Items filtered by date: June 2017
Sunday, Jul 09 2017

High Country Trout...

The high country road trip turned out to be good and a bit disappointing. Some of my favorite streams I've fished in the past are just running to hard, or are muddy. The one's that are running hard are very clear which is nice, but a couple days away from being fish-able. At about 9,000ft on some of the high peaks; we encountered snow packs which being a Florida boy, is pretty cool. We did find one stream just about right and my wife and I caught double digit Bonneville cutthroats in just over an hour to end the road trip... Capt. Dan

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Saturday, Jul 08 2017

Wyoming Cutt's...

A fantastic start to our 2017 trip to Wyoming and the streams are shaping up nicely. The first couple of days we've stayed in the lower country and had really good dry fly action. The high elevation streams are still in full runoff, but we're going to give them a look today and do some exploring. Morning temperatures are in the mid 40's and nice warm afternoons. All the trout so far have been Snake River fine spotted cutthroats and Becky hooked a beauty yesterday that unfortunately got wrapped around a root ball and straightened the hook. I'll keep everyone posted on the trip and good fishing where ever you may be!!! Capt. Dan

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Monday, Jul 03 2017

Hot Homosassa Reds...

The summer heat didn't give us break today and it was a toasty one on the big pond. I had the pleasure of having the Athens family on board and we spent the mornings incoming tide red fishing. I had to move around a bit to find them, but we eventually did. Live shrimp in the mullet schools did the trick and we spent the afternoon rock pile jumping. On the rocks, we had good action with mango's, grunts, small gags, mackerel, lady fish and jacks. Pretty steady action and it's always fun to put a bend in the rod. This was my last trip before I head out to Wyoming, so stay tuned for some fishing updates from the Wild West..... Capt. Dan

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Saturday, Jul 01 2017

Best of the Best...

Hello everybody, I just wanted to say thank you for everyone who took the time to vote in the Citrus County's Best of the Best awards. I was honored to win this years Best Fishing Guide award and it means so much to win. This makes 4 years in a row and I'm blessed to work with so many great guides, especially the Homosassa Guides Association captains. Once again I thank you and I'll see you soon... Capt. Dan

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