Capt. Glyn Austin

Member since: December 31, 2017



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.

    Hungry Jack

    April 15, 2019

    The Jacks are back and will be a great target this week. The 6-12 pound Jack Crevalle are back in numbers and if you are fishing the beaches and Sebastian Inlet by boat or jetty, you should be able to get into some good action between other target species. Live pinfish and greenies have been the best baits to get them fired up. Along with the jacks, the Bluefish and Redfish are in the inlet. But you will have to get through the jacks to get the others to bite. Snook bite is still a little slow but look forward to them to turn on anytime in the next week or two.

      Bait Coming Back, Warm Temps, Southern Winds

      April 8, 2019

      Had a great weekend and looking forward to a good week this coming week. Last week Jesse had a great bite in the lagoon using popping corks with live shrimp and Storm 360 Coastal Shrimp around the spoil islands and deeper docks from Grant to Sebastian produced a lot of Trout, Pompano, Jack Crevalle, Bluefish and Ladyfish. Same results with paddle tail baits and 4” jerk baits fishing around the islands, docks and deeper mangrove shorelines. Over the weekend we were able to get off the beach and had good action from Sharks as well as Jacks and a few cobia following the Manta Rays. Inlet has had some snook and reds for anglers using live Mojarra

        Crab Buoys Still Holding Tripletail

        March 25, 2019

        Spent most of the week inshore due to the high winds. It was mostly trout catches for us inshore, but the pompano bite fired up really good towards the end of last week. It seemed like sand fleas were the most productive baits both inshore and on the beaches. We’re also still getting decent numbers of tripletail along the crab trap buoys down by Sebastian inlet on live shrimp.

          Sebastian Inlet/Nearshore

          March 11, 2019

          Had a good week last week up until the front came through. The beach fishing was on fire with a bunch of pompano, bluefish, mackerel and blacktip Sharks. We did some shark fishing on poppers and it was a great time. Inshore fishing was pretty good around the spoil islands and deeper docks for seatrout, pompano, bluefish and jacks. Soft plastics worked well as did subsurface baits. The triple tail were along the markers but I expect that bite to slow as there are a lot of people targeting them. The beach is warming up a bit and once the temps consistently hit that 70 degree mark we should have steady Cobia action along the beaches.

            Super Busy Week!

            March 4, 2019

            Been a super busy week for Jesse and I. Jesse got some offshore time in early in the week and got into some cobia as well as snapper and some triggerfish. The inshore bite for trout has been pretty good around the spoil islands and deeper docks from Palm Bay down through Sebastian. Along with trout, we’ve had some good action with pompano, blues and jacks inshore. Tripletail are still along the weed patches nearshore with some in the lagoon on the crab traps.

              Snook Bite Still Slow in Inlet

              February 25, 2019

              Early this week we had a good redfish night in Sebastian Inlet but the bite died off with the full moon. Snook bite during the day from the boats is still very slow even as the waters been warming up a bit. The bite should improve this week as the moon slowly disappears. The beach bite has been great with a lot of Spanish Mackerel, jacks and Bluefish with a few small barracuda and sharks mixed in.

                Waiting on Warmer Waters

                February 18, 2019

                Our week started off slow with windy weather and cold water temps. The Mackerel and Bluefish were hitting and a few trout and triple tail were inside but the inlet bite was slow during the day. Late in the week the reds showed up and were feeding but the snook still haven’t been active. Look for the warming trend we are having to help improve the bait situation inside the Indian River and the beaches and the bite should get better everywhere. Live pinfish and Mojarra should be great baits for the snook as the water warms up and the redfish will eat the same. The rays should be moving through with the warmer waters as well and should bring some cobia with them!

                  Weedy Waters

                  February 10, 2019

                  We had a good weather week last week with some tough fishing for the snook and reds due to the cold water and a lot of weeds along the beaches and in the inlet. However, The pompano bite was good and there were plenty of bluefish and some mackerel around. The weeds brought in the triple tail along the beaches and into the lagoon as well.

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