August 10 Fishing Report

August 10 Fishing Report

The nearshore waters of Port Canaveral, Melbourne, Sebastian and Vero Beach are still on the cold side. With surface temps of 71 degrees and colder water down below, the activity on the beach has been inconsistent. We have been catching a few Snook in and around Sebastian Inlet but the bite is off from the last few years. The Snook we have been catching are in the Indian River Lagoon from Sebastian to Palm Bay and best baits are live baits. The tarpon fishing has been slower along the beaches from Sebastian to Vero Beach also. There are some fish around and we have caught a few the last few weeks but without consistent bait pods the fish are moving around quite a bit.

Sebastian Inlet has had good numbers of jacks, mangrove snapper, mutton snapper and a few overslot redfish. There is a lot of fresh water in the inlet and lagoon currently due to the heavy rain we have had the last few weeks.

Along with fishing Sebastian Inlet We have been spending a lot of time in the Indian River Lagoon fishing the spoil islands from Vero Beach to Palm Bay and catching some nice trout, small snook and slot reds as well as a few flounder and jack crevalle.


Cam Red Sterling Tarpon Don Snook

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Capt. Glyn Austin is a born-and-raised central Florida native. He has been fishing these local waters since he was old enough to hoist a rod. Before becoming a full-time professional fishing guide, Glyn worked for 21 years in public media relations for Bombardier, the makers of Evinrude outboard motors. During this time, he became involved in the regional and national tournaments of the Southern Kingfish Association Tour, with his most recent victory coming at the 2009 Key West Harbour Tournament. As Glyn’s family grew, he began focusing on sharing his passion for fishing with the next generation of anglers, becoming the managing organizer of Space Coast Reel Anglers, a youth organization, dedicated to educating kids on fishing and conservation. Today, Glyn’s passion is his full-time job, providing chartered trips along with his son, Capt. Jesse.

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