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As we wrap up the 2018 waterfowl season we have to look back and reflect on the times we’ve had. The good, the bad and the ugly. Whether we had a successful hunt or an absolute barrel burner, at the end of the day we learned, we adjusted and we improved. But its not always...
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Red Heads are about as good as it gets this year. If you are looking for that trophy wall hanger now is the time. This next front should push some better birds down our way and make for a great rest of the season. If you have never had the chance to experience the beautiful...
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First phase was pretty killer to say the least. Most mornings we were dumping our guns every 10 minutes to keep up with ducks working our decoys. Because of the high pressure on the notorious “diver-duck” lakes in Florida we concentrated mostly on hunting “puddle-ducks” this time around. Although the divers were very abundant, the...
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Sight fishing redfish has been absolutely excellent. Anglers are getting as many as 30 shots a day. Many of then have been tailing especially on the lower tides. Duck season is now upon us and the duck are here! Now booking duck and redfish trips for all of December. Come get some!!  
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A great sized tarpon being held up by a fisherman in homosassa
Fishing is as good as it gets! Reds, Snook and Tarpon are chewing every day. The inshore slam is as possible as it ever is here in the back country of Homosassa. Come catch the Homosassa slam on fly or spin this October.
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A duck harvested in Hmosassa
Early Teal & Woodduck season ends today. The Wooducks were plentiful but we did struggle with the Teal, only shooting a 1/2 dozen or so. While I’d like to blame Hurricane Irma and the unusually high water for the lack of Teal in the Florida marshes, at the end of the day I just think...
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Redfish and Snook bite in Homosassa is on fire right now! As long as the sky stays clear the sight-fishing has been excellent. Last week’s strong tides have the floating turtle grass pushed out of our inshore waters and presenting an artificial lure or fly is now manageable. Look for the fishing to even get...
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A tarpon jumping out of the water in Homosassa
Tarpon is as good as it gets! Several days we have never stop casting until it was time to go home. If you get tired of the poons there are plenty of Snook & Cobia on the flats to hunt with the long rods. The weather has been a little hit and miss with the...
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Well…. that’s another year in the books fellas. I got to meet some great people this year and hunted with some of the finest folks you could ask to. Although it wasn’t our best year in Florida we were able to change up our game and make the best of it. We managed to end...
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Its been a fairly slow season but things are starting to finally heat up here in Florida. Finding duck that aren’t constantly on the move has been this years challenge. For the most part the coastal birds have been fairly consistent but inland lakes and marshes are very “hit-and-miss”. You will see 1000 birds one...
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