Some Kinda-Drum

September 11, 2008

High winds have kept us from any saltwater trips recently. I have received a report or two from a few “die hard anglers”. For the most part, the fishing was slow. A Redfish here and there. On the other hand, several huge Black Drum,, between 30 and 80 lbs., were […]

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As A Guide it’s Important to Be Able to Adapt.

September 10, 2008

As a guide it’s a good idea to have a plan, but just as important to be able to adapt Friday morning case in point. I didn’t think I had enough water to fish for Reds, but on my way out the river, some of my tide level gauges(shell bars […]

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BETTER GET THEM WHILE YOU CAN!!

September 5, 2008

Snook season opened Sept. 1 and closes Nov. 30. Don’t forget the required stamp and the latest slot limit, 28-33 inches. Also, scallop season closes next weekend, Sept. 10, so again, Better get-em while you can! To be perfectly honest, we haven’t fished the Gulf of Mexico since last Friday […]

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The Water is Clearing Up & Change is Coming

September 3, 2008

We have 7 days of scallop season left and the water is clearing up. By the weekend I bet the visibility will be good. It’s still summertime fishing, however, Trout are biting. Keep in? mind this time of year is about change, and I don’t mean politics. I mean conditions […]

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Fishing report for the Yankeetown & Crystal River Area

August 30, 2008

Saltwater/Yankeetown (Nearshore) “Fish of the Day” On a recent trip, Rich and Bridgette Whitney, of Tampa, caught a variety of fish while fishing the grass flats and spoil islands off of Yankeetown..Species caught included Trout, Small Grouper, and Redfish, along with the typical by-catch. Bridgette ended up the trip catching […]

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