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Fishing Reports by Capt. Kyle Messier


2008-11-19
9:59 AM

tons of Angling Opportunities Available - The up and down temperatures and the unpredictable weather of November can be very challenging for anglers, but for those anglers who show patience and pay attention to detail this time of year can result in some of the best and biggest catches of th more...
Capt. Kyle Messier - Crystal River


2008-10-22
10:17 AM

Awesome Speckled Trout Fishing!! - October has been a great month for fishing along the Nature Coast. Light winds and cooling temperatures have not only made fishing more comfortable but they have also helped to make the inshore fishing more productive. No species of fish benefits m more...
Capt. Kyle Messier - Crystal River


2008-09-30
12:14 PM

Fall Fishing Excitement - With temperatures finally beginning to cool here along the Nature Coast fall has appeared to start gaining the upper hand from the summer heat. With cooling air temperatures, falling water temperatures are not far behind. Early last week I was fish more...
Capt. Kyle Messier - Crystal River


2008-08-24
8:09 AM

Rainy days of Redfishing - As I sit here watching the rain come down from Tropical Storm Fay with no electricity, I am gaining a little more respect for Mother Nature and her furry. It seems like it was just yesterday when I sat in my house for 10 days without any power beca more...
Capt. Kyle Messier - Crystal River


2008-08-04
4:26 PM

Topwater Redfishing!!!!! - What makes inshore light tackle fishing so special? Is it the variety of species an angler can pursue? Is it the awesome scenery? Is it the anticipation of the one-on-one battle that every angler looks forward to? In my opinion what makes inshore more...
Capt. Kyle Messier - Crystal River


2008-06-29
11:18 AM

Red Hot Temps = Awesome Redfishing - WhooHoo!!! Boy is it hot out there. With air temperatures' running in the low 90's and water temps hovering close to 89-90 degrees early mornings and late evenings have been where the best bites are at. Lately, my clients and I have been leaving th more...
Capt. Kyle Messier - Crystal River


2008-05-27
6:04 PM

The Time for a Slam is Now!!! - If you're interested in pursuing a Nature Coast Slam there is no better time than right now. With water temps hovering around the upper 70's into the low 80's, a majority of migratory and native fish species are here along the Nature Coast and feedi more...
Capt. Kyle Messier - Crystal River


2008-05-05
12:39 PM

Sight casting time of Year - April and May are two of my favorite months of the year to fish (besides the other 10). With hardly any rain and almost perfect weather days it's no wonder why people come from all over the world to fish the famous flats of Crystal River and Homosas more...
Capt. Kyle Messier - Crystal River


2008-04-09
5:15 PM

First Inshore Slam of 2008 - This past week Mother Nature showed the ugly side of her head by giving myself and many other Nature Coast anglers an extreme shot of wind and rain. Now April is normally considered the driest month that we Floridians can count on but over a 3 day s more...
Capt. Kyle Messier - Crystal River


2008-03-24
2:31 PM

Spanish Mack Attack !!!!!! - WOW! What a month. Warm weather, little rain, and light winds have all created perfect conditions for tons of baitfish to start swarming many of the local flats, back bays, wrecks and reefs the Crystal River and Homosassa area has to offer. It more...
Capt. Kyle Messier - Crystal River

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