Once again the stars all lined up and we got back out to the Gulf of Mexico. I can’t remember a windier winter/spring season ever.

Although last Wednesday, 4/7, was one of the worst days this month to fish (tide wise), the weather was cooperating, so we headed out to do some prospecting.

We started out fishing for Reds around the Withalacoochee Reefs” area, just off the Levy County Coast, without much luck. Only caught a couple “Rats”, and not much else.

As the tide started ebbing, we ran out to the grass flats for some Trout action. The water temperature reached 74 degrees by 2 p.m., and the bite was on!

Although we didn’t get any huge “Gators”, the bite was good for most of the afternoon. Considering the very weak tide, we did very well.

David Smith, pictured below, got a big surprise on the last cast. A 12 lb. Jack Cravelle caught under a Cajun Thunder with 12 lb. test line.

Remember, God Loves A Fisherman
Good Luck
Captain Nick

This Yankee Town, Florida Fishing Report is from Yankeetown Florida Fishing Guide Captain Nick

David Smith With A 12 lb. Jack Cravelle

The peace and quiet of the river, the cast of the rod, the strike, and the sound of your voice saying,

"I Got One",

ringing across the water and into the forest.

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