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Crystal River Redfishing

Capt. Nicholas Warrington
September 21, 2020
Crystal River - Saltwater Fishing Report

The redfish bite the past few weeks throughout our region has been very good. Majority of these fish have been in the 18-27" slot but we're starting to see some of those 30-35" fatties. Pinfish, shrimp, cut ladyfish, or soft plastics it hasn't really mattered. Just find mullet around structure and moving water. Temps have been teetering around 81-83F most days.

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Crystal River Fishing Forecast:

There's already ton's of bait out on the flats and we've seen some decent schools of Spanish Macks/jacks working them. As temps begin to cool our grass flats will have more and more action. Spotted sea trout have already begun their move into shallow water.

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Capt. Nick Warrington is a full time inshore and offshore fishing guide out of Crystal River, Florida. Snook, Redfish, Spotted Seatrout, Cobia, Triple Tail, Grouper, Snapper, Shark and Mackerel are some of the species targeted on charters. Book your next Florida fishing adventure with us!

Contact Info:

nicholas warrington
900 N Appalachian Terrace
Crystal River, FL 34429
Phone: 352-212-5070
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