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Fishing Reports by Capt. Kyle Messier


2010-09-22
6:26 AM

The Fun of Fall Fishing - Cooling temps, changing weather patterns and an abundance of bait fish are what most anglers are homing in on these days on the local flats off the Nature Coast. As the summer heat begins to give way to cooling temps and fall breezes, many inshore f more...
Capt. Kyle Messier - Crystal River


2010-08-19
9:59 AM

Inshore Fishing Excitement!!! - With the dog days of summer almost behind us, and fall fishing patterns starting to take root along many of the inshore fishing areas scattered through out the Nature Coast all eyes will soon turn to the shallows in preparation for what can only be c more...
Capt. Kyle Messier - Crystal River


2010-07-13
9:51 AM

Tails and Teeth!!! - The warm days of July have already provided many anglers with early surprises this month. Huge schools of feeding Redfish, an abundance of scallops in shallow water and the early arrival of many hard fighting sharks in some of the deeper waters and more...
Capt. Kyle Messier - Crystal River


2010-06-16
9:41 AM

Redfish, Tripletail, Cobia, and Grouper Action!!! - Wow!! What an unbelievable last couple of weeks in the world of fishing off of Crystal River and Homosassa. World Records have been broken, huge schools of Redfish have showed up early on many of the local flats, the Tripletail have finally showed more...
Capt. Kyle Messier - Crystal River


2010-05-17
9:34 AM

Surprises of Salt Water Fishing - What are a few of the reasons that make saltwater fishing so exciting and enjoyable? Is it that fact that the scenery is second to none? Is it because the salty air brings back old memories? For most anglers the endless possibilities of every cast more...
Capt. Kyle Messier - Crystal River


2010-04-09
11:09 AM

Crystal River fishing Red Hot!!! - Yeah! April is finally here!!!! This is the time of year that all Nature Coast anglers look forward to the most. Warmer weather, longer days, lighter winds, gin clear water and the spring arrival of some of the Worlds most sought after game fish more...
Capt. Kyle Messier - Crystal River


2010-03-03
10:51 AM

BIG BAD DRUM!!!!!! - * Remember Speckled Trout Season Opens in March along the Nature Coast * I will start this fishing report by saying GOODBYE!! and GOOD WRITTENS!! to January and February. I myself and I can imagine most of the country feels the same way. With t more...
Capt. Kyle Messier - Crystal River


2010-02-12
11:00 AM

Crystal River still Catching in February - When thinking of February most people seem to think it is either to cold, windy or the fish just don't bite in February. Well let me tell you that this idea is way off base and far from the truth. February was actually the best month of 2009 for BI more...
Capt. Kyle Messier - Crystal River


2010-01-10
10:12 AM

Don't let the Cold Weather Scare You!!!! - Well folks like most of you I am anxiously awaiting the arrival of Spring. As if you have not heard yet our area of Crystal River and Homosassa has been battered by one of the longest, most brutal cold snaps our area has seen in years. To make matt more...
Capt. Kyle Messier - Crystal River


2009-12-04
10:43 AM

Crystal River Fishing as good as advertised!!!! - Winter finally has settled in here along the Nature Coast of Crystal River and Homosassa. With temperatures hovering around a bone chilling 69 degrees life is tough here in the sunshine state. Please don't let me sarcasm fool you, our winter months more...
Capt. Kyle Messier - Crystal River

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