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Full moon winds up another Grand Slam week in Tampa Bay, 5/5/12, By Ray Markham

by on May.07, 2012, under Tampa Bay, East and South Shore

I’m still running inshore trips, but tarpon season is upon us, and my first tarpon trips of the week will begin next week. The full moon on Saturday created some extreme high tides in the early afternoon, followed by some super low water late in the day.  Most of my trips started in the predawn hours on the flats with topwater lures. The MirrOmullet XL accounted for the largest trout of the week at 23-inches. Reds and snook hammered the CAL Shad, Jerk bait, and Lil’ John Jerk bait from MIrrOlure. Mouths of creeks provided some excellent action where baitfish congregated. Water temperatures ended up a full moon week at 84-degrees in Terra Ceia and lower Tampa Bays this week. Early morning temps were at about 79-degrees, and the fish love this weather. We’re seeing some larger snook on the flats right now as they migrate toward the passes and beaches to spawn. Careful release of these fish will make for a good spawning season this summer. Some days we saw some wind but for the most part days were easily fishable for snook, trout, redfish, and flounder, all of which were caught aboard my boat, the Flat Back II.

Several lures were consistent producers. CAL Shads, CAL Jerk baits rigged on 1/16-ounce jig heads, MirrOlure Lil’ John Jerk baits rigged on 1/16-ounce CAL jig heads, Eppinger Rex Spoons, and the MirrOlure MirrOmullet XL. I’m fishing the CAL Shads on ¼-ounce jig heads for the extra casting distance. I’ll work these lures faster than the jerk baits for reaction strikes from snook, trout, and redfish. For our flounder, a little slower presentation on the bottom is required.

With tarpon season upon us, things are beginning to crank up in lower Tampa Bay over hard bottom areas and around the Sunshine Skyway Bridge. Saturday, boat traffic was at a noticable increase as anglers tarpon fishing around the bridge kicked off the Suncoast Tarpon Roundup. Well over a dozen boats were tarpon fishing around the big span. Scattered hard bottom between the Skyway and Bean Point offer some good action as well. I’ll be looking for poons somewhere in between.

Capt. Ray Markham runs the Flat Back II out of Terra Ceia. He specializes in light tackle fishing with spin, plug, and fly tackle using artificial lures and can be reached for charter at (941) 228-3474

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Homosassa/Ozello/Chassahowitzka Fishing Report, 5/5/12

by on May.07, 2012, under Chassahowitzka and Homosassa, Ozello to Crystal River

As I write this report the air outside by the river is 90 degree’s, that’s sounds like summer to me! On the water it’s slightly cooler because of the breeze and as long as there is a breeze the trout have been cooperating. The best areas have been north west of the St. Martins Keys and south around the Chassahowitzka channel. I’ve had success with both dark colors and glow soft plastics. On some mornings they like to have the jig under a cork but mostly on just a 1/8 oz. chartreuse jig head. This is the best way to find out. If there is more that one of you in the boat, each angler should use a different rig until someone starts catching the most fish, then switch to that bait.
Some tarpon are beginning to arrive around Black Rock and I’ve heard report’s of some guides clients catching a few on the fly. Homosassa has record breaking tarpon to be caught on the fly rod and some of the best fly fishing guides in the state, so if your interested in catching a tarpon on the fly, now is the time. With the arrival of the tarpon, along come’s the big bull and tiger sharks. These big sharks can also be sight casted with a chunk of cut mullet on the flats around Chassahowitzka  and the St. Martins Keys. As the incoming tide covers the flat the sharks move in with the water and don’t think you can just motor up to one and cast out to catch it. Big shark’s are not big from being dumb, you have to approach them as quietly as possible from a drifting boat to get them to eat.
Redfishing  has been a little tough because they just don’t want to eat. My clients and I are seeing plenty and catching a few but some fish around the Ozello area are either getting to much angling pressure or ran over by to many boats. My opinion is that they are getting run over by to many boats because I’ve watch them go from being normal to crazy as a sprayed roach whenever a airboat is within a 1/2 mile. When this happens you can kiss that school of fish good-by. In the Chassahowitza Wildlife Refuge it’s a little more redfish friendly because of it’s large size and lack of airboats. Look for incoming high tide this weekend very early morning or very late evening.
Capt. William Toney www.homosassainshorefishing.com

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Homosassa Fishing Report, 4/30/12, from Capt. William Toney

by on Apr.30, 2012, under Chassahowitzka and Homosassa

If there is ever a time to catch a plethora of fish species on the Nature Coast it is now. Very calm conditions have made the near shore waters look more like a aquarium then the Gulf. It has been clear enough that on some rocks my clients and I have fished we’ve been able to pick out the seabass that we want to catch. These conditions have made red fishing tough because of the water clarity and weak tides. The coming full moon tides will be stronger  and I expect the red fishing to improve by this weekend. After a morning of poling the St.Martins Keys and sight casting Rex spoons and soft plastics at spooky redfish, I was able to put a live shrimp literally on top of a redfish nose and it just sat there with the shrimp on it’s nose for nearly a minute before it swam off. My client said “ I can’t believe that just happened” and we had a good laugh. So to deeper waters we went.
The rock piles that start in 10 feet of water north and south of the Homosassa channel is where the action is at. Soft plastics like the D.O.A. CAL Shads and the  MirrOlure  line of scented baits are the best for this fishing and it’s easy. First find the rock’s and if you don’t have any in your gps, start by looking for green patches of water and usually there is a rocky ledge or boulder in it. Cast around the rock for sea bass, grunts, sheeepshead, flounder and small gag grouper. Once the action slows up on the rock lift the anchor and drift the area near the rock for sea trout, spanish mackerel, cobia, ladyfish, bluefish and sharks. What’s nice about this fishing is the many species that can be caught and the variety of fish that you can keep for diner.  Look for incoming tide this weekend around mid-day. Capt. William Toney www.homosassainshorefishing.com

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Capt. Rick Grassett’s Sarasota, FL Fishing Report for 4/27/2012

by on Apr.28, 2012, under Bradenton and Sarasota

Anglers fishing Sarasota Bay with me on my Action Craft flats skiff the Snook Fin-Addict, out of CB’s Saltwater Outfitters on Siesta Key, caught and released trout, tripletail and snook on flies, CAL jigs and DOA Deadly Combos and had numerous shots at tarpon with a fly during the past week.
Don Tase, from NH, fished Sarasota Bay with me on Tuesday morning. He also had Monday booked with me, but due to 20-25 mph winds we canceled. It was still breezy on Tuesday, but much better conditions. Don brought his 6-year old grandson, Ryan, along for the first ½ of the trip and sent his son and daughter out for the 2nd ½ of the trip. They caught and released a few trout to 16” and ladyfish on CAL jigs with shad tails and DOA Deadly Combos at the Marina Jack flat and near Stephens Point.
Sarasota winter residents, Burt Farbman and Phil Rever, snook fished with me on Wednesday evening. They caught and released 4 or 5 snook to 23” and 6 trout on my Grassett Snook Minnow fly in the ICW near Venice.
My brother, Kirk Grassett from Middletown, DE, fished with me on Friday. We ran the coastal gulf along the beach out to about 30’ of water south to Grassy Point looking for false albacore (little tunny) but didn’t find anything. However, we found a pair of tripletail on the way back and caught both of them on my Grassett Flats Minnow fly. We spent several hours tarpon fishing, saw more than 50 fish and had a dozen or more shots. A couple of fish charged the fly but didn’t eat!
Tarpon are becoming more plentiful in the coastal gulf and are a good option now when conditions are good. Catch and release night snook fishing in the ICW and cobia, tripletail or false albacore (little tunny) in the coastal gulf may also be good options. Look for reds and trout in shallow water in Sarasota Bay.

Tight Lines,
Capt. Rick Grassett
Snook Fin-Addict Guide Service, Inc.
FFF Certified Fly Casting Instructor
(941) 923-7799
E-mail snookfin@aol.com
www.flyfishingflorida.net and www.snookfin-addict.com

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Cedar Key Fishing Report, 4/24/12, from Capt. Jimbo Keith

by on Apr.24, 2012, under Cedar Key

Hey there folks I hope y’all are enjoying this warm spring. The fish seem to be loving it.
The Trout still continue to be biting good. The Cajun Thunder Cork rig is still producing the big limits. We have caught a few bigger trout this week up to 24″.
The Tarpon are showing up early in our area. There has been several seen off the public fishing pier every day.
The Spanish Mackerel have shown up this past week on the flats. Just look for the birds and watch closely for the sky rocketing Mack Attach. Get in this area and it should be productive.
This past week on a charter one of my dads crew caught a nice 331/2″ Cobia. So of your put on the water keep an eye out for them. “THERE BACK”!!!!
Good luck out there and we will see you on the water.

Capt.Jimbo Keith
(352)535-5083
www.cedarkeycaptainjim.com

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Homosassa Inshore Fishing Weekly Report, 4/23/12, from Capt. William Toney

by on Apr.23, 2012, under Chassahowitzka and Homosassa

Another windy front right on schedule. I seems every 7 to 10 days we get a front and it get’s snotty for a couple days but it moderates our temperatures and gives us some nice weather before the inevitable hot summer gets here.
Trout fishing has been very good close in. That’s good because it saves fuel. The best areas have been northeast of the Bird Rack, Chassahowitzka Point and around Bird Island near Chassahowitzka channel. The very first part of incoming tide is the best bite and as it gets higher the bite will taper off then pick back up when the tide turns out. The best color soft plastics have been watermelon redflake, rootbeer, new penny and glow. The best brands are MirrOlure LiL’ Johns, Provokers and D.O.A. CAL Shads and 5.5 jerk baits.
Redfishing on the high incoming tide is the best and about any key that has rocks has a good chance it’s holding redfish. I give a spot around ten minutes and if no redfish bite I move on. I’ve found that if there are redfish at a spot they will bite very quickly if you make a silent approach. Eppinger Rexs gold spoons will let cover the area because you can cast them a country mile and that’s good because at some areas you can cast to two different spots at the same time without moving the boat. Look for high incoming tide very early morning this weekend.

Capt. William Toney www.homosassainshorefishing.com

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Crystal River Fishing Report, 4/22/12, from Capt. Dan Clymer

by on Apr.22, 2012, under Ozello to Crystal River

Hello Homosassa and Crystal River anglers, if you’ve been on the water lately, you know the fishing has been great. There are still a lot of opportunities to choose from for both inshore and offshore anglers. For the offshore kind, the cobia have really made a strong early appearance and can be found on wrecks, high profile rocks and channel markers. I recently stopped on a wreck to the North of Crystal River and was welcomed to a large school of cobia circling the surface. You could tell they were in a feeding mood and once the bait hit the surface, the race was on. We repeated the process six times and every fish hooked, was very aggressive for a free lined live palm-sized pin fish. I’ve talked to some grouper anglers that have been making their way to the red grouper grounds and have had very good success at the 60ft range. The usual technique of starting the bite once anchored with frozen sardines and thread fin herring, then switching to live baits has rewarded in some hefty red grouper catches. Remember the gag grouper are still on lock-down, so bring a camera to take a picture on the numerous gags you will likely encounter.

I’ve had some great inshore charters over the past few weeks. Trout catches have been excellent from the oysters bars to the 5ft spotty bottom areas off Homosassa. It’s been tough to beat a DOA deadly combo cork, rigged with a MirrOlure Lil’ John in the root beer color. The red fishing has been a little hit and miss, but if you put your time in jumping point to point, you’ll find some fish. Free lined live shrimp continues to out perform the cut baits, but as the water continues to warm, this will soon change. Spoons are still a good choice in the back country for red fish, especially if the water is a little off color, but be prepared to cover some water. Also, some early arrival tarpon have been around and we were lucky enough to put two in the air on Tuesday, for a heat thrilling experience. Good Fishing…

Capt. Dan Clymer
www.crystalriver-fishing.com
(352) 418-2160

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Capt. Rick Grassett’s Sarasota, FL Fishing Report for 4/22/2012

by on Apr.22, 2012, under Bradenton and Sarasota

Anglers fishing Sarasota Bay with me on my Action Craft flats skiff the Snook Fin-Addict, out of CB’s Saltwater Outfitters on Siesta Key, caught and released trout, snook and reds on flies, plugs, CAL jigs and DOA Deadly Combos during the past week. An angler fishing with me caught and released one of the largest trout ever caught on my boat!
Mark Eddy and Carey Ryerson, from CO, fished with me on Monday. We checked the coastal gulf and found it unfishable due to a 4’-5’ swell, so we fished Sarasota Bay. They caught and released trout to 18” on Clouser flies and CAL jigs with shad tails on various deep grass flats near Long Bar and Buttonwood Harbor.
The action was hot on Tuesday when Aledia Tush, owner of CB’s Saltwater Outfitters, and Doug Forde, manager at CB’s Saltwater Outfitters, fished Sarasota Bay with me. We stayed in shallow water doing some practice fishing for Saturday’s Sarasota CCA Photo All Release Challenge. Anglers fish for reds, snook and trout with identical boxes of lures or flies in the popular tournament which raises money for conservation. With light winds, clear water and a rising tide, we found big trout, reds and snook mixed with mullet schools near Long Bar. They caught and released 4 snook to 26”, a pair of reds and several big trout on Sebile Stick Shad plugs. Aledia caught and released one of the biggest trout ever caught on my boat, a 29” fish estimated to weigh more than 9-pounds. This is an awesome trout for the west coast of Florida! The only other trout of that size that I’ve seen before was one I caught and released at a DOA Lures/Outdoor Writers event in the Indian River near Ft. Pierce several year ago. In addition to snook, Doug also caught and released 27” and 29” reds. What a difference a day can make!
We found the action slow in shallow water on a couple of other trips later in the week, but Bill Beauchamp, from Bradenton. FL, and Jim Denoi, from Sarasota, caught and released a red and a snook on surface walking plugs near Long Bar with me on Friday. They also caught and released trout on deep grass flats near Bayshore Gardens and Bishop Point on CAL jigs with shad tails and jerk worms and DOA Deadly Combos.
Bob Parker, from Sarasota and I fished the Sarasota CCA Photo All Release Challenge with my son-in-law, Capt. Andy Cotton, on Saturday. With winds gusting more than 25 mph out of the south and an extreme high tide, conditions were tough for everyone. We caught and released a few small trout and a snook on flies wading shallow water near Long Bar. Andy caught and released a couple of slot sized fish, including a 26” red, which was good enough to win the Grand Champion award of the Fly Division!
Fishing may be tough early next week due to the strong front passing through this weekend. Reds and trout may be found along shallow edges of flats and bars or in potholes when the tide is low or along mangrove shorelines when the tide is high. Catch and release night snook fishing at night in the ICW and cobia, tripletail or false albacore (little tunny) in the coastal gulf should also be good options. Tarpon are becoming more plentiful in the coastal gulf and are also a good option now.

Tight Lines,
Capt. Rick Grassett
Snook Fin-Addict Guide Service, Inc.
FFF Certified Fly Casting Instructor
(941) 923-7799
E-mail snookfin@aol.com
www.flyfishingflorida.net and www.snookfin-addict.com

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Cedar Key Fishing Report, Capt. Jimbo Keith, 4/16/12

by on Apr.16, 2012, under Cedar Key

Hey there folks hope all is well with y’all. We are having one heck of a spring trout bite. We are catching big fish and big limits. As long as you are able to get out on the flats you should be catching the fish. The key right now is finding the flats with bait. There are plenty of small fish on all the flats. Find the flats that have the bait on them and you’ll find the bigger trout.
We are also catching some monster Spanish Macks. They too are on the same flats that have bait.
We are starting to see some schools of BIG Black Drum moving in on the outer flats.
It shouldn’t be long before the Cobia are here so get your gear ready and pray for calm weather.
Y’all stay safe and we’ll see ya on the water.

Capt.Jimbo Keith
(352)535-5083
www.cedarkeycaptainjim.com

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Homosassa Inshore Fishing Weekly Report, from Capt. William Toney, 4/16/12

by on Apr.16, 2012, under Chassahowitzka and Homosassa

Great fishing as always on the Nature Coast, even in the wind. I’m glad it’s calmed down a bit and hope it stays that way! Trout are more scattered in the inshore waters and I’ve had to move around allot to produce a limit. I believe we will have one more push of big seatrout in our area flats and points on the next full moon. The top inshore spots have been in the Chassahowitzka Refuge and around Mangrove Point.
Redfishing will improve this week with the upcoming new moon tides. I’ve had my best luck poling my boat along shorelines in the Ozello Keys and south side of Mason creek. Sightcasting from an elevated position of the boat is a fun way to fish. If you do spot some redfish but they spook give the area a 20 to 30 minute break the give them another shot from a safe distance from where they were last spotted. Most every time you’ll get a second chance.
The nearshore waters out to 9 miles are where I’ve experience most of the action. Fishing 1/8 oz. jigs around rockpiles has produce some monster seabass. Multiple hook ups are not uncommon and sometimes just dropping the lure down along side of the boat is all it takes to catch them off of the structure. Trout, spanish mackerel, blue fish, flounder and many other fish are near these same rocks. A summer time method that worked this past week for me was to just drag the jig behind the boat. Let the lure back about 80′ then just lift the rod tip every now and then so the drifting boat does all the work. It’s easy fishing! Look for high incoming tide this weekend around lunch time.

Capt. William Toney www.homosassainshorefishing.com

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