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Homosassa Fishing Reports


2009-07-07
4:50 PM

Live or Die - For the past two months, tarpon has been the main species targeted. For many people, tarpon fishing does not appeal to most fishermen because they are not a food source. Also, not much is known about their behavior. I am not going to get into that more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa


2009-06-25
10:08 AM

Flats Fishing in Homosassa - Flats Fishing in Homosassa Summer time fishing in Homosassa, (pronounced home-uh-SASS-uh), is one of the best times to target large Redfish. Not only has the fishing been hot so is the water with the Gulf of Mexico water temperature, reaching 85 more...
Capt. "Red Ed" Brennan - Homosassa


2009-06-14
5:38 AM

Homosassa - Tarpon, Redfish, Cobia & Grouper - Homosassa - Tarpon, Redfish, Cobia & Grouper Report Date: June 12, 2009 Homosassa - Tarpon, Redfish, Cobia & Grouper The first two weeks of June, have been a GREAT time to be on the water, here in Homosassa, as it's been a real smorgasbord of CA more...
Capt. "Red Ed" Brennan - Homosassa


2009-06-02
11:57 AM

Homosassa Fishing! - Friends: The weather is getting warmer and the Homosassa fishing is heating up! Lots of different species being CAUGHT as the Gulf water temperature reaches 80 degrees, with Tarpon, Snook, Redfish, Speckled Trout, Spanish Mackerel, Cobia and Groupe more...
Capt. "Red Ed" Brennan - Homosassa


2009-05-09
11:20 PM

Hundreds of Tarpon Arrive to Homosassa - Boatman Mike Locklear poled for Lawyer and Angler Peter Moyer of Jackson Hole, Wyoming to 5 consecutive tarpon between 120-160 pounds starting off the 2009 tarpon season with only one other boat in the area as far as the eye could see. Moyer more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa


2009-04-24
10:52 PM

April Weather Confused Anglers and Fish - God provided two outstanding and beautiful days back to back on this April new moon and it looks as though more great fishing weather is on the way. We started out the day fishing for trout in skinny water. Jerry Weisner of Dunn, SC was putting it more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa


2009-04-07
10:50 PM

Crystal River Plantation Inn Home to Fishermen - It was April 4, Saturday about 8:00 as I put in at Pete's Pier. The ramp was slippery than owl crap as I caught myself the first time but went bottoms down the second time. Damn Crocs, I said to myself as I dusted off my pants seat. This morning more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa


2009-03-29
9:51 PM

Homosassa is Gold Redfish Mine - Both redfish and trout action has been very good around Homosassa and Crystal River. John Caldwell Jr. and sons of North Carolina enjoyed landing 21 redfish this past Friday. 4 of those fish were over the 27-inch slot and most averaged about 5 pou more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa


2009-02-23
3:05 PM

Learn to Catch More Fish with Frank Sargeant's Line-Up - Well folks, I am back after a long [but much appreciated] winter off. I always love to kick off the season and get into the mood for guiding anglers to Homosassa's redfish, trout and tarpon with the 18th annual Tampa Tribune Outdoors Exposition host more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa


2008-12-28
10:33 PM

Trout Fishing Steady & Redfish Catches Excellent in 2008 - Hello Readers! Are you glad Christmas is over so we can get down to some serious fishing and maybe a little or a lot of hunting? Recapping the year 2008, the fishing in these parts was pretty good. Plenty of redfish, trout, and Sheepshead were more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa

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