Marching In

2011-03-23 20:58:43
Sebastian, Florida - Saltwater Fishing Report
Indian River Lagoon and St Sebastian River

I know its been a while but I have been busy catching fish. The last month has been Trout all day long with some good catches of 16-22 inch fish each day. the DOA shrimp and CAL Shad tails have been lights out. Along with Trout we have had great numbers of Ladyfish up to 4# plus and a fair amount of Blues plus some decent Pompano action around the Inlet. Up in the Sebastian river we have been catching quite a few Snook up to 30 " as well as some decent Trout and Mangrove Snapper. As always there are Ladyfish for the battle as much as you like. In the next month I think the Tarpon will begin to get a little more aggressive and those will become a favorite target. The numbers of fish on a average trip in the IRL has been 50-70 fish per day.

Fish Species: Snook,Trout,Redfish,Bluefish and a host of others
Bait Used: Doa Shrimp ,Jigs,minnow baits and Flies
Tackle Used: fly and spin
Method Used:
Water Depth: variable
Water Temperature: varied
Wind Direction: variable
Wind Speed:

Mike Peppe

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Area Reporting: Sebastian fl

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