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FISH BITES FROM NORTH TO SOUTH–Citrus County Fishing Report from Capt. Rick Burns, 9/20/13

by on Sep.21, 2013, under Chassahowitzka and Homosassa, Ozello to Crystal River

Let’s get right to the bite report that I’ve been hooking into for the past week starting up north at Crystal River, working our way down.
Schools of baitfish are continued to be seen acting real nervous around the spoilbanks, with the sportfish hungry on their tails. Species like Jacks, Macks, Ladyfish, a few Snook, and Reds, are being caught. And the BIG “spotted tails” should be making their present reeeel soon. Anchor up with a chum bag and cast spoons, catch 2000’s, weighted white jerkbaits, Plastic shrimps, even rattle traps, for artificial action. Live shrimp, and live or cut pinfish, as well as cut Ladyfish work well weighted on the bottom for the bait side.
Other places like, Crystal bay around the oyster bars, are giving up numerous Trout. A lot of shorts mind ya, but some legal size keepers in the mix. Don’t always think you have to go on a ½ day expedition before you can get into some fish. You can get into fishing off the Fort Island ramp area, and never lose sight of the beach.
Gomez rocks area is giving up some Trout catches. Mostly on the weekdays, because of the weekend Scallop traffic.  Which by the way ended Sept. 24th. It was an awesome season, and next year promises to be just as good.  The back side of Mangrove point is hooking up with some reds also.
The backcountry of Ozello is a good place for the Reds, too. You can put in at Pirates Cove and never fire up the kicker, and get into some Red heat just trolling around the island points and banks.
Down in Homosassa,  Art Kelley’s grandson, Stephen yielded a nice 24” Redfish off of a mangrove island point we were anchored on. We fished on the incoming tide utilizing real bait. They ended up boating several Reds, mostly “puppies”, keeping a few in the slot for the fryer. It was Stephen’s first Redfish adventure, doing exceptionally well. He’s an even better golfer. (But maybe not for long.)
The St. Martins keys are a good place for the Reds this time of the season. Work that incoming for best success. Crustaceans and critters alike are flushed out of their hidey holes with the rising tides, and the Reds know it. If steaks, ribs, and yes, even fried chicken was continually passed by you for the taking, you would eventually take up on the offer as well.
Utilize the moving tides and be throwing your best lure.
Decent size Trout to 20” are being caught around the bird rack Scallop grass flats.
Get out there early, (right at first light), (you got the rest of your life to sleep), and utilize your favorite topwater lures, if the floating grass isn’t too bad. If you’re being fouled buy the grass, immediately switch to weedless rigged jerkbaits, or a plastic “Riptide 3” paddle tail mullet” in white, or electric chicken colors under a Cajun, for better results.
Further south, another area giving up some decent Trout reports is the mouth around Chassowitzka River, and the hole around Black Rock. Try a rattle trap, or lipped crankbait in the holes.
A lot of Ladyfish sometimes school up in these holes in the summer, and they can be a lot of fun, especially on the fly rod. Yeah!
Be safe, and good fishing………….><>Capt. Rick

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