Donald Knoke and company had a fish fest at Sebastian Inlet this November evening. "We fish for walleye in Wisconsin with minnows and worms, Captain Richard was using bait the size of the crappie we fish for up there. We Landed redfish that dwarfed the biggest walleye we catch and we did it in our tee-shirts in November!."
Every fall I make our fishing destination to Sebastian, Florida in the southern end of Brevard County to take my anglers out on a fishing cornacopia of angling delight. September starts the fall mullet run and by November the fish are starting to move inshore and toward their winter haunts in the Sebastian River and southward towards Jupiter Inlet and the Loxahatchee River. It's fun time of year and prepares us for the winter bite in the northern part of our County and Mosquito Lagoon.
It's always fun for me to turn people that have never fished for saltwater species and watch them put their heads around the fact that the bait we often use are bigger than many of the panfish they use up in the midwest. Catching bait can simply make their trip, but putting a big redfish, snook or tarpon on the end of their line usually blows their minds.
For all those cheese heads in Wisconsin... Take these guys advice and thaw out with Capt. Richard in East Central Florida.
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Night or Evening fishing can be very productive for the experienced angler that can tie their own rigs and operate both spinning and bait reels. It's not for the beginning angler, but it's a great trip for the more advanced.
Not less than 18" or more than 27" and only 1 fish per harvester per day.
Florida Redfish Record
51 lbs., 8 ozs.