ft. plus. Try rigging some Ballyhoo's(nakeds are my favorites) There were some good reports of some nice big Dolphin last weekend. It was rough though.

Inshore and Sebastian Inlet- The Inlet has been active. The tide is should be slack and switching from incoming to outgoing around 8:30 p.m. If you want to catch Bluefish, Ladyfish, Jacks, and Spanish Mackeral then get down there now. You can't miss! Lots of Greenies moving through on the incoming tides. The Snook bite has been fickle. Hit or Miss! Last week the pins were hard to find. I have started catching a few this week. The Redfish and Trout have been active in the flats. Live Shrimp is always the best for Trout. - Capt Eric - www.attitudefishing.com

Sebastian Inlet Area

(04/22)
INSHORE- The river has been producing good numbers of Trout and Redfish in the shallower water. Try the east shorelines north of the Inlet. The Inlet has been fun. The night fishing was really good before the full moon. It has been slow the past few nights, but look for that to change. The tide is incoming in the mornings and the evenings. Slack should be around 1 p.m.

OFFSHORE- Good numbers of good size Dolphin being caught this past weekend. The seas are suppose to jump up the next couple of days and then lay down for the weekend so get out there and find them. Look for the weedlines, starting in 120 ft. - Capt Eric - www.attitudefishing.com

Sebastian Inlet Area

(04/16)
OFFSHORE- The Dolphin are here. Last weekend was awesome. Lots of big Dolphin. I had reports of 3 or 4 fish in the 60lbs. range and lots of fish in the 20lb to 40lb range. If the winds lay down as predicted then this might be another great weekend to get offshore. There are few Wahoo as well being caught.

INSHORE- With this last front and the strong winds. Fishing might be a little slow and the water may be a little dirty for a day or two. Once it cleans up look for some Trout on the flats. There have been a lot of smaller fish. There is always a chance that Redfish will be around. The inlet has been slow during the days. The evening has plenty of over sized Reds and a Snook here and there. Fishing is getting good. Everything is starting to happen. - Capt Eric - www.attitudefishing.com
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