Get Ready – The Reds Are Starting to Bunch Up

September 29, 2009

A Steinhatchee Fishing Report From Pepper Fish Key Charters Big Bend fishing fans, the Reds have bunched a little, and what that means?is that when you can get yourself in front of one of these schools, they’ll bite and bite hard. I think it’s their competitive nature when bunched up. […]

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Fish of A Lifetime

September 28, 2009

FISH OF A LIFETIME Ocklawaha Fishing Report From Ocala Fishing Guide Captain Nick On vacation in Ocala/Marion County from Colorado, Chris and Danielle Kelly scheduled a Bass fishing trip Thursday, September 24, that will not soon be forgotten. About 3 p.m. we departed the dock at Ocala Boat Basin/Ray Wayside […]

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The Change Has Started

September 21, 2009

Change Is In The Air Hey Everybody, Scallop season ended on the 10th and we are already into full swing with our fall fishing schedule. ?Trout continue to bite sporadically, deep and in shallow flats. I’m fishing cut bait under corks to produce the best trout catches. Gulp under cork […]

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THE TIME IS NOW

September 9, 2009

THE TIME IS NOW Just about a year ago, I experienced one of those Bass fishing trips of a lifetime. Thanks to Tropical Storm Fay, the Dam that controls the Ocklawaha River water level had been opened to relieve flooded waterfront properties to our south, which in turn really freed […]

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Coming Soon to The Flats Near You

September 9, 2009

Coming Soon a September Improvement Recently, lots of Reds have been caught in a variety of near shore locations up and down the Nature Coast/Big Bend Region. From Eleven Prong, just south of Wacassasa Bay, to the Homosassa River entrance, reports of good numbers of Reds keep coming in with […]

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