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Today' s forecast calls for sunny skies with a high near 84. The winds will be out of the south-southwest around 5 to 10 mph becoming easterly in the afternoon. Throughout the weekend, daytime temperatures remain in the mid-80s with east-southeasterly winds at 10-15 mph. The marine forecast calls for 2 to 3 foot seas and a light chop on the intracoastal.
Sarah from the Sebastian Inlet Bait & Tackle shop reports some sheepshead, snapper, and an occasional flounder coming over the rails. A few snook are still getting hooked up on the outgoing tide. According to Sarah the luckiest anglers are using shrimp, Bombers and Buckheads at the start of the outgoing tide and at night.
Our featured angler today is jetty-veteran, Rangelo Soriano. Rangelo hooked his C/R snook on a late, incoming tide earlier this week. He reported catching a mixed bag of both C/R and slot snook, blues, jacks, reds, and even a few pompanos.
Keep your photos and updates coming!
Lady fish and some junk.
Saw nothing come over the NJ rail in an
hour at tide change.
If west wind fish ledges south of inlet.
Use chum and look for Grover's down and
Mack's on top.