Inshore Fishing

Redfish caught in Indian River near Melbourne, FLJoin Capt. Glyn aboard his Shoalwater 23′ Cat Tunnel for a great day of guided fishing on the inshore waters around Melbourne, Palm Bay, Sebastian, and Vero Beach. You’ll fish the Indian River, Sebastian River and just inside the Sebastian inlet aboard his Shoalwater 23′ Cat Tunnel. The protected inshore waters of the Indian River along with the comfort, dryness, and stability of the boat make this a great trip for fisherman of all ages and skill levels. You’ll be fishing for a wide variety species on this exciting day of fishing, including speckled sea trout, flounder, snook, redfish, and pompano.

Near Shore Fishing

Snook caught on guided fishing trip near Sebastian, FLIf a day of tarpon, snook, shark, and cobia fishing is what you’re looking for, join Capt. Glyn aboard his Shoalwater 23′ Cat Tunnel for a guided trip along the beaches of Port Canaveral, Cocoa Beach, Melbourne, Sebastian and Vero Beach.

The Sebastian inlet provides for another great near shore fishing opportunity. Here, a wide variety of fish, including bluefish, snook, redfish and flounder congregate to feed on the many small fish attracted to the area by the constant flow of water.

Kayak Fishing

Redfish caught on guided fishing trip near Melbourne, FLCapt. Glyn offers guided kayak fishing trips where you, your kayaks and your gear are quickly and comfortably transported to a variety of inshore or nearshore fishing locations. Once you arrive, Capt. Glyn will instruct you on how to best fish the area and deploy your kayaks, allowing you time to explore and fish. There are no long paddles and you can fish multiple locations in an outing. If you don’t have the proper tackle to fish a certain location, Capt. Glyn will allow you to use his. Explore up to 3 – 4 locations on 1/2 day & 3/4 day trips, and up to 8 locations on a full day trip.

Offshore Fishing

Vero Beach kingfishIf it’s big game fish you’re after, let Capt. Glyn take you on an offshore trip aboard his 28′ foot center console. You’ll start your day slow trolling, with live bait, 15 – 35 miles east of Sebastian inlet for sailfish, dolphin, kingfish and and other highly prized species. Later in the day you’ll move to bottom fishing reefs and wrecks for grouper, amberjack, snapper, and cobia.

For a more affordable trip Capt. Glyn offers a program where he captains your boat and provides the tackle for your day of offshore fishing.