Homosassa Inshore Fishing Report with Captain Toney
Great weather and good fishing are what anglers have been experiencing on the Big Bend.
The area around the Bombing Range has been a traditional hot spot since I was young. I remember using Loves Lures while out there with my dad and uncles. One chore I performed was to keep a small pile of cut shrimp, mullet or pinfish that we would tip our lures with. Using tandem lures we could catch two trout at a time, or a sea bass and a mackerel, or a bluefish and a trout.
It was fun fishing that can be experienced today.
Back inshore the trout bite is good around rocky shorelines, points with redfish and snook mixed in together.
Offshore there’s been a good mangrove snapper bite starting at 18-feet with some hogfish.
High incoming tide will be mid-morning this weekend.
Homosassa Weekly Fishing Report from Captain William Toney
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