Its been temps changing and fish moving, as March comes to an almost chilly end here in Citrus County. Colder days have kept the reds in the back creeks, skinny waters, muddy lagoons, and shallow estuaries with warmer water access and reliable food source. Tarpon and Snook have been found in the rivers and in tidal creeks, spring fed areas, such as larger bays with structure and springs warming the waters to 72 degrees. backwaters with 60+ degree water temperatures have been most productive on inshore species.
Welcome to “rad times”
If you have booked a trip or are thinking of booking a trip, this is your spot to shine!
This blog portion of my page is going to be dedicated to all the memorable moments produced here at BACKWATER FISH AND PADDLE! Every rad trip requires a great attitude and a bit of balance. Our rad trips are based on your ability to be able to physically paddle or be outdoors in Florida weather for up to 2.5 hours or more. If that statement made you jump, try not to fall off the boards! While enjoying a trip with us you will definitely want to double check all the personal gear you are bringing before leaving for your destination. All additional gear needed will be discussed via email or phone after or prior to booking. It is good to take note that all of the trips provided are unique and may vary depending on the weather and environment. If you live for outdoors, adventures, paddling, fishing, and camping thrills, you are probably ready to join some rad times!! BOOK NOW and thanks for visiting BACKWATER FISH AND PADDLE. I hope to see you soon!