Fishing Report

Fishing Report

We had a tough week with the full moon and the warmer than usual weather. We
still caught some good fish but their patterns have changed. With the
approaching cold front, the fishing should be on fire again.

There was a decent bite in Sebastian Inlet has been very good for Pompano,
jacks and a few bluefish. The warmer water has keep the snook and redfish
active as well. The only issue is that the blues outside the inlet are very
aggressive and tear up your baits before the others can get to them. The
Redfish, Snook and Tarpon have been feeding in Sebastian Inlet at night on
bucktails and plugs. Mangrove Snapper, mutton Snapper and Lane Snapper have
been on the rocks in Sebastian Inlet as well as on the rockpiles in the
river near the inlet. Live shrimp and jigs have been the best bait for the

The river and flats from Melbourne to Sebastian inlet have had some bait on
them and there are a few decent trout as well as snook and redfish mixed in
as well. We have caught Pompano, ladyfish, jacks and even a few bonefish
this week on the flats close to the inlet. Find the schools of bait and you
should be able to find the fish.

Fishing the Sebastian River, Turkey Creek in Palm Bay and Crane Creek in
Melbourne has been productive. We have caught Snook, jacks, ladyfish and
Mangrove Snapper on Storm Twitch Sticks rigged with vmc inline hooks along
the oyster bars and mangrove shorelines.


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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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