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Fishing Reports by Capt. Sal Tardella

9:01 AM

Still ho-hum... - We've fished a half dozen times since our last report. The dearth of sea grass in the Indian River hasn't improved, but we've been picking up bluefish and jacks around the Sebastian Inlet, and we've heard news of 20-plus lb. jacks being brought in more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Sebastian

8:03 AM

STILL HO-HUM IN CENTRAL EAST COAST FL - I've been out a couple of days in the past three weeks. Some of the offshore anglers are catching fish, most of which can't be kept because of strict size regulations. Inlet fishing is iffy, and the Indian River is still unable to hold many species more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Sebastian

12:05 PM

Still picking away, with no home runs.... - I fished yesterday with local buddy, Jack Balme, and we did better than our last outing together. We bagged a few bluefish in the Inlet, after which we worked around the fenders, where we found some mackerel that were hitting soft curly white bait more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Sebastian

1:11 PM

Not too much going on.... - The local weather has been pretty good except that most days are windy. We haven't done too much fishing over the past few weeks, but yesterday my buddy, Jack Balme, and I were out testing the waters. We made a few stops on our way to the Sebasti more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Sebastian

11:18 AM

Comfortable temps, but windy conditions.... - We fished on Friday with buddies, Rick Pino of Sebastian, and Ron Greisdale—a British snowbird. We started out working around the Intracoastal islands, but had no hookups. In an effort to avoid the steady 15-25mph winds in the Indian River and the more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Sebastian

12:27 PM

We're up and running on the Indian River.... - We launched our Florida boat a couple of days ago, and we did some scouting yesterday. We'd heard that there's no sea grass in the Indian River, with lots of speculation as to the cause. The result, however, is that most of the fish are hanging out more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Sebastian

10:45 AM

It's all over for now.... - We had a few charters cancelled by bad weather two weeks ago, followed by Sandy and the Frankinstorm that did major damage, as forecast. We hastily moved our boat to a safer harbor, and it came through without a scratch. When our own marina was nav more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands

1:55 PM

Coming down to the last couple of weeks.... - Charters have been way down since Labor Day weekend, but when we've gone out we've been rewarded with lots of bluefish in the middle of L.I.Sound. And blackfish season is open, and there's no shortage of tautogs around the Norwalk Islands. If the more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands

6:02 PM

Labor Day Has Come and Gone; Charters Have Slowed Down - The calendar seems to dictate when clients will stop booking charters. Since Labor Day we've done a few weekend trips. The catch has included middle-size bluefish, large porgies, small stripers and a couple of small fluke. We're hoping that the more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands

2:17 PM

Post-Labor Day Slowdown Has Begun.... - We were busy with daily trips including some double headers through Labor Day, but the demand for charters has slowed down very quickly as families got back to business at summer's end. We did have two trips last weekend. Saturday's charter was b more...
Capt. Sal Tardella - Norwalk Islands

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