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November 2013 Fishing Outlook-Crystal River Capt. Kelly Kofmehl

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

November makes me think about turkeys, pumpkins, family and hunting. My Family always spends Thanksgiving in the woods at our hunting camp. Good times and great food, with friends and family. But I have to come out of the woods and fish; I can never stay away from the salt water of the Nature Coast for any length of time. What I have been doing lately and it will work right through November, is a new bait that I have been trying and having a lot of success with. It is the 3D TPE Shrimp, made by Savage Gear.
On a recent trip with clients I was trying the Savage shrimp while my clients were throwing another bait. We were using Cajun Thunder popping corks with about an 18in leader and the jig on the bottom of the rig. It is rare that I fish with my clients, but they insisted that I did. I wanted to try the bait, so I stayed in the back of the boat while the 2 of them fished out of the front. It was about 30 minutes into the trip when I was asked if they could use one of the Savage shrimp as well, of course my answer was sure you can. I wanted to try the unproven bait before I gave it to someone to use. In my book it is now a proven bait.
With the cooler nights of November and the waters cooling down, the Red fish bite will be a little more aggressive.  We have had a good summer with the Reds and with most of the fish that we have caught being at the top end of the slot or bigger. The fall months should be the same. Mackerel and other striking fish that migrate South for the winter are on the move as well. Some large schools have been spotted in about 30 feet of water. There will be smaller schools within a  couple miles off of the shore line. The Gag Grouper bite has also been strong in shallow water. All of these fish will stay strong until the water temps fall below 60 to 65 degrees. This Thanksgiving season lets all take time to be thankful for the things that we have been blessed with; we all have something.

Capt. Kelly Kofmehl
www.spottailscharters.com
Inshore and Flats Fishing

352-302-5861

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Crystal River Fishing Report, 9/12/13, from Capt. Kelly Kofmehl

by on Sep.12, 2013, under Chassahowitzka and Homosassa, Ozello to Crystal River

The night time temps are starting to drop just a few degrees, giving us here on the Nature Coast the hint that fall is just around the corner.  October is the month of several changes here in the small stretch of paradise that i get to call home. First Stone Crabs are back in season. They will be on the market and ready to be consumed on October 15. With the Crystal River Stone Crab Jam the first Saturday in Nov. Another change is the opening of a new store here in Crystal River, Sodium Fishing Gear. I had the opportunity to sneak a peek in the store the other day. Brandon and Casey not only have fishing apparel from head to toe, but they also have rods, reels coolers, a full line of Carbon Marine products, Fly fishing gear and much more. Stop in and support one of the “local” businesses.
On my trip yesterday I was polling my clients down a shoreline, I could see fish working in front of the boat about 150 yards. I told my guys to get ready to throw. When I was able to maneuver the boat into casting position I told Bo and Jordan to throw in front of the school of Reds. One guy made a perfect cast and the other was behind the school. About 2 seconds after the first bait hit the water, drag was rippin off the Okuma reel. We were able to catch 3 Reds out of that school before they just blew out on us, the first one was 30 inches, the second 31 inches and the third was 32. What a awesome bunch of fish. They defiantly had all of our hearts pumping for a while.
Trout will be back inshore once again in some larger numbers making it possible to catch a limit without having to run way out into the open bay, as the water temps begin to drop a few degrees. I have been eagerly awaiting this event to happen. I typically fish with a popping cork rig this time of the tear. Last October we did very well on the Trout and I have already noticed some early arrivals.
Capt. Kelly Kofmehl
www.spottailscharters.com
352-302-5861
www.Okuma-fishing.com
www.Young-boats.com

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September Fishing Forecast/August Fishing Report, Crystal River, from Capt. Kelly Kofmehl

by on Aug.19, 2013, under Chassahowitzka and Homosassa, Ozello to Crystal River

As day light started to to break in the East, I picked up my client. The sky was black out to the west. We left the dock at 6:30 am and headed down the Crystal River. Grabbing for our rain gear in the idle  zone. We ran a couple of miles and only a sprinkle or two. Then the bottom fell out of the sky. We had to idle for about ten minutes or so. When we came out of the rain we were almost to the first spot that I wanted to fish. I got the boat anchored and made the first cast and within about 5 seconds the drag on my Okuma Cedros 30 spinning reel was screaming. At the first sign of the big Red fish I knew that he was over the slot, 28.5 inches. The next cast was a 19 inch Red, then a 11 inch mangrove snapper. The bite was finished at spot number one. Spot number two, we set up and threw out some cut bait, fish were striking everywhere I looked. The action was hot as the weather. We were able to fill our Red fish bag limit and release 6 or 8 more fish. we landed 8 Blue fish, and about that many Jacks. I asked my client, Dan, if he wanted to go to another spot and see what was going on there and he said sure. Spot number 3 was a winner as well. 2 more top slot Reds and the last cast a 33 inch Snook. I had Dan back to the dock by 10:30 and started to clean his fish. These are the kind of days are what can be expected through out the month of September.
As the full moon begins to build this month some of the big Trout will start to move back inshore to fatten up for the winter months to come. I love fishing in September when schools of Red fish show up and Trout come back. Look for action packed, drag rippin days for this month. The action will be hot. If you want to get in on some of this give me a call.
Capt. Kelly Kofmehl
www.Spottailscharters.com
352-302-5861

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Crystal River Fishing Report, 1/31/13, from Capt. Kelly Kofmehl

by on Jan.31, 2013, under Ozello to Crystal River

On a recent trip fishing the crystal clear inshore waters of the Nature Coast the Trout bite was Awesome. We left the dock around 8:30 in the am. The fog was so thick that one could only see a about 100ft, as we idled down the Crystal River we passed about a half dozen Manatee tour boats headed up the river. We left the Crystal River and jumped into Salt River. The tide was extremely low and still going out, so I lifted the jack plate and jumped the Gulfshore 20 on top, still foggy but I could see 200ft now. I ran into some pot holes that I have had been holding a few nice Trout. I get the boat shut down in the first hole and sure enough the first cast, boom Trout. When my client got him to the boat it was a 14 incher, 1 inch to small. We fished around that area catching about 35 Trout and some Blue fish, but only had about 3 keepers. By now the tide was starting to turn at one of my favorite “hot spots” so0 I told the guys lets go. When we got there, it was perfect, no wind and the tide just right. I jumped up on the poling platform and I could see Trout every where, and not just Trout but big Trout. My clients, Bruce and Mike, were ready for action. Making a slow drift, we got our baits in front of the Trout, we caught the other 13 Trout we needed to finish out our limit in about 20 minutes bringing the half day to an end with a bang. Everyone was happy and enjoyed the beautiful scenery of the Nature Coast on the ride back to the dock.

Capt. Kelly Kofmehl
www.spottails charters.com
352-302-5861

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Crystal River Fishing Report, 1/15/13, from Capt. Kelly Kofmehl

by on Jan.16, 2013, under Ozello to Crystal River

With the warm weather the past couple of weeks has brought many changes to the Nature Coast. Mackerel showing up on the near shore rocks along with the seasonal Sheephead bite on the same rocks. Closer in shore the Trout bite has been very good, and the bonus is being able to catch Pompano right along with the Trout. The Red fishing has been good as well, I have had some recent trips where we able to limit on Reds, have enough Pompano for dinner for 4, and enough Trout for dinner the next night.
Capt. Kelly Kofmehl
352-302-5861
www.spottailscharters.com

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Crystal River Fishing Report from Capt. Kelly Kofmehl, 10/12/12

by on Oct.13, 2012, under Chassahowitzka and Homosassa, Ozello to Crystal River

As Summer rolls out and Fall rolls in, the cooler Temperatures are most welcome after a long, hot, wet summer. The cooler temps have the fish of the Nature Coast on the move once again. November is a great month to fish for the fact that you may see schools of fish moving around the flats that you might not see any other time of the year. And if you can see them then you will have the opportunity to catch them. There are many species that move South for the warmer waters such as Pompano, Permit, Cobia, and Mackeral just to name a few… Mullet are in large schools fatening themselves for their journey offshore for their spawn, otherwise known as the Mullet Run.
Trout are back on the shore line and the shallow flats, feeding on shrimp and small fish. My favorite way to rig for Trout this time of  year, is to use a popping cork with about 2 feet of 20 pound leader tied to a jig, and baited with a gulp or a live shrimp. Sometimes the Pinfish are still to aggressive for these baits,  I will switch to a bait without as much sent such as a D.O.A. shrimp or a Zoom jerk bait. On the other end of the line I like a Okuma Citrix 7 foot rod and a Cedros 30 spinning reel. My Cedros reel is loaded with 10 pound test Vicious braided line. Fall Trout seem to feed the best on the young flood, or the beginning of the incoming tide to about half way in.
Redfish are also on top of the list of fall fish to target. On some of the low tides due to the Northeast winds this time of the year, they can be a little more difficult to find, but there are still plenty of them around and they will be hungry. I like to use the time proven Gold Spoon to cover a lot of ground while in search of the Red Drum with the spot on his tail. With the cooler weather it is a great time to get on the water and experience a Sunrise or a Sunset on the crystal clear waters of the Nature Coast.
Capt. Kelly Kofmehl
www.SpotTailsCharters.com
352-302-5861
Inshore and Back country fishing

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Crystal River Fishing Report, August 2012, from Capt. Kelly Kofmehl

by on Aug.20, 2012, under Ozello to Crystal River

The Red fish bite has been a little slow but has started coming on pretty strong, with limits of reds  on most every charter in the last couple of weeks. We also have been catching some of the over the slot Reds, which make for line rippin, drag screamin’ runs and pictures that will last a life time. So far this month I have had alot of people ask for Shark trips, more than I can ever remember doing in any particular month. You want to talk about screaming drags on some heavy rods, wow is all I can say!  We have caught Sharks of every size and kind. Bull and Tiger Sharks up  7 feet, both being know man eaters. Also the smaller sharks that are excellent table fare, Sharks that primarily eat crabs, have a beautiful fillet with no bones. The weather has been great with a light sea breeze almost every day keeping it from being to hot.
Capt. Kelly
Spottailscharters.com
352-302-5861

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Don’t Miss the July 24, 2102 Gainesville Offshore Fishing Club Meeting–Fishing For Redfish with Capt. Mark Brady and Capt. Kelly Kofmehl

by on Jul.22, 2012, under CAPT. TOMMY'S BOOK SIGNINGS, TALKS, TRAVELS, FLORIDA'S BIG BEND AND EMERALD COAST

mbrady 01 Dont Miss the July 24,  2102 Gainesville Offshore Fishing Club Meeting  Fishing For Redfish with Capt. Mark Brady and Capt. Kelly Kofmehl

When:July 24, 2012
Doors will open at 7:00PM, meeting at 7:30PM.

Where: Dean’s Circle of Excellence Lecture Hall

Captain Mark Brady and Captain Kelly Kofmehl will discuss redfish at our July meeting.

Both make their living on the water as guides (Florida Saltwater Flats Fishing Charters), and compete annually in tournaments (IFA Redfish, West Coast Pro, X-treme). They are also frequent shows at many of the charity events (Doug Johnson, Mel Tillis, etc.) in the Big Bend area. Additionally, Captain Kelly holds a commercial license for grouper and stone crab. Collectively, both have over 40 years experience.

Capt. Brady states… “Our knowledge of the Florida saltwater flats is as good as any one you will find. We compete all over the state of Florida in addition to chartering local patrons as well as out of state clients. Our services range from prominent businessmen wanting to offer their clients a ‘different’ type of perk…to families wanting to introduce their children to the wonderful sport of fishing.”

Our guests will bring a fully rigged redfish tournament boat (a new Young Gulfshore20!) for our inspection!

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Crystal River Fishing Report from Capt. Kelly Kofmehl, March 11, 2012

by on Mar.12, 2012, under Chassahowitzka and Homosassa, Ozello to Crystal River

April showers brings Lots of salt water action on the Nature Coast. If march is any kind of indication to what April will bring the Trout bite will be huge! Here in Crystal river we have been catching record numbers of Big Trout, Even some in the 5 to 6 pound range, and have limited out and then some most days. I also have been catching limits of Red fish. In April as the water starts to heat up so will the Red Fish. I love to chase the big Reds in April they are getting active enough to hit top water baits. The pure thrill of watching one of those over the slot fish getting vertical so he can strike at one of those top water plugs and then missing the whole thing and turning back for a second turn at it again. I catch less of the Reds on top water than other methods of fishing for them but I think it is one of the most exciting ways to target them.
Trout are also a rush to catch on top water lures. Often I will use the same lure and the same color as I do for Red Fish. Alot of people that try top water for Trout and Reds tend to see the fish  “Roll” at the bait, they get excited and them set the hook, then miss the fish. I always tell my clients when “walking-the-dog” with their  top water not to set the hook until they feel the tug from the fish. There is plenty of action on the flats of the Nature Coast now and there will be more right on through the summer, so get out and go fishing, enjoy the day. If you don’t have a boat of your own, or you want to try something different give me a call I will be happy to take you.

Capt. Kelly Kofmehl
spottailscharters.com
352-302-5861
Captkelly1@gmail.com
Flats and Back Country Fishing

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Crystal River Fishing Report, 2/20/12, from Capt. Kelly Kofmehl

by on Feb.20, 2012, under Ozello to Crystal River

Reds, Trout, and Pompano still in abundance here in Crystal River. The bight started off with a bang when we arrived to the first hole to start Trout fishing. We even caught a bonus fish being a Pompano on that spot. Paul, Jeffry, and Paul sr. were throwing 1/4 ounce jig heads loaded with live shrimp to capture the Trout and Pompano and even jumped several Ladyfish while there. Them it was time to start chasing some Reds. We went tho the next spot and the Reds were there but they were so spooky that we could not even get close enough to them with the baits before they blew out of the hole. On to the next spot as it began to sprinkle, I was up on the poling platform sneaking to the place where I had spotted some nice Reds the day before Jeffery made a long cast, as soon as the shrimp hit the water he yelled fish on! The bite continued for an   hour or so and we limited out on the Reds.

Another successful day fishing with Capt. Kelly of SpotTailsCharters.

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