Fishin Is Good

Fishing off the Levy/Citrus County coasts has been good over the past few weeks, although most of the fish are on the move as fall begins and water temps drop. Recently the larger ‘Gator Trout” aka big speckled trout have moved from the extremely deep flats to the more shallow and warmer waters. Look for them […]

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It’s Fair Fishin Off The Levy & Citrus County Coast

Fishing off the Levy/Citrus County Coast remains fair for this time of year. Lots of Sea Trout in the flats, although the majority have been small. During the summer months most of the larger specs caught are in the deeper waters. We typically fish in 7 to 10 feet of water, and although the numbers […]

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Gulf Fishing Is Alive And Well

A Fine Yankeetown Cobia

Fishing on Florida’s Nature Coast is alive and well. Last Thursday all the planets aligned. The tide, time, temperature and weather conditions were all perfect for an offshore trip. I and two of my fishing partners, Doug and Pat, struck out about 8 a.m. from the Yankeetown Public Ramp. We ran offshore about 15 miles […]

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Gulf Fishing Is Alive and Well

Fishing in the Gulf of Mexico is alive and well. Our recent warm spell has the Speckled Trout and Redfish moving from the skinny water (creeks and guts) out onto the shallow flats. Depending on the weather, this may or may not be a temporary situation. January and February is your best bet for those huge […]

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The Speckled Trout, Redfish And Sheephead Are Biting

The Speckled Trout and Redfish are biting good in the back marsh areas. Since it was warmer this weekend, they were biting good on the south side of snake key and in deadmans channel, in 5 to 8 ft channels. The sheepshead are biting good around the docks and some oyster bars and within 2 or […]

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