It’s still summertime here in Steinhatchee, but there are hints of change, a couple of mornings below 70 degrees will have you hunting a jacket for the boatride. Speckled Trout bite will pickup on the deeper flats. Shallow Trout should also bite more often with water temps dropping. We are also looking forward to our […]Read More »
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 […]Read More »
his is going to be more of a scallop report, than a fishing report, for the simple fact that is mostly what I’ve been doing, guiding scallop trips.
Dirty water is haunting us again this year. The difference is we still have clear water with scallops to the north and south of the
Yes, there is a pattern, when it’s storming I’m in the office. It has been a couple of weeks since I posted a report. Honestly I really haven’t had much to say. My parties and I have chased clear water as far 18.5 nautical miles from the Steinhatchee River. And I have found it and Scallops. […]Read More »
Near record high temperatures throughout the Big Bend region have really effected the fishing. Water temps are already up to 90 degrees. On our most recent trips the best bite for the Trout and Redfish has been very early in the morning, typical for late summer. For best result, plan your trip accordingly, and if […]Read More »