Category: Inshore Fishing

Captain William Toney holds a nice tripletail fish

Captain William Toney - A Legendary Florida Inshore Fishing Guide

Tap into the genius of Captain William Toney, a Florida inshore fishing legend. Learn about his contributions to Homosassa's fishing culture and the exceptional guided trips provided by Homosassa Inshore Fishing, where sustainability and education meet the thrill of the catch.

captain william toney with a late winter sheepshead

Florida Inshore Fishing and Small Game Hunting Guide: Maximizing Spring Opportunities

As spring approaches, inshore fishing thrives with sheepshead, trout, and redfish, while live shrimp bait reigns supreme. Warm days bring trout to the flats, and the woods offer serene hunting for small game and deer, making now the ideal time for both fishing enthusiasts and hunters to enjoy the natural bounty of the Big Bend area.

Inshore Fishing: Gulf of Mexico Hotspots

Embark on an exhilarating journey through the Gulf of Mexico's prime inshore fishing hotspots. From Florida's bountiful bays to Texas's rich estuaries, this guide reveals where to catch prized species like redfish, snook, seatrout and tarpon, offering a thrilling adventure for every angler.

Florida inshore fishing is a year round adventure

Florida Sport Fishing: Your Ultimate Guide to Inshore Angling

Florida's waters offer exceptional inshore fishing, from the Indian River Lagoon to the Florida Keys. This guide explores top destinations, fish species like redfish and snook, techniques like live bait and fly fishing, and tips to maximize your catches in the shallow saltwater environments.

diagram of a pinfish showing exagerated pins all over the fish

Pinfish - A Comprehensive Guide

Pinfish are a popular and effective baitfish for catching gamefish like redfish, snook, and seatrout. Rig and present them naturally to match conditions and target species. Handle with care to keep them lively for the best action. Learn more with this comprehensive guide.

Cold Weather Inshore Fishing

Cold Weather Inshore Fishing

Cold weather requires different fishing methods for warmer water. To catch fish, find areas slightly higher than surrounding areas, such as natural springs or coves. Spring-fed waters on outgoing tides pull warm waters out of rivers, while keys along east-west and northern shorelines provide cozy fishing spots. Patience is key, as low and slow lures can be rewarding, resembling a freshwater crappie bite.