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Investigate the Inside of Cedar Key’s Islands and Find Seatrout and Redfish

by on Dec.04, 2013, under Cedar Key

All too often anglers spend lots of time circling the islands near Cedar Key, failing to realize that on higher tides that there’s enough water inside the islands to float small boats and paddlecraft.  Two examples are Atsena Otie Key and Snake Key, located due south of the boat basin at the end of SR24.  I don’t recommend you run at high speed, and do advise that you keep a sharp lookout for “sneaky” oyster bars once you approach and enter either of these islands.  I think you’ll be surprised to find lots of baitfish, as well as hungry seatrout and redfish along the mangrove shorelines and bar edges.  High water is key to succeeding in these backwaters, and it’s important that you plan your exit with enough time to beat the low tide.

Aerial view of Atsena Otie Key, Cedar Key, FL
The mangrove-lined shoreline of Snake Key, south of Cedar Key is typical to local islands.
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Winter 2013 Sheepshead Advice from Homosassa Captain Rick Burns

by on Feb.12, 2013, under Chassahowitzka and Homosassa

COUNT SHEEP(IES) STILL IN FOR MARCH

For the month of March, it’s time to take my clients to a favorite sheepshead spot.
If you have some favorite rocks a little offshore to try in around 6’ to 12’ of water, you may not want to count the sheepies out just yet. If you don’t have those nearshore rock numbers, you can prowl around most any oyster bar, residential canal, or rocky point and usually find some.
My recipe for tackle setup is pretty simple.
Light tackle spinning gear. Braided line is a reeeel good advantage, because you can feel em looking at it. (Remember, these fish don’t have the membrane around their lips like some other species), they have a set of teeth that resemble a sheep. And then the teeth go to the jaw. Hence, the name. So having line with little or no stretch, gives you that edge to set the hook better, plus feel the nibble. And it’s also the reason they’re good bait stealers, because they kind of knaw at the offering with their teeth. (Good for taking barnacles and such off pilings.)
Back to the tackle. Tie on a barrel swivel to your running line. (Keeps from twisting line). Tie on a 2’ or 3’ section of 15lb. fluorocarbon leader. (invisibility, and abrasion resistant). Tie onto that a Mustad #34011, #1 or similar hook. I don’t like anything too big. They’ll pick ya clean for sure. And nothing too small or wimpy either, cause I like to drive it home through they’re jaw. Pinch you on a piece of splitshot the size for your depth. Too heavy, and it finds every rock and oyster to snag. Too light, with deeper water, and it just drifts out of the strike zone.
That’s about it, tear you off a piece of shrimp, (usually into thirds,) and thread him on, and your ready. In shallower water, say, 3’ to 4’, we’ve even utilized a cork to keep it off the bottom and from snagging, and caught em that way over rocky areas. While it’s still cool, give it a try. When it begins to stay warm, let’s get back to the trout and reds!
Get out and enjoy.

Capt. Rick Burns……………><>
Reel Burns Charters
www.reelburns.com or www.homosassafishingguide.com
352-201-6111 cell.
P.O. Box 269
Floral City, FL.
34436

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The Saltwater Angler’s Guide to Tampa Bay and Southwest Florida is now available!

by on Oct.02, 2012, under Bradenton and Sarasota, Dunedin, Clearwater and Largo, Ft. Myers, Sanibel and Captiva, Hernando and Pasco Gulf Coast, Marco and The 10,000 Islands, Middle Charlotte Harbor, Naples, Old Tampa Bay--Above the Bridges, Siesta Key to Boca Grande, St. Pete Beaches, TAMPA BAY AND SOUTHWEST FLORIDA, Tampa Bay, East and South Shore, Tampa Bay, West Shore and St. Petersburg, Tarpon Springs, The Sunshine Skyway and Beyond to Egmont, Upper Charlotte Harbor

The Saltwater Angler’s Guide to Tampa Bay and Southwest Florida is now available!

It’s been a long time coming, but the University Press of Florida has just released my second fishing book.  If you’re a native and wanting more information on the Gulf of Mexico coastline from Chassahowitzka to Chokoloskee, you need this book.  If you’re planning to winter in Florida, you need this book.  Everyone needs this book. The Table of Contents is outlined below.

To order, simply click on the link on the sidebar to the right of this page and you’ll be taken to Amazon.com.  Thanks–and enjoy!

Part One–The Destinations

1.  Tampa Bay and Southwest Florida

2.  The Upper Suncoast-Hernando and Pasco Counties

3.  Tarpon Springs and North Pinellas County

4.  St. Petersburg and the Pinellas Peninsula

5.  Old Tampa Bay, Tampa and The Bay’s Eastern Shore

6.  Manatee and Sarasota Counties-The Gateway to Tropical Florida

7.  Charlotte Harbor and Her Gulf Islands

8.  Fort Myers, Estero, Sanibel and Captiva

9.  Naples, Marco and The Ten Thousand Islands

Part Two–Practical Matters

10. It’s All About The Fish…

11. …And How to Catch Them

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Aerial View of Deer Island, Between Cedar Key and Suwannee–Great Fishing There!

by on Jul.06, 2012, under Cedar Key, Suwannee

Try this out-of-the-way spot for seatrout and reds.  It’s a good place to avoid scallopers on hot summer days.

Double-click on image to see full size.

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Homosassa Inshore Fishing Weekly Report, Capt. William Toney, 1/13/12

by on Jan.14, 2012, under Chassahowitzka and Homosassa

The cold weather may affect the bite for this weekend but earlier this week the bite was on. The members of the Homosassa Guides Association hosted the 5th grade class of Homosassa Elementary School’s annual ” Playing Hooky “.
Each guide had 4 students and a teacher on board for the 4 hour trip. The student’s had to measure and estimate the weight of each fish caught plus keep track of all of the wildlife that was spotted along the way. Capt. Mike Baize a Homosassa Guides Assoc. member is also a 5th grade math teacher at Homosassa Elementary. Capt. Baize attribute’s this trip to why Homosassa Elementary FCAT scores were so good in math.
The children caught over seven species of fish including redfish, trout and pompano. With the nice weather the guides went north to St.Martins River, east to the Homosassa Blue Waters and south into the Chassahowitzka National Wildlife Refuge. A good time was had by all. Riverside Resort was the pickup spot and MacReas donated all the shrimp.
Incoming tide will be in the afternoon this weekend with a new moon tide.

Capt. William Toney

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Capt. William Toney’s April 10, 2011 Homosassa Inshore Fishing Weekly Report

by on Apr.10, 2011, under Chassahowitzka and Homosassa, Ozello to Crystal River

While filming two episodes of Nature Coast Outdoors this past week I was able to learn  how to improve a already excellent lure and fish in a location I haven’t been to since I was a lot younger. While filming aboard the Miss Jennifer Ann with guest Jerry McBride of D.O.A. Lures, Jerry added a D.O.A. Hot Head to the 5.5 glow jerk bait that works so well on the Nature Coast for most inshore game fish but especially well for big seatrout. The Hot Head added a set of eye’s to the bait and color, this made a target for the large trout we were catching to strike at. The Hot Head was slid over the top of the bait and then pierced with a 3/0 Owner bait hook through the Hot Head and 5.5 jerk bait. We experimented with some different colored jerk baits and Hot Head combinations and all received a explosive top water strike on the clear, shallow, rocky bottom.

South of Homosassa I had the privilege of fishing with Capt. Josh Fritz out of the small island community of Aripeka. Capt. Josh who guides out of Precision Tackle in Spring Hill is very knowledgeable of the area and it’s tides, that are the key to Aripeka’s excellent fishery. We had a good time fishing together and caught a variety of species but the three that I like the best were the 24″trout, 30″ snook and 32″ redfish. That’s right the good captain put me on a slam and the fish were all caught within a 100′ radius.

The seatrout bite in Homosassa is still going strong with good catches coming from the offshore rockpiles and shallow rocky points near the keys. The best baits offshore have been 1/4 oz. jigs with glow, newpenny and clear gold glitter tails. Close to shore the jerk baits are the best way to go. North of Crystal River at the Spoil Banks there are plenty of spanish mackerel and the best way to catch a mess of them is with a chum bag, long shank hooks and shrimp. Cobia are starting to show up at nearshore rocks and the docks ( caught ones ) in Homosassa. On the flats there are plenty following stingrays but most are small. The larger cobia are out in deep water. A few redfish are showing up on the high tides near the mouth of the creeks, the folks I talked to that caught them said shrimp was the best bait. High incoming tide this weekend is a good one because of the full moon, so be on the water around 9 or 10 o’clock and you’ll hit it just right. Capt. William Toney www.homosassainshorefishing.com

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TV Celebrity Angler Henry Waszczuk to Speak at Gainesville Offshore Fishing Club, March 22, 2011

by on Mar.09, 2011, under CAPT. TOMMY'S BOOK SIGNINGS, TALKS, TRAVELS, FLORIDA'S BIG BEND AND EMERALD COAST

March, 2011 Meeting – Henry Waszczuk – Saltwater Fishing

When: March 22, 2011
Where: Lecture Hall A at the Veterinary Academic Building

Doors will open at 7:00PM, and the meeting will begin at 7:30PM.
Raffle: Two Carrot Stix Rods

Henry Waszczuk co-founded the multi-media Canadian Sportfishing company in 1985. Henry co-hosted and was Executive Producer of various TV shows including Extreme Fishing, Sportfishing Adventures and the Canadian Sportfishing TV show which aired for 14 years (1986-1999). Most of us will recognize his current TV shows, Fins & Skins Classic Adventures and Fishing the Flats TV. Henry was also publisher of Canadian Sportfishing Magazine and has co-authored eight sportfishing books.

Twenty-four seasons and over 1000 fishing episodes have taught Henry a thing or two about saltwater fishing!

Henry will share some of his secrets and insights at this meeting! Henry’s topics will include his Top Saltwater Fishing Tips and his S.M.A.R.T.S. Fishing Strategy System.

Henry will also have some merchandise and tackle for sale.

http://gofc.us/gofc_monthly_march_2011.htm

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