Capt. Glyn Austin

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ABOUT

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.

    Cold Water Upwelling

    August 1, 2022

    The cold water upwelling has hit the beaches to the north and water temp has dropped 6-8 degrees. We are still finding some jacks, tarpon and sharks on the beach but not in big numbers. Inlet has some snook and redfish along with jacks with live bait the key. We are finding some snook and trout in the lagoon in decent numbers and some bait, as well.

      Bait Scarce on the Beach

      July 18, 2022

      Still fishing the beach for tarpon jacks and sharks. Bait is scarce but there’s still some fish around. We should start seeing some more bait on the beach soon but as everything else, it’s late this year. Redfish have been hit or kiss in the inlet. Live bait is best bet. Plenty of jacks around, too.

        Looking Forward to Consistency in Bite

        July 10, 2022

        Been fishing the beach still for tarpon, jacks and sharks. Kingfish are behind but there are some here and there. Artificial have been producing better than live bait for us. Mainly soft plastics but some of the jacks are hitting topwater as well. Inlet bite has been decent with some reds and snook along with plenty of jacks. Looking forward to getting some consistency in the bite since everything has been so different this summer than years past!

          Fish Moving North

          June 20, 2022

          The weather is better and we are finally starting to get into our summer patterns. Nearshore fishing is pretty good with snapper, sharks and mackerel the inshore reefs south of the inlet. Theres a little bait, but there’s plenty of schools of big jacks roaming the beaches and a few tarpon scattered and migrating north. The bulk of the fish are north off the tip of Cape Canaveral, but there are a few schools migrating through Sebastian and Satellite beach, as well.

            Getting into Summer Patterns

            June 13, 2022

            Finally getting into our summer patterns this week with plenty of sunshine in the mornings and afternoon rain storms. Inshore fishing has been pretty good with plenty of big trout and snook. Meanwhile, beach fishing is starting to get pretty decent with some tarpon, sharks, mackerel and jacks along the beaches. The bait pods along the beaches are a little behind but with the last week of rain, they should show up soon!

              Beach and Inshore

              June 6, 2022

              It’s been a good week fishing the beach for big jacks, sharks and tarpon. The bait was pretty plentiful until the storm (Alex) came through on Saturday. Offshore there has been plenty of snapper and a few cobia in 60’ as well as a few kingfish.

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