Sebastian Inlet to Eau Gallie Forecast: Jan 2014

It’s the time of the year for flounder fishing at Sebastian Inlet. There have been some good fish caught in December, but we have only had a few mild fronts and big numbers of fish haven’t moved through the inlet yet this winter.Dec 27th, 2013

Longpoint Park to Beachline Inshore Report: Dec 2013

We had a warmer than average November but the water temps are cooling off. With the cooler temps in December means we get some cleaner water. The cooler temps also help the flounder bite around the spoil Islands and mangroves from Grant through Micco. Nov 25th, 2013

Longpoint Park to Beachline Inshore: Oct 2013

The Mullet run is in full swing and the mullet are starting to move into the Indian River and Banana River Lagoons. With the mullet, come the bluefish, Spanish mackerel and Jack crevalle in big numbers. Sep 26th, 2013

Snook Fishing Sebastian Inlet

The mullet run will help all aspects of fishing both inside and outside Sebastian Inlet. The brightest spot I see in the fishing future is snook. Although the snook population took a hard hit during the freezes of 2010, numbers of snook showed a marked increase in the Sebastian area this summer.Aug 26th, 2013

Sebastian Inshore Fishing Forecast: July 2013

July in the Sebastian Inlet area is a month of stable weather and predictable fishing. The light winds of summer allow small boat anglers to get out and fish the mouth of Sebastian Inlet and the near coastal Atlantic on a daily basis. Jul 2nd, 2013

Longpoint Park to Beachline Inshore: July 2013

The bait in both the Indian River Lagoon and the Banana River lagoons are abundant. The gamefish are mixed in with the bait when you find it.Jul 1st, 2013

Sebastian Inshore: June 2013

Summer brings several things that improve the fishing in the central lagoon area, some of which include stable weather, light winds and increased variety and numbers of baitfish. The light winds open new territory to small boat anglers (i.e. the ocean).Jun 4th, 2013

Longpoint Park to Beachline Inshore Fishing Forecast: June 2013

There is a lot of mullet on the flats in the Banana River from the Pineda Causeway up to 528. There are plenty of big trout as well as redfish and snook mixed in. Your best opportunity to hook up with the big fish will be to fish the flats early with a Skitterwalk topwater plug in Bone Chartreuse or live mullet early in the morning around the bait pods. May 31st, 2013

Capt. Glyn Checking In

T he fishing this spring has been very different. While there is a lot of grass that has been lost … Apr 30th, 2013

Sebastian Fishing Forecast: May 2013

I am hopeful that May will bring a calm ocean and allow me to break free of the confines of … Apr 29th, 2013