These two anglers went out with Captain
Richard this November and caught several nice Snook and
alot of ladyfish. Hooked up with Jacks, sharks and basically
had a great time.
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November Fishing Sebastian Inlet
Fishing Sebastian Inlet can be challenging and productive.
It's usually done at night while the tides are ripping through
the inlet and boats are moving fast.
Captain Richard Bradley of Lagooner Fishing Guides has
fished the Sebastian Inlet since the late 1970's (earlier
with his father) and was part of the original fender crew,
when fishing was allowed from the wooden fenders under the
Sebastian Inlet bridge.
"Long gone are the days of pulling under the bridge
and sleeping in your car while you wait for the tide to
turn. Sebastian State Park has paved the dirt parking lot
and secured the park from slumbering fishermen that spend
the night under the bridge fishing for snook", explains
Captain Richard. "I used to spend all day surfing on
the north side of the inlet and all night fishing on the
south side, that was alot of fun and provided fish for the
Now days Sebastian Inlet is a state park and cost a few
dollars to enter (more with a boat). Captain Richard has
an annual pass that allows him and his clients (if they
drive with him), to enter the park without fee.
Sebastian Inlet State Park is still a little rough around
the edges and lacks the maintenance and grooming of a first
class park. But it's still a good fishing hole where many
species of fish abound and families can enjoy the water
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