Capt. Glyn Austin

Member since: December 31, 2017

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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.

    Red Snapper And More…

    July 11, 2021

    Early week heavy winds let us fish the inlet and the beach comfortably, but picked up mid week only to subside for the weekend of snapper fishing. Tarpon and Bonito on the beaches provided plenty of action. Meanwhile, redfish were pretty active in the inlet, and when winds were heavier, we got into some nice snook around the spoil islands and deeper docks.

      Bait Pushing Into the Lagoon

      June 13, 2021

      Finally starting our summer patterns with a lot of heat and a lot of rain which should push the bait out of the creeks and into the lagoon and ocean. Had a few good days last week with some big snook and trout in the lagoon and big reds and jacks in the inlet. We also found a decent but not great tarpon bite on the beach with some jacks and sharks mixed in.

        Spring Winds Linger

        June 7, 2021

        Unfortunately the spring winds are still with us. We should be fishing the beaches for tarpon, kingfish, sharks and snook, but instead, we are fishing the lagoon and inlet. The Trout and Snook bite is good in the lagoon and there are plenty of jacks in the inlet with a few reds mixed in. live baits are best for both locations but topwater has been working pretty good for the trout and snook. Lets hope the winds subside and we can get back on the beach and offshore for some snapper soon!

          Slamming in the Wind

          May 24, 2021

          Ten straight days of +20 mph winds and a mild cold front were brutal, but the fish were still biting pretty well. We just had to work a little harder for them. Plenty of snook, redfish and jacks inshore and in the inlet. Trout were particularly active in the river. Live bait was best but we were able to get into some slot reds and bigger snook on DOA jerk baits along the shorelines.

            Cold Fronts Making Consistency Tough

            May 10, 2021

            These cold fronts are making it tough on us to get in some consistent fishing. The beaches are doing well when we can get out. Plenty of schools of Bonito and jacks running the beach and some Snook in the trough and eating live baits as well as some soft plastics if you can get a good presentation. The inlet has been pretty good with some redfish, plenty of jacks and a few snook here and there. Inshore bite around the docks and spoil islands are good for snook and some trout with live bait.

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