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Homosassa Fishing Reports


2009-02-23
3:05 PM

Learn to Catch More Fish with Frank Sargeant's Line-Up - Well folks, I am back after a long [but much appreciated] winter off. I always love to kick off the season and get into the mood for guiding anglers to Homosassa's redfish, trout and tarpon with the 18th annual Tampa Tribune Outdoors Exposition host more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa


2008-12-28
10:33 PM

Trout Fishing Steady & Redfish Catches Excellent in 2008 - Hello Readers! Are you glad Christmas is over so we can get down to some serious fishing and maybe a little or a lot of hunting? Recapping the year 2008, the fishing in these parts was pretty good. Plenty of redfish, trout, and Sheepshead were more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa


2008-11-04
7:43 AM

Power Pro Line Casting Tips for Tangle Free Casting - After I make a cast, I ALWAYS close my bail by hand just before the rig lands in the water. This does two things. It keeps the running line from tangling around the top of the cork and the line should become tight both on the spool and to your rig. more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa


2008-10-16
5:41 AM

Tips To Land Homosassa Trout - Action for spotted seatrout has been good and went to excellent this past week. Sizes have been ranging from a little under 15-inches to 19-inches. Landing limits of 5 per person has been easily attained if you are adapt at working the cork rig. more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa


2008-08-19
7:26 AM

World's Largest Tarpon On Fly Released - Homosassa - Folks this story is about the world's largest tarpon ever caught on the fly rod. There are not words to describe the passion that overwhelms a tarpon angler. They are truly junkies. The setting is Peter Moyer and Mike Locklear together pu more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa


2008-08-17
10:59 PM

World's Largest Tarpon on Fly Homosassa - Folks this story is about the world's largest tarpon ever caught on the fly rod. There are not words to describe the passion that overwhelms a tarpon angler. They are truly junkies. The setting is Peter Moyer and Mike Locklear together more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa


2008-06-08
10:23 PM

Cheers for the Tarpon - He faced away from us less than 30 feet. After a low sidearm cast, Bob and I watched the prey land lightly then float down in front of the 5-foot long predator, then in a micro-second the prey disappeared into the Predator's bucket sized mouth w more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa


2008-05-21
12:15 PM

Giant Homosassa Tarpon Landed - Without a doubt, fly fishing for tarpon gets in the blood and when you come from a family of tarpon guides. As much as I try to relax about the sport I still get so excited when I look at these huge fish that Homosassa offers. Being back on t more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa


2008-05-19
7:01 AM

Tarpon Fishing Gets In Your Blood - Without a doubt, fly fishing for tarpon gets in the blood and when you come from a family of tarpon guides I think it is in the genes. As much as I try to relax about the sport I still get so excited when I look at these huge fish that Homosassa off more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa


2008-05-05
7:48 AM

Tarpon is King in May at Homosassa - Surely as the sun comes up everyday, so do the tarpon come up or in from deep water. As an angler, I would be so excited to lay a fly in front of a laid up or cruising poon. Instead, my job is to give clients shots on fish from all over the cou more...
Capt. Mike Locklear - Homosassa

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