July 26, 2017

Fly Fish the Nature Coast

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Florida is an outdoor enthusiast’s playground; especially if you enjoy being in, on or around water. With over 18% of Florida being water; it is no secret why Florida is America’s #1 vacation destination. From beautiful white sandy beaches, to miles and miles of marsh grass lined coastline, backwater swamps, protected estuaries and bays, and of course those incredible spring-fed rivers, Florida has you covered no matter how you like to get wet. However, for many residents—and tourists alike, it’s what’s below the surface of the water that really peaks our interests. Because when it comes to fishing, Florida is considered the fishing capital of the world. Read more

June 16, 2017

Homosassa Tarpon Fishing

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Its that time of year again. The temps are on the rise, thunderstorms pop up just about every afternoon and the tarpon can be seen rolling throughout the bays and inlets. This is a time of year that every fisherman that lives within the tarpon migration route waits for; and Homosassa is no different. Tarpon begin migrating up the coast of Florida as the water temperatures warm; between 75 and 85 degrees. Read more

May 29, 2017

Homosassa Fishing Guides

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Homosassa, Florida is nestled along Florida’s Nature Coast. Everything from the fishery to the daily living appeals to those who truly love what the Florida outdoors are all about. In this, Homosassa is home to some of the best fishing guides in the state. Homosassa has drawn in everything from offshore charter fishing Captains who once resided in the Florida Keys, to travelers that landed here and realized this was to become home. While others are truly homegrown locals who have lived a life and developed a passion for being on the water in what some consider one of the most beautiful and diverse places in the state. Read more

April 27, 2017

Fishing the Nature Coast

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Florida is divvied up between different coasts based on their location. Much like the state’s nickname, the sunshine state, different coastal areas have nicknames as well. Some of which you may have heard of. Beginning in the Pensacola area we have the Emerald Coast, the Forgotten Coast, Nature Coast, Sun Coast, Cultural Coast, Lee Island Coast, Gold Coast, Treasure Coast, Space Coast and finally, the First Coast which encompasses the Jacksonville/St. Augustine area. All of these coasts are popular for different reasons, and their nicknames may allude to those quality traits. But one thing is for certain, they are all known for their fishing! Let’s focus on one coast in particular, the Nature Coast. Read more