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ECONOMIC REPORT SUPPORTS CCA FLORIDA’S OPPOSITION TO ANY INCREASE IN THE COMMERCIAL SEATROUT FISHERY

by on Nov.11, 2011, under CAPT. TOMMY'S BOOK SIGNINGS, TALKS, TRAVELS

The long awaited arrival of seatrout to reach its minimum management goal of 35% Spawning Potential Ratio (SPR), due in large measure to the support of the angling public and its voluntary adherence to size and bag limits, is to be celebrated. But it should not be taken as a green light to expand the fishery, additional take must be done with caution in mind. Increasing the commercial take of seatrout with large increases in the number of months of the commercial season, the use of beach and haul seines, the allowance of huge amounts of seatrout take as “by-catch”, and the rest of the amendments being proposed for the commercial fishermen are all simply bad ideas, not only from an economic/jobs perspective but also from a policy perspective. From an economic/jobs/recreational viewpoint, the better course in the long term would be to expand the allowable season for seatrout – and perhaps expand size and bag limits – for the angling public, rather than allowing increased significant take and sale by commercial fishermen.
CCA Florida has received an economic study that compares the value of the commercial seatrout fishery to the recreational seatrout fishery here in Florida. This study provides substantial evidence using MRFSS, NMFS, and FWC data that shows that CCA’s concerns over a directed commercial fishery on seatrout are valid. The value that the recreational directed fishery brings to Florida is just over $81 million compared to the value of the commercial fishery brings which is less than $300 thousand. The numbers of jobs and economic value associated with recreational seatrout fishing in Florida – from guides, to bait and tackle shops, to hotels, restaurants and gas stations – clearly indicate that promoting more recreational angling for seatrout, and not more commercial take of seatrout, is the wiser course.
Next week, on November 16th in Key Largo, FL the FWC Commissioners will have the opportunity to vote on several proposals that would expand the commercial seatrout fishery. These include, but are not limited to the possibility of adding beach and haul seine nets for a “by-catch” fishery and allowing year around sale of seatrout. CCA believes the FWC Commissioners should take the better course of action and do the right thing for the fish and the economy and keep the seatrout fishery as is.

For more information or if you would like to attend the FWC meeting please contact –
Trip Aukeman, Deputy Director Advocacy CCA Florida at (850)559-0060 or email taukeman@ccaflorida.org

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Capt. Tommy’s One-Minute Fishing Lessons–Spotted Sea Trout

by on Apr.01, 2011, under ONE-MINUTE FISHING LESSONS

This is the first in a series of one-minute videos about fish, fishing, boating and related activities I’m producing.  Enjoy!

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Read all about it! “Protein Deposits” in Spotted Seatrout

by on Apr.01, 2011, under FLORIDA'S BIG BEND AND EMERALD COAST

Take a look at the latest Florida Sportsman Big Bend Fishing4Cast and learn all about those little white things in trout flesh.  You’ll also get a ‘heads-up’ on what’s happening, fishing-wise, along the Big Bend.

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Capt. Tommy to Speak at Miller’s Boating Center Boat Show & Fishing Clinic, March 4-6, 2011

by on Feb.06, 2011, under Cedar Key, Chassahowitzka and Homosassa, Horseshoe Beach, Ozello to Crystal River, Steinhatchee, Suwannee, Yankeetown and Waccasassa

I’ll be there speaking about shallow-water techniques for sea trout and redfish on the Big Bend.  I’m scheduled to speak on Saturday, March 5 and Sunday, March 6.  I’ll also be around both days to answer questions.

Miller’s Boating Center

Capt. Tommy Thompson

Learn to catch big sea trout from Capt. Tommy Thompson

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This Weather Needs a Thermostat!–Capt. Tommy’s Dec. 31-Jan 2 Big Bend Fishing4Cast

by on Dec.30, 2010, under FLORIDA'S BIG BEND AND EMERALD COAST

This weekend’s Florida Sportsman online Big Bend Fishing4Cast , ‘This Weather Needs a Thermostat!’, has just been posted.  Everyone’s confused about fishing with all these cold days followed by hot ones!  Even the fish!

Remember that the Fishing4Casts are not archived by FS, so read it before it goes away!

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St. Marks Fishing Report from Capt. Dave Lear, December 22, 2010

by on Dec.23, 2010, under St. Marks, Aucilla and Econfina

Although it’s apparently common knowledge judging by the boat traffic, but the St. Marks and Wakulla Rivers are lousy with trout, says Capt. Dave Lear (850-320-2001; captaindavelear.com ). Many of the fish are undersized, but the action is fast and fun. It’s not unusual to catch 50-60 fish in a couple hours. Mid-week, the water temperature in the upper river was in the mid-60s. DOA gold/glow 1/4-ounce shrimp or CAL shad tails on a jig head were productive lures. Chartreuse jigs are another good choice. Some anglers are having luck with topwater plugs. Redfish are also scattered up the rivers, and don’t be surprised if you hook a striper. Incoming tides offer the best action.

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Homosassa Inshore Fishing Weekly Report, December 13, 2010 from Capt. William Toney

by on Dec.13, 2010, under Chassahowitzka and Homosassa, Ozello to Crystal River

Severe cold weather is upon use this week so bundle up and buckle down for some great warm water action. In Citrus county we are blessed with three spring fed rivers and one artificially heated canal. The Progress Energy Power Plant hot water discharge is always a winter hot spot for fishing but can get very crowded. The spring fed rivers Homosassa, Crystal and Chassahowitzka all have a constant 72 degree flow at the headwaters and have a lot of room to fish.

The largest area to fish would be in Kings Bay in the Crystal River. The bay all the way down the river to the Yacht Club where the Salt River starts will hold everything from ladyfish to seatrout. For trout, ladyfish and jack creveille use a D.O.A. Deadly Combo or MirrOlures MirrOdine. Don’t be surprised if you catch a snook. For redfish, sheepshead, mangrove snapper and blackdrum use live shrimp hooked on a Eagle Claw 1/0 baitholder hook with a 1/4 oz. sliding sinker. The best places for these species is the deep holes especially those with rocky ledges or outcroppings. The same tactics will work in the Homosassa River and if you fish there try trolling D.O.A. CAL shads in the Blue Waters for snook, jacks and ladyfish.

Looking for that perfect gift for the angler in your life? How about a fishing trip for their Christmas present? I have gift certificates available and then your shopping list can be complete. Look for incoming high tide mid-morning this weekend. Capt. William Toney www.homosassainshorefishing.com

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