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With such unusual weather patterns in May it was tough to stay on the fish and maintain a working pattern. One day the Tarpon would be crawling on the bottom and other days they would just refuse to eat! High winds and low visibility left both anglers and guides shaking their heads at the end...
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Early May has been a tough time for Tarpon fishing in Homosassa this year. The high winds and late cold fronts have had the fish in a little bit of a funk. Water temperature plays a huge roll in Tarpon migration patterns. Without perfect condition Tarpon will not travel to our flats and surrounding areas....
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Migratory Tarpon are a bit wrapped up but the little ones are hanging in strong. Reds and Snook are starting to fire up again as well. On a good day anglers are getting their slams (Tarpon, Redfish & Snook in a single day) complete. Come take your shot a Homosassa slam this August & September.
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So far Tarpon has been excellent this season. With a few minor wind & weather set backs earlier in early June, the fish are back in full swing. Juvenile Tarpon have moved into their usual summer time haunts and it keeps getting better and better everyday. If your looking to get a few shots at...
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Ducks are done and Redfish is heating up. If you can get out of the wind and rain for a day or so the redfish are ready to chew. Low tides have fish tailing and pushing wakes on the rock bars. We have also started to catch some decent snook on the outside of the...
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Tarpon, Redfish and Snook have been killer. Water is finally starting to clear up from the summer rains and site-fishing has been excellent. Its not uncommon to see several redfish on a single stingray when polling the back country flats. We saw over over 30 reds on a single ray the other day which was...
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Now that the big girls have left the Nature Coast its time to play with the juveniles. Homosassa late season Tarpon fishery is very plentiful and last through mid September. Although the summer rains will push fish in and out of the back country, it remains fairly consistent until the first cold front of fall....
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Tarpon infested our waters from May through mid July this year. The season as a whole was phenomenal, with many first on fly for my anglers, some catching multiple fish in a day. Like most fishing, you gotta take the god with the bad. We also had some rough times this season. The hard rain...
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Redfish & Snook are as good as it gets right now. If you can find a day to get out of the wind and rain the fish are chewing. Water is clean and the turtle grass is growing back strong. Bait is also coming back to the flats as thick as it was last spring....
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As the warmer weather approaches the redfish bite has been turning on. Although it was a rough start with the unusually cold winter, now is the time to get on the water. On calm days the fish are starting to tail and as the tide moves in the back water creeks are filling up with...
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