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Fishing Reports by Capt. Kyle Messier


2009-05-18
4:39 PM

Cobia Invasion!!!!!! - Beautiful weather, tons of bait, and slick calm fishing days help me to realize why I love Florida fishing this time of year. There are very few places in the world where you can come into contact with all three of these scenarios and on top of that more...
Capt. Kyle Messier - Crystal River


2009-04-28
8:59 AM

Pelagics on Fire along Nature Coast! - Finally!! The warm weather is here to stay. Air temps are hanging in the 80's and water temps are finally cemented in the low to mid 70's. This combination of warm air and water is a recipe for disaster along the Nature Coast of Florida. The warm more...
Capt. Kyle Messier - Crystal River


2009-04-06
9:35 AM

Bull Reds and Big Macks - Spring has finally arrived and all signs are pointing to another fantastic fall fishing extravaganza. Acres of bait are covering the flats and most of the mangroves and lush turtle grass beds have already filtered the water enough to turn the local more...
Capt. Kyle Messier - Crystal River


2009-03-15
8:14 PM

Red Hot Fishing Charters - WOW!!! Hopefully the up and down weather of the winter is finally over. This has definitely been one of the coolest winters in recent memories, but interestingly enough the fishing must have not known that we were being battered with near freezing more...
Capt. Kyle Messier - Crystal River


2009-01-30
10:51 AM

Big Fish Loading Up!!! - Hot, Cold, Hot, Cold!! Its hard to predict the weather right now, but something that has been very predictable is the large schools of fish pushing all over our local flats. Big schools of Redfish and even Bigger schools of Giant Black Drum have be more...
Capt. Kyle Messier - Crystal River


2009-01-13
5:01 PM

What a year both Past and Present. - What a year! 2008 was definitely one for the record books. There were record amounts of Redfish, Speckled Trout, Sheephead, Spanish Mackerel, Bonita, Grouper and Sharks all roaming our local area flats. Most of these fish were larger, roamed the a more...
Capt. Kyle Messier - Crystal River


2008-11-19
9:59 AM

tons of Angling Opportunities Available - The up and down temperatures and the unpredictable weather of November can be very challenging for anglers, but for those anglers who show patience and pay attention to detail this time of year can result in some of the best and biggest catches of th more...
Capt. Kyle Messier - Crystal River


2008-10-22
10:17 AM

Awesome Speckled Trout Fishing!! - October has been a great month for fishing along the Nature Coast. Light winds and cooling temperatures have not only made fishing more comfortable but they have also helped to make the inshore fishing more productive. No species of fish benefits m more...
Capt. Kyle Messier - Crystal River


2008-09-30
12:14 PM

Fall Fishing Excitement - With temperatures finally beginning to cool here along the Nature Coast fall has appeared to start gaining the upper hand from the summer heat. With cooling air temperatures, falling water temperatures are not far behind. Early last week I was fish more...
Capt. Kyle Messier - Crystal River


2008-08-24
8:09 AM

Rainy days of Redfishing - As I sit here watching the rain come down from Tropical Storm Fay with no electricity, I am gaining a little more respect for Mother Nature and her furry. It seems like it was just yesterday when I sat in my house for 10 days without any power beca more...
Capt. Kyle Messier - Crystal River

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