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Crystal River Fishing Reports


2019-12-02
4:01 PM

November Newsletter - I For one am extremely pleased with the fall weather we are having here in Crystal River, Florida. Wearing a jacket or sweatshirt in the morning and then by 10am peeling that off for a very comfortable 70 degree day is something that I look forwar more...
Capt. Louie Argiro - Crystal River


2019-11-17
3:29 PM

False Albacore Action - If you like fast running, hard fighting fish, then the False Albacore action happening along the Nature Coast is a bite you don't want to miss. Long considered a trash fish by Gulf Coast anglers in search of more prized food fish, False Albacore hav more...
Capt. Kyle Messier - Crystal River


2019-11-09
9:33 AM

November fishing in Crystal River - Inshore bite has been steady lately with water temps in the mid 70's. Trout have moved into 2-3' of water. I've even caught some keepers in the river already. Popping cork and a live shrimp or a gulp shrimp is my general go to but on lower tides we s more...
Capt. Nicholas Warrington - Crystal River


2019-10-17
9:38 AM

Fall Fishing Report (Redfish, Snook, Triple Tail) - As water temperatures drop this time of year we get huge influxes of bait. With all these schooling bait fish comes schools of Mackerel, Bonita, Bluefish, and Jacks. All of which are a blast to catch! Closer inshore around the mangrove islands our more...
Capt. Nicholas Warrington - Crystal River


2019-09-29
5:33 PM

The Bluefish Blitz is on FIRE!!!!! - The Bluefish Blitz is going down just off the coast of Crystal River and Homosassa this month! With the early arrival of Florida's first cold front ushering in lower morning temperatures in recent weeks, many fall like changes have begun taking shap more...
Capt. Kyle Messier - Crystal River


2019-09-20
11:45 AM

September Fishing Report - Hello Everyone, I hope that you all are looking forward to the beautiful weather that fall brings us as we come into the end of September. The only thing better than beautiful weather is beautiful weather and great fishing. Thankfully for us thi more...
Capt. Louie Argiro - Crystal River


2019-08-25
3:14 PM

Juvenile Tarpon Time - It's the time of year along the Nature Coast where the weather has finally turned unbearably hot and sticky, yet our focus is still set on bending a rod no matter the circumstances. Although our local temperatures have been hovering in low 90's late more...
Capt. Kyle Messier - Crystal River


2019-07-21
7:35 PM

Transitioning from Tarpon Time to Shark Hunting. - After focusing on the Nature Coasts World Class Tarpon fishing since May many anglers are starting to ponder their next moves as the migratory season basically wraps up at the end of the July. So what's an angler to do now that Tarpon season 2019 more...
Capt. Kyle Messier - Crystal River


2019-06-12
1:25 PM

Tarpon Time along the Nature Coast - From May-July the shallow flats running from Bayport to Crystal River are a sight fishermen's paradise as giant Silver Kings take over flats that are normally occupied by summer time speckled trout. Fly fishing for tarpon in the shallow pristine w more...
Capt. Kyle Messier - Crystal River


2019-05-10
8:51 PM

May Fishing Report - May Fishing Report Crystal River Fishing has been RED HOT!!! Since the weather has started to even itself out proving that our last cold front has passed our water temperatures have risen and so have the amount of bites our anglers are getting eve more...
Capt. Louie Argiro - Crystal River

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