Snook is a well known summertime favorite here in Homosassa, but what happens as Fall rolls in and water temps start cooling off? Well, they are still here, but tactics change.
Redfish are famous flats prowlers -- known for working in schools in shallow water in every corner of the Gulf of Mexico, the Florida Keys, and the East Coast from Florida to Virginia. But, you don’t have to be in 6 inches of water, out on a flat, to catch redfish. There’s a whole other world of exciting redfish action in the backcountry creeks and rivers -- especially in the Homosassa area.
We just marked the start of Fall, and with that comes the outlook for fishing in Homosassa, Florida during this time of year. Locals actually look forward to this time of year as the temps get more comfortable and the waters get a little less busy. But what does that mean for the fishing?
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