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Captain’s Cove Outfitters–Tackle and Bait in Inglis, FL

by on Feb.13, 2014, under CAPT. TOMMY'S BOOK SIGNINGS, TALKS, TRAVELS, Yankeetown and Waccasassa

I recently visited with Jim and Nicole at Captain’s Cove Outfitters on SR40 in Inglis.  If you’re headed to Yankeetown, you’ll find the store just off US19, marked by the BIG ice plant out front.  And in addition to some excellent advice on the local bite, you’ll find great prices on tackle and supplies.  They stock Engel coolers, Costa Sunglasses, Star Rods, Shimano Reels, Penn Reels, Power Pro Line and a big selection of MirrOlures, Live Target Lures, Rockport Rattlers and Unfair Lures.  And don’t forget the ice!  Be sure to stop by and visit the next time you’re “in their neighborhood”.

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Headed To Yankeetown? Be Sure To Stop at Captain’s Cove Outfitters in Inglis for Tackle, Bait, and Ice!

by on Oct.14, 2013, under Yankeetown and Waccasassa

Captain’s Cove Outfitters, located just off US19/98 on SR40 in Inglis (in southern Levy County) is the perfect stopping place for anglers headed to Yankeetown, Lake Rousseau or points south.  They have an extensive tackle selection, live bait (pinfish and shrimp), fresh bait (mullet) and frozen bait.  They also have a big 24-hour self-service ice machine capable of filling every cooler you own!

Not only does Captain’s Cove have everything you need for a a great day on the water, but they also have great knowledge of the local waters and can give you up-to-date fishing reports.

Open Monday thru Saturday 5:45 AM to 6:00 PM
Sunday 5:45 AM to 5:00 PM

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Shrimp Landing Restaurant Opens in Inglis/Yankeetown

by on Mar.24, 2013, under Yankeetown and Waccasassa

If you’re traveling north on US19/98 and just crossing the ‘border’ into Levy County and “Natural North Florida”, the first town you’ll hit is Inglis.  Just north of the Withlacoochee River and described by many as the “gateway to Yankeetown”, Inglis is your last chance for a square meal before you get to Chiefland, some 40 miles up the road.  In the past, and during its heyday, Inglis had a few “meat and three” restaurants, namely the Port Inglis Restaurant and Gobblers.  Alas, both have closed, as is the case with the more upscale eatery, December’s*.  Nevertheless, the old “PI” has been reborn as the Shrimp Landing Restaurant, and is a good place to “fill up” in anticipation of your trip north (or to fish at Yankeetown, Waccasassa, Cedar Key or Lake Rousseau)

Don’t think that Shrimp Landing only serves shrimp.  Of course, they’re on the menu in several variations.  You’ll also find fish, salads, burgers and daily specials.  Expect big servings and hearty meals here-at reasonable prices.  They’re open 7 days a week from 5AM until 9PM, making Shrimp Landing a good choice for a pre-fishing trip breakfast or post-fishing trip lunch or dinner.

Shrimp Landing

US 19/98 at SR40, just north of the Withlacoochee River

Inglis, FL

(352) 447-5201

*The old December’s restaurant has been recently re-opened, but I’ve not had a chance to visit it.  Reviews from friends have been good, and I’m looking forward to a meal there soon.  Expect a review, too!

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The Time to Update Your Boat is NOW! Look at This Restoration of a 1972 ProLine 26 Footer by Young Boats.


With the economy sour, there are plenty of boat builders with great facilities, knowledge and skill seeking not just new boat construction, but repairs and rebuilds.  Young Boats in Inglis, FL builds some of the nicest 20 and 24-footers on the market, but when slow economic times hit the recreational boating market, owner Robb Young thoughtfully started taking in repairs and rebuilds.  This is a great opportunity for anyone wanting first-rate, high quality work done by some of the best and most skilled craftsmen in the business.   I was in Robb’s shop, located about 90 miles north of Tampa on US19/98, on the way to Crystal River to photograph the new Young GulfShore 20, a skinny-water flats skiff based on Young’s successful 20-foot hull, when I saw this absolutely beautiful, completely restored and rebuilt 1972 ProLine awaiting delivery to its owner.  Get your old boat fixed up NOW before Robb and his crew get busy building new boats again!

According to Young, the ProLine hull showed up in almost original condition with the original decals, transom, decks and split windshield.  The owner had picked it up as a bargain, as well as the relatively new 175 Suzuki.  See the photos to understand the scope of work needed to do this job–the last few showing the boat as it was delivered to the owner.

The 1972 hull arrived in 'stock' condition, plus about 40 years!

Modern components and decking from the Young 24

Modern components and decking from the Young 24

New stringers to replace the wood!

A new deck and console.

The boat takes shape after hours and hours of work!

Sealing in the old transom brought the boat's strength up to standards for modern hi-performance power and jack plate.

The finished console, leaning post with live well, and T-top makes this 'Old Pro' a fishing machine.

The newly sealed transom is strong enough to hold almost any engine.

The finished product....a 1972 boat rebuilt to 2012 standards!

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