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Homosassa Fishing Reports

1:44 PM

The Redfishing in Homosassa Florida is on fire. - With the hot weather of July comes some of the best redfishing Homosassa Florida has to offer. The last 2 hours of the incoming tide and the first two hours of the outgoing tide is the best times to fish for the Reds because that is when they are act more...
Capt. Matthew Locklear - Homosassa

6:28 AM

Homosassa Backcountry Is the Spot - I am fishing with Capt Matt Locklear of Homosassa Backcountry Fishing Charters today. The plan is to sight fish redfish, trout and snook on the flats. We will be using spoons and mirrolures in 3-4 ft depths of gin clear waters. Matt's 24' skiff ha more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa

6:09 PM

Ben, Tony and me Fly-Fishing for Tarpon - Yesterday, my good friend Capt. Tony Matthews and I guided Ben Baumgardner of Gastonia, N.C. for a tarpon hunting adventure. I have guided Ben for 24 years and for someone to stick with me that long is beyond me. But we always have fun and he has more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa

11:41 PM

Fish on the Deck - Released in Grease - This was one heck of a very memorable fishing trip. We had two beautiful days. Visiting from Iowa was our son, John and his wife Tanisha. My daughter, Courtney, Myself and Capt. Randy Cribbs made a boat full. With the tide nearly high, my son, more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa

7:22 AM

Capt. Tony Matthews of Old Homosassa Guide ServiceBen Baumgardne - Ben Baumgardner, son Scotty(age 15) and his Foreman, Kieth had 2 super fish catching days with Capt. Tony Matthews, a Old Homosassa Professional Guide. Ben andI have been fishing together since 1993. The torch has been passed to Tony but now more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa

1:10 PM

The Bite is On! - The weather is nice here on Florida's Nature Coast and the water temperatures have reached 70 degrees so it's time to go catching! The Springtime Smorgasbord has begun! As usually happens when the water temps reached 70, the fish start feeding ag more...
Capt. "Red Ed" Brennan - Homosassa

4:18 PM

Positively Speaking well almost. - At 42 degrees on land, you can bet the gulf temps have dropped. The positives to a cold front is much of the water gets blown out, leaving the flats dry and fish scurrying to the holes. Plus trout will stick around a little longer before head more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa

2:04 PM

Scallop Season 2017 - Great news the Florida Wildlife Commission (FWC) has approved no changes for the 2017 Scallop Season in Citrus County. This year's season will begin on Saturday, July 1st and end on Sunday, September 24th. Florida's scallop fishery has been open only more...
Capt. "Red Ed" Brennan - Homosassa

12:29 PM

Warm Weather Makes Fishing Red Hot in Homosassa, FL. - Happy New Year! The fishing along the Nature Coast is red hot. Inshore species such as trout, redfish, snook and pompano have been tearing it up. Just the other day, bluefish by the hundreds were on inshore rocks in about 7-8 feet of water. We h more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa

6:43 AM

Catching is Pretty Good - So is Fishing - Well, Walt and I fished one of my favorite holes along the Nature Coast. My clients have caught thousands of fish collectively over the past decades. It is a hotspot this time of year. Pompano, trout, bluefish and redfish the same day. A more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa

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