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

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 and channel markers) said yes […]

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The Water is Clearing Up & Change is Coming

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 are changing, so fish will […]

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Fishing Report, This time of year its best to be an Early Bird

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 […]

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