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Crystal River Fishing Report, 9/3/12, from Capt. Dan Clymer

by on Sep.03, 2012, under Ozello to Crystal River

With a couple days back on the water after another fantastic fly fishing trip from Wyoming, the fishing/scalloping back home is great. It truly has been a banner year for our Citrus County scallop season, and being this late in the season; it appears there’s no slowing down. The grass flats just South of Gomez Rks off Crystal River continues to produce as well as the flats just West of St. Martins Keys. The size of the scallops has been very impressive and the meat inside has coincided with the larger size as well. Get them while you can with only a couple weeks left.
On the fishing side, I had great grouper trip from the shallower 17ft to 30ft range, despite the full moon which usually makes the grouper bite difficult. Spending the time to catch good quality palm sized pin fish will definitely put the odds in you favor. I fished both high profile rocks and under cut ledges and the two types of structures produced equally as well. After a good catch of gags bottom fishing, we spent a little time trolling and picked up a couple on plugs. These have been the first grouper of our early approaching fall season I have caught trolling and even a surprise Goliath grouper grabbed a plug. The recent winds and storm activity has helped with the floating grass situation and allowed trolling for most areas I fished particularity to the North. The trolling will continue to improve in the coming weeks. On the inshore scene, the red fishing has picked up considerably. The outer keys and spoil islands have been the hot spots and have a variety of baits. One day it’s live pin fish and the next it’s cut mullet or lady fish, so leave the dock prepared. One surprise catch this week I’d like to mention is my good friend and fellow Captain Clay Sheidler, lucked upon a 7lb bone fish using live shrimp while red fishing out of Crystal River. This is truly a rare catch and it just proves you just never know….

Capt. Dan Clymer
(352) 418-2160

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