Winter Tactics

The Red Fish bite has slowed over the past few weeks on the Gulf. Recently the best bite has been early in the a.m., and in extremely shallow water. That is typical for this time of year. As water temps drop, the window of opportunity narrows. Many of the pelagic species have migrated, and the […]

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Inshore Fishing Is Hot!

Inshore fishing off the Levy and Citrus County Coasts has improved over the last few weeks. Record numbers of good sized Speckled Trout have been caught around the Trout Stake, just north of the Withlacoochee River. The Redfish bite has also improved. The best time to fish for the Reds is on the last of […]

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Yankeetown Fishing Report: Levy & Citrus County Fishing is Excellent

Hi OutdoorUpdate.com readers, recently we’ve been fishing the flats and near shore oyster bars around the Levy County and Citrus County Coast with excellent results. Recently we headed about 5 miles north of the Withlacoochee River entrance to fish the grass flats for Speckled Trout. Caught several small Specs, but nothing to brag about. After an […]

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TROUT TO TARPON….CATCH “EM WHILE YOU CAN

The Spotted Sea Trout are schooling up off the Levy/Citrus County coasts, along with several other species. Recently, June 6, we headed offshore for some Grouper/Cobia action, but had to go to plan “B” when the offshore seas became too rough to fish. After about an hour of running back inside we ended up at […]

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Fishing Off Of The Levy Citrus County Coast Is Alive and Well

On a recent trip, 5/20, we ran about 5 miles north of the Withalacoochee River entrance at Yankeetown and fished the first 2 hours of the falling tide. Just south of the Waccassasa River, this area of the Gulf of Mexico is referred to as the Grass Flats, and is teaming with aquatic life. We […]

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