Saturday, Oct 22 2011
Family Day Trout. Oct. 22nd 2011 FeaturedWritten by Captain Dan
I had the Wood family on board today out of Crystal River and the trout bite was much better. Leaving from Pete's Pier at 8am we began the day working some oyster bar cuts, kelp grass patches and catching a few trout. The morning bite was slow and the gulf water temperature was registering 64 degrees. By noon the water temperature raised a couple degrees and we made a run south to some shallow "yellow" hard bottom areas. It was a great decision and in a couple drifts, we added several more keeper trout to the cooler. The DOA holographic watermelon shrimp was today's top producer. The shrimp was rigged with the traditional hook and belly weight combination and a oval deadly combo cork, to call the fish in. Thank you all for the fun time and enjoy tonights fresh fish dinner... Capt. Dan
I'm captain Dan Clymer and I've lived and fished the Crystal River & Homosassa rivers my entire life. Give me a call at (352) 418-2160 to schedule a charter and go fishing!