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Apalachicola, Carrabelle and St. George Island

Seafood Festival in Apalachicola, FL Nov. 2-3, 2012

by on Oct.19, 2012, under Apalachicola, Carrabelle and St. George Island

Friday, November 2, 2012 through Saturday, November 3, 2012

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Florida Seafood Festival

49th annual Florida’s oldest maritime event, the Florida Seafood Festival, is a two-day celebration of great fresh quality seafood that annually draws thousands of visitors to the historic town of Apalachicola in scenic Franklin County. The Festival is held at the mouth of the Apalachicola river under the shady oaks of Apalachicola’s Battery Park. The festival features delicious seafood, arts and crafts exhibits, seafood related events and musical entertainment – this year’s headliner is Lee Brice. Some of the notable events includes Oyster Eating and Oyster Shucking contest, Blue Crab Races, Cooking Contest, a downtown Parade, 5k Redfish Run and the Blessing of the Fleet.

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Kevin’s RedTrout Shootout, April 14, 2012, Carrabelle

by on Mar.26, 2012, under Apalachicola, Carrabelle and St. George Island, Port St. Joe, Mexico Beach and St. Joseph Bay, Shell Point to Lanark, Ochlockonee Bay, St. Marks, Aucilla and Econfina

Sponsored by Kevin’s Fine Outdoor Gear & Apparel (Tallahassee, FL and Thomasville, GA), this event has $10,000 in cash prizes, a great banquet/auction, and a bikini contest.  There’s a $125 per boat entry fee, but discounts are available if you register by April 2.  For complete information, logon to redtroutshootout.com

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Lanark Village Market Re-Opens, 2011

by on Jan.11, 2012, under Apalachicola, Carrabelle and St. George Island, Shell Point to Lanark, Ochlockonee Bay

Caron Ulrich opened the store again this past spring. It’s looking a lot better and has non-ethanol gas and supplies. There is a Lanark Market page on facebook.
(link: www.facebook.com/pages/Lanark-Market/247264475301629)

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Don’t Miss the ‘Sharks and Chablis Wine Tasting & Seafood Buffet’ in Panacea on May 15, 2011

by on May.08, 2011, under Apalachicola, Carrabelle and St. George Island, Shell Point to Lanark, Ochlockonee Bay, St. Marks, Aucilla and Econfina

This event, benefitting the Gulf Specimen Marine Laboratory in Panacea should be lots of fun.  It’s Sunday, May 15, from 4-7PM.  For more information, see the Marine Specimen Lab’s Web site or call (850) 984-5297

Sharks & Chablis

This year's Sharks & Chablis event in Panacea will be bigger and better than ever before.

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Kevin’s REDTROUT Shootout, April 2, 2011 at Carrabelle

by on Mar.18, 2011, under Apalachicola, Carrabelle and St. George Island, Shell Point to Lanark, Ochlockonee Bay, St. Marks, Aucilla and Econfina

Kevin’s Fine Outdoor Gear and Apparel is sponsoring the REDTROUT SHOOTOUT in Carrabelle, April 2, 2011.  The event is all about catching fish, but there will also be a banquet, auction and a bikini contest!  See the redtroutshootout Web site for complete details.

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February 2011 Redfishin’ Report from Robinson Brothers, Apalachicola

by on Feb.17, 2011, under Apalachicola, Carrabelle and St. George Island

On Feb 2nd the Apalachicola groundhog, (aka Capt. Tommy Robinson) poked his head outside and failing to see his shadow declared an early spring and promptly headed down to the Keys to start fishing for Permit. For those of us left behind here in Apalach, we have been blessed for the past two weeks with a good dose of spring conditions. Clear skies, zero percent chance of rain, warmish days 60-70 degrees with mild winds and cool evenings 40-50 degrees. Note: Tommy has 1 or 2 weekend trips still open in the Keys.

Capt. David Heinke has reported large schools of bull redfish that have assembled along the beaches of our barrier islands, with daily catches of reds in the 15-30lbs class. “The fish are on top in fairly shallow water, so we are able to sight cast to the fish. The reds are readily taking flies and of course any jig thrown their way. As long as this pattern holds–and the long range forecast says it will–these fish should be around and catchable for awhile”.

And if you don’t care about the fishing, but still would like to see our area by water, we offer sight-seeing & shelling trips, sunset cruises and river tours based out of Apalachicola.

Stop by & see us if you come to Apalachicola during your spring break!

Kathy & Valerie
Robinson Brothers Guide Service
118 Commerce St.
Apalachicola, Florida
877-6Redfish or 850-653-8896

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Winter to Spring…Apalachicola Fishing Report, 1/25/11, from Robinson Brothers Guide Service

by on Jan.25, 2011, under Apalachicola, Carrabelle and St. George Island

In the last week or so I’ve had at least 3 people ask me what I do this time of year, since there’s not any fishing here now. ??? Oh misinformed ones, let me explain to you how it’s not all about cleaning closets & emptying the recycling bin in the winter time, although that’s been done. This is the time of year when we’re nagging people to get their deposits in or lose their days this summer, plus there’s always the IRS to keep happy.  And I’m happy to report that less than a week ago Capt. Nathan Donahoe caught 10 redfish over 20 lbs (like the one above) and 5 keeper sized Reds. IS there fishing this time of year? Oh, Heck Yeah!! Some days are warmer than others and some fish like it cold – like stripers, but you actually CAN have a successful day of fishing here in the winter time. Believe it or not!

In just a few weeks, Spring Breakers will be heading our way and fishing from our boats and our beaches for trout & spanish mackerel and many other species of inshore fish. Just a heads up to those of you who are planning to be here for your spring break to make sure to reserve your favorite Captain before someone else gets to them. If you can’t remember their name, check out our Captains Bios on the Guide Service website. Or you can call me or Valerie – we can hook you up!

Hope to see you soon!
Happy (what’s the next holiday? Oh, yeah!) Groundhog Day!

Kathy Robinson
Robinson Brothers Guide Service
Apalachicola, Florida
1-877-6-Redfish or 850-653-8896

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Nature Coast Fishing Report, October 3, 2010 from Capt. Mike Locklear

by on Oct.04, 2010, under Apalachicola, Carrabelle and St. George Island, Cedar Key, Chassahowitzka and Homosassa, Horseshoe Beach, Keaton Beach to Fenholloway, Ozello to Crystal River, Shell Point to Lanark, Ochlockonee Bay, St. Marks, Aucilla and Econfina, Steinhatchee, Suwannee, Yankeetown and Waccasassa

My personal weather forecast from TBO.com Brooks Garner e-mail headlined today as gorgeous, and tomorrow as fantastic.  He says if you like today, you will love tomorrow.  Well, I did not like today and tomorrow I will probably hate the weather more!  Why?  Because if you are fishing with a hook and line,  fish don’t like to eat with such a weather change.

Now that is not everyone, that is just me talking the talk.  Brooks Garner is absolutely correct when he mentioned the humidity will be not noticeable and we might need a jacket to wear out this week as the wind forecast is from the north most of the week at 15-20 knots.

My good friend and guide buddy, Capt. Jim Long was out today and by lunch he only had one trout in the box.  Man does this sound like lockjaw city?   I failed to call him to see how the afternoon fared.  He did his usual goodbye by saying, “I got to go” (to net a fish).

We do have one thing in our favor this week, the new moon is approaching and that could override the high pressure system and at least the redfish might like to chew if you can drag a tasty critter in front of its nose, like a live shrimp.  The pinfish will scurry into the deeper holes from the flats and some will move closer into the river.  Hmm….what does that mean?  Maybe some trout and redfish will come in closer to the creek mouths as well.

After 35 years fishing, I can say that fish are much like people.  They do not eat as well when they are cold all of a sudden and there is not any hot chocolate in the water they can passify themselves with!  They will be on the move and possibly a wave of trout will come up on the flats with this new moon later this week.

One thing is for sure, bluefish and sheepshead do not care how cold it gets.  Spanish mackerel will move south from the panhandle and so will  Kingfish.  So depending what your quarry is, the gags and red grouper should move closer in, especially as November comes into play.

Some would say that a high pressure system pushes the atmosphere down onto the water and finicky fish like spotted seatrout don’t like that either.  I have heard and quoted many times, when the wind is from the north stay in port.

Well folks, not me, I am going out on a charter tomorrow and Tuesday.  I would say that my work is cut out for me.  Today, I finished my live well system to accommodate any type of finfish but not shrimp (yet).  I have a fresh stream of aerated sea water pumping in from the bottom and a one -inch drain near the top.  The system works well but I had to install a check valve so the water does not drain out from the bottom input source.  Trial and error is the only method I know when I do the work.  Man, that was some project but after a trip to Home Depot, I found what I needed.

And my Lowrance HD-5 was successfully installed on my Carolina skiff.  The summer Bimini has been taken off and stored for the winter.  I am really looking forward to some cooler weather.
There sure is a lot of work going into getting ready for a charter.

My tackle box will include some D.O.A. glow shrimp and a few deep jigs.  I’ll buy a few live shrimp and catch some live bait for my newly plumbed live well.  One thing is for sure, there will not be any clouds tomorrow and the sun is still fairly high in the sky, so I will be sight fishing the shallow flats for redfish as they are the least affected by barometer.

Can’t agree more about how fantastic and gorgeous the weather will be this week.  But I think I would rather be playing tennis or watching a Friday night football game.  Will see.

“If you are too busy to go fishing, well you are just too busy!”  quoted by Capt. Wilson Hubbard.

Tight lines,

Capt. Mike Locklear

Tight Lines,

Capt. Mike Locklear

618 Alligator Drive

Panacea, FL  32346

Capt. Mike Locklear, Fishing Guide

5011 S. Craig Pt.

Homosassa, FL  34446-2117

Web Site:  http://www.homosassafishing.com/

E-mail:  captmikelocklear@gmail.com

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