Capt. Marrio Castello/Tall Tales Fishing Charters
March 23, 2014
“The waters around Very River and Yankeetown happen to be gradually starting to warm up earlier this week. It’s a welcome sight to determine the transition from Winter to Spring. We’re beginning to determine large schools of finger mullet cruising the rocky shores. This informs me the bigger predatory seafood that feast upon options are a little way behind. We’ve been focusing on snook around rocky shores and oyster bars because they stick to the mullet schools. Find a bar or shoreline which has decent water movement and bait and you’ll likely discover the snook. We’ve used the Unfair Fishing lures Stickminno 100 with positive results. These baits look and go swimming just like the small mullet the snook happen to be feeding on,” reviews Capt. Marrio Castello of Tall Tales Charters of Very River. (352-454-7719). talltaleschartersfl.com
“We’ve been seeing the large black drum patrolling large oyster bars in Yankeetown. These seafood are a simple target for fishermen that would like to learn how you can sight seafood as they do not spook as quickly as redfish. Live choose shrimp on the 4/ circle hook are a good bait, however they may also consume a soft plastic just like a D.O.A. CAL Shad tail on the 1/8 oz jig mind,” Castello reviews.
Capt. Marrio Castello is really a U . s . States Coast Guard licensed guide and continues to be fishing the waters of Very River and Yankeetown his entire existence. He is an expert in saltwater, light tackle, inshore fishing for redfish, snook, speckled trout, cobia along with other saltwater species. Castello can also be the confirming Captain on FM 101.1 WJRR’s weekly fishing set of Saturday morning for that Homosassa and Very River area.