Capt. Glyn Austin of Going Coastal charters said the redfish bite in Sebastian Inlet was incredible Thursday. Big reds, over 20 pounds, were caught and released by his angler Doug Blanchard and Austin’s grandson, Noah, throughout the day until they ran out of live bait. Noah also caught a slot snook. Offshore, the snapper bite has been steady in 80-100 feet of water. Bass fishing on the western lakes is also very good and in a typical fall pattern. Look for better fishing as the next full moon nears.
Offshore, anglers who are trolling are finding good fishing for sailfish and dolphin with occasional blackfin tuna mixed in. The best depths have been in 80 to 180 feet where current edges have been pushed closer to shore by easterly winds. Bottom fishing was good over the weekend, too, with plenty of bites from mutton snapper, mangrove snapper, kingfish and cobia on the reefs.
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