20 Bass Caught and Released, What A Trip!

June 27, 2011

The Ocklawaha River is up! Recent rainfall, along with the Dam at Moss Bluff being temporarily open, has the water level higher than we have seen in over a year. On our last few trips, the Largemouth Bass bite has improved. We’ve caught and released 20 Bass on a recent […]

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Christmas Fishing, A Family Tradition

January 2, 2009

Northeast Florida, Ocklawaha Fishing Report ” A Family Tradition” Spent another Christmas Day fishing. Boy, the sacrifices we must make…Actually years ago I decided to start a new family tradition and fish on Christmas Day…. It caught on, and I’ve done my best to keep it up over the years. […]

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Ocklawaha Fishing Report, BEST OFFICE IN THE WORLD!

October 22, 2008

BEST OFFICE IN THE WORLD We fished several locations of the Ocklawaha River on several different occasions throughout the past week with varying results.    On 10/12, my client, Rick, in town from New Jersey, caught a few small Bass, several large Pike, along with a couple Garr fish and […]

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“Not bad for an Ocklawaha punt”

October 7, 2008

Had a Grouper trip off the Citrus County coast scheduled for Friday, 10/30, but Mother Nature had other plans.   At 4:30 a.m. the weather buoy offshore of Homosassa was registering 12 to 15 knot winds.  Not a good sign. Time to punt Called my client, Mr. Scott Van Beek, […]

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Lady Lucky

September 11, 2008

Well folks she has done it again. In last weeks saltwater report, I wrote that Rich and Bridgette Whitney of Tampa, had caught a variety of fish, with Bridgette catching the fish of the day, a 24 inch Redfish. Monday, 9/08, I had the pleasure of taking the same couple […]

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This Week on the Oklawaha With Captain Nick

August 14, 2008

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 […]

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