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Fishing Reports by Capt. Mike Locklear


2010-06-12
6:59 AM

Tarpon Telegraph - Tom Evans record 194.1 pound tarpon became official recently by the IGFA. Capt. Al Dopirak of Crystal Springs gave me the word a few days ago. The tippet was tested and broke at 9 pounds 8 ounces. That will make the big momma into the record boo more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa


2010-05-31
6:03 AM

World Record Tarpon Pending IGFA Approval - Although May tarpon sightings were at the lowest point that I have seen in my career as a tarpon fly fishing guide in Homosassa because of record cold winter, the highlight was Tom Evans record tarpon. Weighing in at 194.1 pounds on 12 lb. t more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa


2010-05-06
8:19 AM

Quest for Ocean Tarpon in Homosassa Florida - It was May 2nd and day one of Donald Barrett from the far northeast corner of America. The sun is out over Homosassa's flats and tarpon with fly rod in Barrett's hand is ready. Armed with a hand tied fly by Jim Swann of Dade City, Florida. A rat more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa


2010-04-25
1:05 AM

Save The Trout Florida - First, a Homosassa redfish report. Well, finally after a tough decision of many good anglers this past month to mention, none was more thankful and proud of this personal best redfish than Brian Hooks of Atlanta, Georgia. On Easter Sund more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa


2010-04-21
11:30 PM

Homosasa's Action is getting red hot! - Well, it will not be too long before Mrs. 217-pound Poon and her tag along(s) will grace us with their silver armor and glorious bodies. Right now we are catching some trout, macks, blues and pomps. B-o-r-i-n-g when poon fever takes hold. more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa


2010-03-19
1:04 PM

Will Trout and Redfish warm up to Homosassa Anglers This Week? - The last two week of March is unpredictable. The temperatrures are to reach 70 degrees over land. 60-65 might be the high on the gulf. The gulf water on Tuesday was 59 degrees at the mouth of the Homosassa River. This time last year and the y more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa


2010-02-26
7:46 AM

Homosassa Red Fishing - Homosassa red fishing is suffering just a tad. There seems to be more .coms with aforementioned than redfish. But there is a more appealing first cuz to Mr. Bull Red named the Black Drum. Only because of their huge size, am I interested more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa


2010-02-15
2:35 PM

Fish Freaks - Go Fish - Play Cards - Casinos - Hello Everyone! I am so freaked.....OUT! SEE YOU IN MARCH Our neighbors to the south, the children of devastation deserve a chance....donate now to the Red Cross. MEMO: For Immediate Release Contact: Gary Dollahon, gary@dollahonpr.co more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa


2010-01-29
6:56 AM

Why I Don't Want to Write--I would rather fish!!! - Folks, I don't have much to say but if a picture says a 1000 words then I have just uploaded about 30,000 words. If you would like to see what I am catching please go to my photo gallery. Seems I have so much time on my hands that all I do is more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa


2010-01-01
4:08 PM

New Year Brings the Blues(fish) - Happy New Year Everyone! May you catch one so big that even you will not have to lie! Just added a few new pictures since yesterday. You can browse all my fishing reports in archives back to 2004: http://cyberangler.com/fishing-reports/mikelockle more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa

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