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Sebastian Fishing Reports


2016-01-21
4:49 PM

Still dealing with winds and rain... - We've had tornado watches and lots of rain down here, with very few days being free of windy conditions. But we did get out a few times this month, most recently with a visitor from Connecticut, Emilio Pandolfi, who fishes with us very often on L. more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Sebastian


2016-01-10
10:19 AM

Ho-hum days.... - We've had days with rain, days with wind, and days with wind and rain. But we got out on the Indian River for a few hours last week--bringing in sea trout and a selection of other local species, including jacks and ladyfish. One encouraging note: more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Sebastian


2015-12-26
1:26 PM

Things seem to be picking up.... - We went out on the Indian River a few days ago with our local fishing buddy, Rick Pino. Along with several large sail catfish, we caught pompano up to 18″, sheepshead, ladyfish and more than 20 sea trout, with a half dozen keepers in the lot; more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Sebastian


2015-12-10
10:11 AM

Back in the water again.... - We had some work to do on the Florida boat since arriving in Sebastian November 15, but it was finally launched yesterday, and we'll be doing some scouting today with one of our local fishing buddies. We're eager to drop a line after a five-week more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Sebastian


2015-11-26
7:25 PM

Haven't fished yet.... - The wind is still blowing, and our boat's still up on its trailer waiting to be launched. Please stay tuned.... more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Sebastian


2015-04-10
3:25 PM

Warmer weather, better fishing.... - We fished only twice over the past two weeks. The Indian River hasn't been productive except for some ladyfish. But the Sebastian Inlet has been holding bluefish and large jack crevelles, along with an occasional Spanish Mackerel. We'll be pulli more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Sebastian


2015-03-12
1:03 PM

No consistency yet.... - We fished twice during the last week in February; first, with locals, Rick Pino and Jack Balme. The Indian River and Sebastian Inlet weren't too productive, so we moved into the scenic Sebastian River, where we caught pompano, bluefish, ladyfish, sea more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Sebastian


2015-02-06
12:29 PM

Very, very, very slow.... - We've fished just once in the past two weeks. Our CT buddy, Emilio (Amin) Pandolfi, had a last fling before leaving on February 1. We fished the Sebastian River and had fun with jacks 4-6 pounds as well as ladyfish. Unfortunately, we're dealing w more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Sebastian


2015-01-28
11:58 AM

The January of Snook - Over the last 28 days I have seen Snook fishing unlike any other January of all my years of guiding ! more...
Capt. Mike Peppe - Sebastian


2015-01-15
11:01 AM

Some local action over the past ten days.... - We fished three times over the past ten days. First, with Neil Tardella, visiting from Quincy, MA. We caught pompano, bluefish, and ladyfish. Then we went out twice with our friend and sometimes-mate, Emilio (Amin) Pandolfi from Danbury CT, one more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Sebastian

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