These Guys Take A GoPro To The Bottom Of Sebastian Inlet! Check Out What They Found!
Published on January 20, 2016 under
Would you ever dive down to the bottom of the Sebastian Inlet?
I can only imagine that these divers (Josh Rhein, Vaughn and Nikko) did this dive on an absolute perfect day (and slack tide) for the Inlet.
Because the last time I was fishing the Sebastian Inlet the water was incredibly choppy, not to mention, the water was ripping so fast through the pass that most boats were scared to go through it…
Also, the Sebastion Inlet has been known to hold a few bull sharks… or two… or one hundred…
If you aren’t familiar with the world famous Sebastian Inlet, it is about 12 miles north of Vero Beach, and it is one of the favorite land based (and boat based) spots for anglers to catch snook, redfish, tarpon, Spanish mackerel and just about anything else that swims through the inlet.
There are tons of places to fish the inlet from land, and anglers from all over the states (and even abroad) head over to Sebastian Inlet State Park every year to wet a line.
So when I saw that a couple of guys had the courage to free dive the Sebastian Inlet, I knew this was going to be good.
You will be blown away with how many snook are just hanging out down there!
Not to mention, some goliath grouper, mangrove snapper, cubera snapper, and even some lobster.
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