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Fishing Reports by Capt. Sal Tardella


2017-04-07
7:52 AM

Winding Down Our Florida Season.... - We got out a few times since our last report--trying to catch the good days and staying in the Sebastian River. We caught jacks and some sail catfish. This might be our final Florida fishing report until early December.... We're now getting re more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Sebastian


2017-03-24
8:28 AM

Fishing Continues to Be Mixed Bag...weather a Factor - We've had lots of windy days over the past two weeks and some very heavy rain this week. However, we got a chance to fish with a Sebastian local, Charlie Simas. We tried several areas, hooked into a few bluefish, and Charlie caught his first jack more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Sebastian


2017-03-02
3:11 PM

Just one trip since last report... - We went out a week ago with Washington State residents, Tony and Rebecca Mann and their four-year-old daughter, Liana. Everyone enjoyed bringing in jacks and ladyfish, and Liana was fascinated with the local dolphins who fished along with us for mos more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Sebastian


2017-02-10
7:21 PM

Ho-hum Action on the Sebastian River - We've fished a couple of times since our last report; the only active specie was jack crevalles of various size. Fun to bring in, but not very exciting. The temps have been in the high 60's and low 70's with mild winds, so we can't complain about more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Sebastian


2017-01-27
12:13 PM

Nice Catch on the Sebastian River - We fished on Thursday with a CT visitor, Emilio (Amin) Pandolfi of Danbury--an expert angler and good friend. We caught jacks of every size, and ladyfish with a super-sized one in the lot. more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Sebastian


2017-01-06
5:21 PM

Our Boat is in a New Spot.... - As our maiden voyage out of our new marina in Little Hollywood, which is located just a bit north of Sebastianm we went out with Ron Grisedale, a snowbird from the U.K. and a crackerjack fisherman who's very familiar with the local waters. While mov more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Sebastian


2016-12-22
1:28 PM

My Bonnie's in a new marina.... - We recently moved our boat to a safer harbor in Little Hollywood, where Brevard County begins. Haven't had too many fishing hours this month because of other obligations, but we can't wait to get out onto the Sebastian River as soon as we can. more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Sebastian


2016-12-11
3:23 PM

Haven't fished since last report.... - We had some issues with our trolling motor, and it was in the shop for a few days. The problem has been dealt with, but local weather conditions have not been ideal for small boats. High winds for three days plus some heavy rain today. Hoping fo more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Sebastian


2016-11-25
9:28 PM

We're Back on the Treasure Coast.... - We got back to Sebastian less than three weeks ago, but we've already fished twice. Conditions in the Indian River lagoon and the Sebastian River have improved since last year, and we caught a variety of fish while moving around to several of our fa more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Sebastian


2016-10-20
1:23 PM

Getting Ready to Bring the Boat out of the Water - We had three or four trips since our last report. The catch has been consistent--nice porgies, mixed-size sea bass, a few bluefish and the occasional sand shark. Our city launching dock is closing down next week, and we'll be pulling My Bonnie fr more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands

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