Totally Tarpon Time
5 world record have been set in our area, and you could be next. Are you up for it? Give me a holler, and we'll hook ya up.
Trout are being very cooperative eating most anything in their path. The key to the most success of hookups is what i say "get down and dirty". Go with freelinning a jig and plastic to get down to near bottom staying just above the grass, and let them take your offering. With the lack of rain the water is real clear, keeping the fish spooky along with sunny days to avoid birds and other prey that keep the saying, "dog eat dog world" alive!. So, you have to get your offering close to their liar. Hey, they still have to eat, and we're just letting them exert less energy to oblidge.
Ron & Mark Macintosh with 2 limits of Trout and a Flounder to boot
About The Author: Captain Rick Burns
Company: Reel Burns Charters
Area Reporting: Homosassa and Crystal River, Central Florida
Bio: Native Capt. Rick Burns, with over 30 years experience on fresh and saltwaters of central Citrus County FL.Currently owns and operated reel Burns Charters for a customized flats and inshore angling adventure. Licensed by the US Coast Guard, and employed by Citrus County Parks and Rec as the sole angling instructor, offfering a multitude of fishing educational classes monthly. Dedicated to the conservation of Floridas Nature Coast, currently a member in good standing of CCA and Florida Guides Association.