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It’ll Be a Happier New Year 2012–If It Gets Cold and the Seatrout Move Into the Big Bend Rivers!

by on Jan.01, 2012, under FLORIDA'S BIG BEND AND EMERALD COAST

I ended 2011 with some interesting fishing trips. Some were fruitful–others not.

The weather along the Big Bend has been unpredictable, at best. We had only one day of sub-freezing temperatures as the New Year approached and those temperatures only lasted until about 9AM! Water temperatures on December 31st never reached the mid-50s, hovering close to 60 in the mornings and reaching almost 70 in the shallows by late in the day. Essentially, this means the seatrout can’t decide whether to hunker down in the deep holes in the coastal rivers from Homosassa to St. Marks or to chase mullet and pinfish on the flats near the river mouths.

On the Wednesday following Christmas, I’d hoped to put my dad and my daughter on some seatrout.   It looked like we’d have a sunny day and that the fish might be in the Steinhatchee River.  However, much to our distress, the usual spots were vacant.  We did have some luck on the flats though, but not with trout.  In fact, we didn’t see a trout all day, just a few pesky redfish and a nice keeper flounder.  The following day I went over to Suwannee to fish with my friends Erik and Meghan (the ‘supermodel’) in their airboat.  We were hoping to find some fish in the backs of the big creeks there.  After about 6 hours of hard work and lots of running through about 6 creeks, I left and headed for home–with no messy fish to clean.  Erik and Meghan did head to to a popular spot later that afternoon and managed a couple of reds, a flounder and a trout.  Of course, they fished under one of the docks behind the Salt Creek Seafood Company and not in the creek holes!  On New Year’s Eve, I fished with Capt. Rick Davidson and after about 4 hours of hitting all our good spots, including the river holes, we finally found trout and reds in a small rocky area south of the river.  We managed about 15 keeper trout (keeping 6) and a couple of top-slot reds, including a tournament-class 7.5#, 26.5″ fish.  The fish were all in two feet of water and struck on MirrOlure MirrOminnow lures.  The ‘bite’ started about 2 PM and lasted until about 3:30 when the sun moved lower on the horizon, cooling things off.

Meghan, the 'Supermodel' gets her boots wet while fishing the backwaters of Sanders Creek, near Suwannee

Capt. Rick Davidson with a nice Steinhatchee wintertime trout

You can expect lots more seatrout to move into the rivers as soon as the water temperatures reach the low 50s or high 40s. Then, look for them at Steinhatchee near markers #26 or just downstream from the Sea Hag Marina in the ‘Suicide Hole’. Pat’s Elbow in the Withlacoochee River at Yankeetown is a a good bet, too, as are the Suwannee area creeks like Dan May and Barnett.

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Capt. Tommy’s Florida Sportsman Online Big Bend Fishing4Cast, January 14-16, 2011, ‘WFD (Wintertime Fishing Depression) Sets In’

by on Jan.14, 2011, under FLORIDA'S BIG BEND AND EMERALD COAST

Interested in where to fish this weekend?  Take a look at my latest Big Bend Fishing4Cast.  The post will be up for a week, and these stories are not archived.

Me, I’m heading to Crystal River and Kings Bay this weekend!

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