Storms Pushing Mullet Inshore

By |2018-09-10T12:58:50+00:009.10.2018|0 Comments

Glyn's new Sebastian fishing charter boat

New Shoalwater 23′ Cat ready to go!

I spent a lot of time earlier this week finishing up my new 23′ Shoalwater tower boat so we could hit the water and put it on some fish. The few days I did get out, we spent our time inshore with plenty of action around the spoil islands and mangrove shorelines. Lots of Jack Crevalle, Trout, Ladyfish and some slot snook and redfish. We focused on using Storm 360GT Coastal paddle tail baits fishing the bait pods along the mangrove shorelines and spoil islands that held bait pods. Snook came from the areas with glass minnows, and the trout, jacks and ladyfish came from both the glass minnow schools and the schools of mullet.

Noah’s snook he caught in the mangroves!

As these storms out in the Atlantic move closer to the mainland this week, they will push the mullet from north to south and we should see some good schools of mullet moving along the beaches and into the lagoon — which will really turn the lagoon bite on fire!

About the Author:

I’m Capt. Glyn Austin, the owner and operator of Going Coastal Fishing Charters. I’m a central Florida native who was born and raised in the Melbourne and Palm Bay area. It’s here where my love for fishing was nurtured. Now, that passion is now my full time job.

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