Last Updated on April 19, 2016 by Capt. Jason
Homosassa scalloping season is in full effect.
Lots of 10 gallons limits per boat are being brought in.
This year we will be running Scallop trips out of my 24′ carolina skiff or my 22′ bonefish bay boat.
We will be heading out to catch our limit of scallops just outside of the Homosassa/ Halls river basin.
Which in my opinion is the best place to go to catch scallops, because of the crystal clear shallow flats that make finding the scallop an easy task for even young swimmers and seasoned scallopers alike. I provide all the gear and spots necessary to have a successful day on the water. My boats can accommodate up to six people.
Once we get our ten gallon limit we head in to drop them off to get cleaned by some local scallop cleaning experts. (additional 40 dollars)
We then make our way up the beautiful halls river to wash off in the gin clear freshwater springs to cool off, while we wait for your scallops to be finished cleaning.
The usual trip last about 4 to 5 hours depending on how long it takes your group to catch its limits of scallops.
What you would need to bring.
Whatever food and beverages you would like to drink for the day.
Beer is allowed.
and a great attitude and a willingness to learn how to catch scallops.
The captain will provide everything else for you to have an enjoyable day on the water. including all gear and fishing licenses.
If you are considering booking a scalloping charter please give me a call so that I can get your Homosassa scallop charter booked before time runs out. Scallop season is open until June 27th to September 24th. Call for questions about rates or multi boat trips.
See ya on the water!
Call Captain Jason Dozier Now to book your 2015 Homosassa scalloping adventure.