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Fishing Reports by Capt. Mike Locklear


2011-02-15
6:57 AM

It's time; to head Outdoors! - While it is in the middle 40-'s outside the water is expected to take a warm turn for a week or two. Come and join this me week. Maybe I will see you on the water. Redfish Do whatever you can to keep the number of redfish at one per person more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa


2010-12-03
9:21 AM

Kennedy Brothers' Reunite with Locklear 23 Years Later. - Homosassa Fishing Report December 3, 2010 I still have a few faithful clients but Denny came out of the woodwork. It was fun fishing and we used one/eight oz. red Cotee jig heads with Gulp 3-inch shrimp tails in camo. Someone left the freezer more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa


2010-11-30
11:27 PM

Spotted Sea Trout and Gag Grouper red hot off Homosassa - Homosassa and Crystal River Fishing has been red hot. On fire. Redfish, trout, grouper, sea bass, and grunts to name a few. A 22-year client, Dennis Kennedy of Tampa-Homosassa and brother Brad of the Chessehead state enjoyed a beautiful day on t more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa


2010-11-03
10:19 PM

Homosassa Guide Association Changes Guard - Guiding Homosassa clients to spotted seatrout and redfish is the staple gig for Association guides. The limits of trout have been easy to attain for some guides and their clients fishing over rock grass in the 3-4 foot depths near the Birdrack off S more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa


2010-10-15
12:07 PM

Apalachicola to Homosassa Fall Redfish Report - Fall redfish on the Nature Coast are always more abundant and in larger migratory schools. This year, most of the redfish showed up a little late, a few days after new moon of September. This means the redfish should be here well into October more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa


2010-10-03
10:38 PM

Tampa Bay to Apalachicola - My personal weather forecast from TBO.coms Brooks Garner e-mail headlined today as gorgeous, and tomorrow as fantastic. He says if you like today, you will love tomorrow. Well, I did not like today and tomorrow I will probably hate the weather more more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa


2010-09-29
11:22 AM

Fall Redfish around the Big Bend - Fall redfish on the Nature Coast are always more abundant and in larger migratory schools. This year, most of the redfish showed up a little late, a few days after new moon of September. This means the redfish should be here well into October unti more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa


2010-08-29
12:26 PM

"Oil Spill" & the fate of the tarpon off west coast of Florida - For over 15 years I have been plying northern waters of Homosassa Florida. About 120 miles as the crow flies and a few degrees cooler, that comes in real nice during the summer months. The place is The Forgotten Coast. In fact, the human pop more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa


2010-07-30
8:01 AM

Capt. Locklear says fly caught tarpon hungry! - Tarpon season for me is nearly over except I will not put away my fly rods until after Labor Day. If you are trying to get a last shot at hungry tarpon on the fly, I am open this coming Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. This past season was so more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa


2010-06-30
2:14 PM

Tarpon on the Fly in Apalachicola - Friends, tarpon fishing on the fly has to be the best sport of any species on the planet. First you have to learn to handle a big rod like a 10-11 or 12 weight. If you are already there then that is a plus. Even if you never have thrown at t more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa

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