2017-09-20

Sep. 20, 2017

Inshore and Near Shore Fishing Seminar

Learn the proper techniques and methods to successfully target some of the best fish in Central Florida! Captain Glyn Austin of Going Coastal Fishing Charters will share his extensive expertise including when, where, and proper approaches using various rods, reels, tackle, and bait.


In Shore Fishing-You’ll learn about fishing the Indian River, Sebastian River and just inside the Sebastian inlet where you will find a wide variety of species including speckled sea trout, flounder, snook, redfish, and pompano.


Near Shore Fishing- The Sebastian inlet provides a great near shore fishing opportunity. Here, a wide variety of fish, including bluefish, snook, redfish and flounder congregate to feed on the many small fish attracted to the area by the constant flow of water.


Location

Event Coordinator

  • Shelly Jones
  • shelly.jones@marinemax.com
  • 407-660-2628

Sep. 20, 2017

  • Wednesday 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
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Learn the proper techniques and methods to successfully target some of the best fish in Central Florida! Captain Glyn Austin of Going Coastal Fishing Charters will share his extensive expertise including when, where, and proper approaches using various rods, reels, tackle, and bait.


In Shore Fishing-You’ll learn about fishing the Indian River, Sebastian River and just inside the Sebastian inlet where you will find a wide variety of species including speckled sea trout, flounder, snook, redfish, and pompano.


Near Shore Fishing- The Sebastian inlet provides a great near shore fishing opportunity. Here, a wide variety of fish, including bluefish, snook, redfish and flounder congregate to feed on the many small fish attracted to the area by the constant flow of water.