Oklawaha/Freshwater Thanks to Tropical Storm Fay, water levels on the Silver and Oklawaha Rivers have risen dramatically. On Monday, we did a re-con trip and found the dock at the Ocala Boat Basin about a foot under water. The Silver River entrance was virtually blocked by downed trees. We did manage to get down the […]Read More »
Freshwater: Bass fishing on the Oklawaha River has been hit and miss lately. Lots of small schooling large mouth everywhere, but the big-uns we’ve really had to work for. On the other hand, if you like Pike(Chain Pickerel), fishing the action is non stop. The best bet is to use downsized light action tackle for the schoolers (they […]Read More »
The peace and quiet of the river, the cast of the rod, the strike, and the sound of your voice saying,
"I Got One",
ringing across the water and into the forest.
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Saltwater Nearshore/Inshore: Water temps inside are way up this time of year, shortening up the window of opportunity to catch fish. On Sunday, we fished the spoil islands just south of the Florida Barge Canal, and the bite was very slow. Blame it on the week tide, late start, or the 86 degree water temp. […]Read More »
Gulf of Mexico (Cedar Key to Crystal River) High water temps have pushed most everything we fish for to deeper water. Lately, the best Trout bite has been early morning, in 6 to 8 feet of water. We’ve recently been fishing the grass flats in the Lowes Bay area with mixed results. The Reds have […]Read More »