It’s Early A.M. For Largemouths

February 22, 2013

The Largemouth Bass bite has went from good to excellent over our last few trips. Multiple fish over 5 lbs., with the occasional Lunker over 8 lbs. has become the rule rather than the exception. Very early in the morning remains the best time of day, and although the bite only last a couple of hours, those willing to make the sacrifice have an excellent chance of catching that fish of a lifetime. Pictured below are several of our most recent clients showing off their catches. Until next time…see you on the River! Ocklawaha Fishing Guide Captain Nick Bozman This […]

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Ocklawaha Fishing Report

February 12, 2013

The Bass bite on the Ocklawaha River continues to be very good. On a recent trip several of the Largemouths caught were busting with roe. These spawning fish should always be handled with care and immediately released. The very moderate weather we’ve seen this season has triggered the Bass back into spawning cycles. Expect the bite to remain very good over the next few weeks. Wild shiners remain the best bait for that Trophy Largemouth.   Until next time…see you on the River! Ocklawaha Fishing Guide Captain Nick Bozman This Ocklawaha Fishing Report Is From Ocala Florida Bass Fishing Guide […]

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Offshore Cedar Key Fishing Report

February 12, 2013

Since grouper fishing is shut down, we are mainly fishing within 9 miles. The Sea Bass and Florida snapper (white grunts) are biting good & are a good size in 25-35 ft of water on live bottom and rocky area’s. The big Sheepshead are biting good out on the reefs and rock piles in water 22-30ft deep. We caught 3 over 10lbs using live shrimp, some people like to chum as well, the best is crushed oysters and shells. I got some info on a new homemade chum made of rice, clam juice and menhaden oil mixed with saltwater to […]

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Inshore Cedar Key Fishing Report

February 11, 2013

Just a quick heads up that the speckled trout are still in the back marsh area. But also moving back out on the grass flats and around the island’s and sand bars. The best reports are in the mid afternoon when the sun warms up the waters. The deeper channels in between bars and about 5-8ft have been productive as well. The sheepshead are still biting around the piers and shallow rocks and sand trout and whiting are there also. Till next time, tight lines and safe boating Capt. John blouse This Cedar Key fishing report is from Cedar Key Fishing […]

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The Steinhatchee Area Is Having Good Winter Trout Fishing

February 8, 2013

Hello Big Bend lovers, Just a quick note to let you know we’re alive and well here in Steinhatchee. The river Trout fishing really hasn’t turned into much this year. The mild weather has allowed the water temps to stay mostly in the 60’s. Oh yeah, there are few folks catching fish in the river, but I tend to believe there are some fish that have made it home, and they are there all year. The best fishing is up and down our coast in the tidal ditches and potholes. On days that warm up with southern breezes and sunshine, […]

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