Sebastian Inlet quick trip w/pics 10/15/2010

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  1. Sinker

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    Well my Dad CaptainSid was finally released from the hospital today after another heart surgery. With him home, resting and with my Mom I figured a quick trip was in order.

    Hit Sebastian Inlet, bait was plentiful and even I was able to cast net my own bait.

    Being that I was solo I didn't try to navigate the inlet for drifts but rather just anchored up and had some fun.

    Not a very good picture and the water was dirty but here is a pic of the underwater lights.

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    I hate to admit it but I caught a ton of Catfish (trash fish) to include the biggest two Sailcats I have ever caught. Seriously I must have caught over 20 of them which out here is nothing to brag about but almost rather an embarrassment.

    I got NO Snook or Flounder which I was trying for. Did end up with three over size Redfish so had to let them go.

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    And this last one was a beast. The beam on my boat is 8'6" and the black open latch by its tail is the center line of the boat. I wanted a picture holding it but it wouldn't cooperate with me.

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    Also got one Lady Fish and one Blue Fish but neither were anything special.

    Heck it is even cool enough I wore pants instead of shorts.

    Here are some bad pics of the boat after pulling her out of the water.

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    the lites look great! that fish is hugh!!
     
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    Fantastic job you guys pulled out. Nothing like a run that produces fish on the first try.

    Good to hear Capt S is out and doing well.
     

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