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Fishing Report for Homosassa, Florida

Capt. Mike Locklear
August 22, 2007
Homosassa - Saltwater Fishing Report

Homosassa Redfish Action Heats Up

Scallop Limits Abound!

Plenty of excellent redfish action has been and will continue to be enjoyed by those who don't mind the heat. Please go to my photo gallery at http://www.homosassafishing.com for recent trips like the one with Matt Clark of Lakeland, Florida.

More than 50 redfish were caught and released. Some were over the slot at 28 & 29 inches. It did not seem to matter what we threw at the fish as they were eating just about every lure and bait conceivable.

Scallop season is still going strong in Homosassa with many folks easily getting there limits within one or two hours. While up at Alligator Point last week, Courtney Locklear and Rachel Frazier joined me at St. Marks where we got all we wanted in less than two hours. A tip is to try and be in the water near low tide so you can get to the scallops easier that are in 6-8 feet of water during high tide. 4-5 feet of water sure is easier to dive in than 6-8 feet.

We finally all ate at Angelo and Son's Seafood Restaurant near Panacea over the water at Ochlocknee Bay and the food is the same and superb. We went early around 4:30 P.M. to beat the crowds. There Greek salads with the house dressing are delicious. Their fried seafood is cooked just the right amount of time to a light golden brown texture. Not too much breading. Here you always get the real deal whether it is grouper, snapper or pompano.

There are several other delicious eateries that also serve fresh local seafood that include the Coastal Restaurant, The Landings, Posey's Seafood, Hook Wreck Henrys and the Harbor House. All in Panacea. I just have a special love for Angelo’s.

Remember if you are too busy to go fishing, you are just too busy!

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Flint Creek Outfitters
14129 7th St.
Dade City, FL 33525
Phone: 813-681-1888
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