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Seeing RED!!! Sebastian Inlet fishing report Jan. 27


young man holding bull redfish caught charter fishing sebastian inlet

Fishing at the Sebastian inlet has been very hit or miss for the past couple of weeks but we've had one constant and that's the redfish bite on the incoming tide. As the tide slows the redfish have been feeding harder, the window is short so you better make the best of your time. The bait of choice has been big pinfish. We have also had some big jacks as bycatch. The snook bite has tailed off a bit just in time for the opening for season but hopefully they will fire back up on the backside of this moon. Black drum have also started to slow as well with only a few fish caught a day.

The sheepshead bite in the Indian river remains consistent as does the schoolie trout bite. Target structure for the sheeps and mangrove shorelines for the trout. Shrimp are a great bait for both of them with the cooler water we have had lately.

Offshore the cobia and snapper bite were solid on the couple of days calm enough to get out this past week. The 90 bar straight out from Sebastian Inlet is a productive place to start. The kingfish bite has started to improve so don't forget to find some live baits to take out to the reef with you. The mahi bite remains non-existent still so I wouldn't even waste my time trolling yet but hopefully they will show themselves next month. Don't forget to book a fishing charter with us the next time you are visiting Sebastian!



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