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Homosassa Inshore Fishing Weekly Report, December 9, 2013, Capt. William Toney

by on Dec.09, 2013, under Chassahowitzka and Homosassa

Fall like conditions make fish bite, well like in the Fall or Spring. On the St. Martins Keys I’ve been catching big sea trout on the yellow patchy bottom with spring time D.O.A. glow 5.5 jerk baits. I don’t know how long this will last but the trout are hanging around the rock grass on hard yellow bottom. The best drifts have been around the Rock Island channel near Bird Key. In-between the turtle grass on a clear day the reef patches are very visible and cast the jerk bait across it and twitch to you see the trout slurp it up. Another bait that has been getting the big trout near Sugar Bowl in Homosassa is the MirrOlure LiL’ John under a popping cork. The best color is bourbon.
Red fishing has been excellent on the high tides around Little Homosassa River and Ozello keys. There are lots of short fish but stay with them to boat a few keepers. Shrimp has been the best bait and use a circle hook or with a j hook keep a tight line to avoid throat hooking these short fish. These are our future keeper redfish, be nice to them! Spanish mackerel are on the near shore rocks and the Crystal River Spoil Banks. Use a long shank hook and live shrimp to catch them. Look for high tide around mid day this week end.

Capt. William Toney www.homosassainshorefishing.com

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

by on Dec.02, 2013, under Chassahowitzka and Homosassa

Fish are scattered all the way from the near shore flats to the holes deep in the backcountry. Depending on the tide phase and wind conditions, these will dictate what fish are accessible and where you can possibly catch fish. I’ve always preached that this is the time of year if an angler would like to learn how to fish Homosassa, our waters have exposed themselves for you to see. Anglers will have to think small this time of year in the sense that deep water may be only 20 yards long compared to a 200 yard long flat in September. A slower and more thorough presentation with each cast can be the ticket to catching fish compared with the run and gun technique of warmer weather.
Trout fishing in the channel edges and holes in Mason Creek, Salt River, Little Homosassa River and St. Martins River has been good. There are many short fish but the action can be fun and work hard enough you will put some fish in the box. The top bait has been a D.O.A. near clear 3” shrimp underneath a popping cork. If the wind is calm I’ve had good luck using the shrimp with no cork and working it very slowly. The Homosassa River has plenty of undersized redfish that are biting live shrimp near the bottom. Most places along the river where the channel comes close to the bank is a good spot. Look for incoming tide this weekend very late evening.

Capt. William Toney www.homosassainshorefishing.com

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by on Nov.16, 2013, under Chassahowitzka and Homosassa, Ozello to Crystal River

Oh where Oh where did all the water go? Why did you leave me all high and dry? That was my song that I sang earlier in the week when strong north east winds blew the water from the Nature Coast to the Mexican coast. With the extreme low tide earlier in the week fishing was tough. My clients and I did manage to catch 8 keeper trout and this is what we did. Three trout came from the Homosassa River fishing the rock grass  near the mouth of the river with live shrimp under a cork. Not my preferred method but it produced. The other five trout came from Mason creek using a golden bream 3” D.O.A. shrimp. Patience and working the bait very slowly around the edge of the channel helped us produce fish that day. Normally I do not use just the D.O. A. shrimp without a cork but fishing on the east coast in the Indian River it is the preferred method and learning this help put fish in the box.
With this front behind us look for fishing to improve with warm weather. Spanish mackerel are near the Spoil Banks in Crystal River, use a chum bag to lure them in and then free line live shrimp to catch them. A few redfish are around the St. Matins Keys. On the first part of the incoming tide use a soft plastic or live shrimp to sight cast to them before the reds move into the mangroves and become inaccessible. Look for high incoming tide late afternoon this weekend with the low tide bottoming out midday. Capt. William Toney www.homosassainshorefishing.com

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Homosassa Fishing Report, 11/1/13, from Capt. William Toney

by on Nov.02, 2013, under Chassahowitzka and Homosassa

More trout are moving inshore to traditional fall fishing areas. Although I’m not catching as many as in years past for this time of year, trout fishing has improved during this past week. I am finding trout in the kelp grass on the edge of a high “hump” on the near shore flats. High incoming tide seems to be the best bite, but as long as I have moving water the fish will bite. Some of the best area’s are near the pole line in Chassahowitzka, Long Point and Bird Key. The best lure has been the D.O.A. Deadly Combo with a glow gold rush belly. Along with the trout I have caught some very nice flounder in these same areas.
The redfish are mainly in the backcountry now with a few hanging around the St. Martins Keys. South of Mason Creek is where I have had the best luck. Don’t be surprised if you hook a snook while fishing for red’s because there are a lot of them in the Chassahowitzka National Wildlife Refuge. The near shore rocks are holding good numbers of spanish mackerel and some gag grouper. On calm days it’s worth the gas to run out there. Look for high outgoing tide this weekend in the early morning.

Capt. William Toney www.homosassainshorefishing.com

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Homosassa Fishing Report, Capt. William Toney, 10/30/13

by on Oct.29, 2013, under Chassahowitzka and Homosassa

Good fishing near the edge of the Gulf and around the Citrus County creek mouths. With the recent cool weather the sea trout, flounder, blue fish, lady fish and jack crevelles have push closer to shore. Areas near deep channels and sandy pothole bottoms are the best places to fish. Other good spots to fish are the close in flats that have kelp patches on the high incoming tide. The best creeks have been Fish Creek, St. Martins and Mason Creek. The best baits have been the D.O.A. 5.5 jerk bait in glow and MirrOlure LiL’ Johns in bourbon with a chartreuse 1/8 oz. jig head. The jerk bait works best on calm days and if it is breezy use the jig under a popping cork.
Inshore grouper fishing is very good right now. Heavy spinning tackle with 40lb. braid is a must to pull the gag groupers away from the structure. The best water depth to start in is eight feet. If you do not have any structure to fish try running north from Homosassa marker #4. On a calm day look for green turtles surfacing and green spots on the bottom with a dark area in the center. Some of the best plugs are Rapalla F14’s and a great soft plastic is the D.O.A. 6” shrimp. Look for incoming tide this weekend mid morning and peaking mid afternoon. Capt. William Toney www.homosassainshorefishing.com

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Homosassa Inshore Fishing Report, 10/21/13, from Capt. William Toney

by on Oct.21, 2013, under Chassahowitzka and Homosassa

Inshore fishing for gag grouper right now is on fire. Casting shallow water plugs and soft plastics toward rocks or spring holes in 8 feet of water may result in a arm jerking strike! A good starting point is the Foul Area about 3.5 miles north west of the Bird Rack. Large soft plastics like the D.O.A. Swim ‘in Mullet or the 6 inch shrimp also work’s very well and can be fished slower and right on the top of the structure. A great bonus with the soft plastics is that some large flounder can be caught with these lure’s fishing right next to the sand around the rock.
Trout fishing has picked up this week and the pending cold front should help out the trout bite even more. The best area’s have been near Buck Horn Key, St. Martins Key’s and Mangrove Point. Kelp bottom is what to look for and good moving water is best. Either tide is good as long as the boat is moving. The best colors have been MirrOlure LIL’ Johns in bourbon, watermelon red flake and tube worm. The D.O.A. 3” shrimp in fire tiger has work well too.
Red fishing has been up and down but there has been a few school’s of reds showing up on the incoming tide. Good amounts of red fish are scattered around between Pea Pass and Fish Creek on the last hour of incoming tide. The first part of the incoming tide look for schools of red fish on the outside keys west of Ozello. My clients and I ran across one that had about 500 fish in it and we starting casting anything that was tied on the end of the line and we were all hooking up. One of the only down falls was that some of the rods were rigged for trout with popping corks and jigs. The redfish went crazy over them and when you would hook one the rest of the reds would attack the cork and the result was a broken line and a very trashed popping cork. It was very exciting to watch. High incoming tide this weekend will be first thing in the morning.

Capt. William Toney www.homosassainshorefishing.com

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Homosassa Fishing Report from Capt. William Toney, 10/8/13

by on Oct.07, 2013, under Chassahowitzka and Homosassa

The word on the street is “ you better be where the trout are biting when the tide is outgoing “. Fishing with some of the best guides on the Nature Coast our spread sheet was all over the board. Out of five guide’s, the top boat had 20 keeper trout and it went waaaay down hill from there. The next highest boat had six and even less from there. I will admit that I was one of the low boat’s but I believe in what won’t kill you will only make you stronger. This is my suggestion when trout fishing south of Chassahowitzka Point.  1 Look for hard bottom with lot’s of kelp grass. 2 If you do not land a keeper in 30 minute’s move. 3 The best bait’s are D.O.A. fire tiger 3” shrimp and MirrOlure LiL’ Johns in dark colors. When the tide starts to come in the bite will slow, but as I’ve found out the trout move with the tide inland. So it is important to establish the bite early in the tide to stay with the fish.
Red fishing for me has been tough. I’ve found a few red’s in the St. Martins Key’s but I will say for me that the red fishing has not been good as in years past for this time of year. I will report this though today we had a slam with redfish, trout and snook in our Chassahowitzka National Wildlife Refuge. The government may have shut down but the fish were there for us angler’s. The best bait was the new MirrOlure LIL John XL 4.5 pearl soft bait. The snook were caught on a incoming tide on point that were near deep water with lots of big rocks. I believe that if I were at the same location on a high outgoing tide the snook bite would have been even better. High incoming tide this weekend will be early morning with a quarter moon. Capt. William Toney www.homosassainshorefishing.com

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Homosassa, FL Fishing Report, 9/23/13, from Capt. William Toney

by on Sep.23, 2013, under Chassahowitzka and Homosassa

Now that scallop season has ended for the Nature Coast less crowded conditions can be expected on are waters. The slightly cooler mornings have dropped the water temperature and moved sea trout closer to the Homosassa flats. If you were to draw a line north and south of the Bird Rack this is a good starting point to catch a limit of trout. A orange popping cork with a 1/8 jig head and soft plastic lure is the best bait. The best colors are the D.O.A. clear red glitter shrimp and the MirrOlures LiL’ John in tube worm color.
Red fishing as of late has been a hit or miss but I believe as we get away from the full moon red fishing will improve. The Ozello Keys and St. Martins Keys do have schools of red fish but they are on the skittish side. Approach the western facing points on a incoming tide very quietly for the best chance of not spooking the fish. As I have found if you do not do this the fish will leave or not bite anything. The best bait has been cut bait like pinfish, lady fish and mullet but I you do not like to handle catfish and sharks the best bait is a Eppinger Rex gold spoon.
Mangrove snapper seem to be on every little rock or reef. The water depth does not matter and you can see them swimming around the structure. Use some shrimp to chum for them but don’t use to much so that they are full by the time you start to fish for them. My hook of choice is a Eagle Claw long shank #2 silver plated hook. I use no lead just hook and shrimp free lined with the current toward the snapper. Incoming high tide will be early morning this weekend with a outgoing tide in the afternoon.

Capt. William Toney

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Homosassa Fishing Report, 2/10/13, from Capt. William Toney

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

Fair weather and good fishing is what it’s all about in Homosassa. Good catches of red grouper, key west grunts and sheep head have been coming out of the 30’ depth. For a excellent sheep head bite you don’t need to run as far nice fish are on the shallow rocks in eight to ten foot of water. The preferred bait has been live shrimp. High tide is the best bite.
Trout fishing reminds me of more like March then February. The trout are scattered out until the incoming tide covers the rocky points then the fish move in on top of the rocks for warmth and the many baitfish and crabs to feed on. I’ve been doing very well on a D.O.A. 5.5” nosed hooked with a 3/0 Owner bait hook. This bait can be fished very shallow and it’s a joy to watch it as a large trout tracks it then takes the bait. Red fishing has been a little tough. I suggest if you would like to catch some pole the Ozello Keys and try the sight casting method because most of the reds that I’ve seen lately are singles and scattered out. High tide will be very early morning and very late evening with a mid day low tide.

Capt. William Toney www.homosassainshorefishing.com

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Homosassa Inshore Fishing Weekly Report, 1/22/13, from Capt. William Toney

by on Jan.22, 2013, under Chassahowitzka and Homosassa

Up and downs in the gulf water temperature have the fish in one spot one day and then back up the creeks on the next. On a recent trip we targeted redfish with some success. There were a few redfish around the fish creek area but getting them to eat even a live shrimp was a chore. After poling around for a while we did sight cast two keepers. The largest redfish of the trip actually came from Tiger Tail Bay almost within sight of MacReas from a deep hole in the river. Goes to show the fish are spread out.
Trout fishing in the backcountry creeks and deeper channels has been very good. The best baits have been root beer MirrOlure LiL’ Johns and D.O.A. CAL Shads. I’ve better luck fishing the bait very slowly and near the bottom. On the near shore rock piles the sheepshead bite has been good. There are also some nice sized porgies and black sea bass around the rocks also. Live shrimp is the best bait. Look for high incoming tide midday this weekend.

Capt. William Toney www.homosassainshorefishing.com

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