We Fished Last Week And Were Very Successful

May 28, 2009

Steinhatchee Fishing Reports from Steinhatchee Scalloping and Fishing Guide Captain Steve Kroll We Fished Last Week And Were Very Successful Fishing the flats in rough weather is challenging, and only for the most dedicated diehards. High wind and rain makes a good rainsuit a must. As a guide, one has to make the go no-go call with safety in mind. Last week we had no lightning to deal with, just wind and rain. So we fished last week, and were very successful. At times, we were drifting 1.5 nautical mph. We fished cork rigs almost all week in shallow water, […]

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Be Careful Out There

May 27, 2009

 This Ocklawaha Fishing Report From Ocklawaha Fishing Guide Captain Nick Be Careful Out There We fished the Oklawaha River Saturday, 5/23, and man was it up.. About 2 feet from where it was a week ago! The bite was slow, although we did manage a few small Bass, as well as one over four pounds.  I expect the fishing to greatly improve as soon as the level stabilizes… Our hearts go out to the families involved in the Memorial Day weekend boating fatalities on Lake George. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had to run from storms on […]

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Memorial Day Should Be Nice Depending on…

May 25, 2009

Memorial Day Should Be Nice Depending on….. where you’re at. Seas are projected to be 1 to 2 feet and there’s a 70% chance of rain in Steinhatchee?and a 40% chance in Cedar Key and Crystal River.   Enjoy The Holiday and Thank A Soldier, Marine, Sailor And Airman.  

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Its Raining All Over The World!

May 20, 2009

Our World Anyway MISSING PICTURE GOES HERE 🙁 If someone is fishing here they’re getting wet It?s projected to look like this until Saturday A current tongue in cheek Steinhatchee, Crystal River, Cedar Key and Yankeetown Fishing Report Looks like somebody doesn’t have enough work to do today!

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The Bass are Back In Town

May 18, 2009

This Ocklawaha Fishing Report From Ocklawaha Fishing Guide Captain Nick The Bass are Back In Town Limits of keeper Bass continue to be caught on the Oklawaha River in the Ocala National Forest, although getting to them can be a little tricky. Recently we fished an old haunt of mine about halfway between Gores Landing and the Silver River confluence, but it took some fancy maneuvering to get there…lots of fallen trees and snags. The man upstairs came through again and answered our prayers for rain. No doubt it will improve the fishing, as well as other things. Call me […]

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