Homosassa Fishing Report 3/25/14 – The Ledger (blog)

Capt. William Toney/Homosassa Inshore Fishing Charters

March 25, 2014

“There was great weather and ideal fishing earlier this weekend. Once we near the coast around the new moon in the finish each week, In my opinion the fishing should stay excellent. Permanently ocean trout action, try areas around Eco-friendly Key and Homosassa Point, east of Ship Rock, Chassahowitzka Point, and Northwest Key. Incoming tide is the greatest bite, but when you love to sight cast, wait for a tide to decrease lower towards the simplistic then pole your boat towards the much deeper downturns around these fishing spots. The trout is going to be laid in these holes. Ease in as quiet as you possibly can for the best results, if one seafood spooks, the same is true the relaxation of these. This time around of the year I understand I seem just like a damaged record, however, you cannot beat a nose hooked. D.O.A. CAL 5.5 ” jerk bait in glow color,” reviews Capt. William Toney of Homosassa Inshore Fishing Charters (352-621-9284). homosassainshorefishing.com

“On high tide, a couple of keeper size redfish have came out around Seafood Creek and also the south side of Mason Creek. The spanish language spanish mackerel, blue seafood, and a variety of other the sunshine seafood are beginning to exhibit on the near shoreline rocks. A couple of sharks, like small bonnet heads, are swimming the houses in Homosassa Bay and that i did see one large bull shark of approximately 8 ft south of Chassahowitzka Point. High incoming tide a few days ago is going to be around mid-day,” Toney reviews.

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Capt. William Toney is really a 4th generation fishing guide and Homosassa native. He is an expert in saltwater, light tackle, inshore fishing for redfish, speckled trout, tarpon along with other saltwater species. Toney is really a full-time, U . s . States Coast Guard licensed guide, and part of the Homosassa Guide’s Association. Toney can also be the host of Brighthouse Cable Television’s “Nature Coast Outdoors,” which airs on Brighthouse Funnel 16 in Citrus and Levy Areas.

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