Report On A Successful Fishing Trip – Ozello, Florida, By Gary Rankel

Dick Sherman and I had a nice day out of Ozello, Florida.
Dick landed a 25 inch redfish which he may be consuming as I type this, and we each had several more big reds on. Dick also caught a Sheepshead (also called a convict fish by the locals for obvious reasons) on a surface lure which is a super rare occurrence – I’ve yet to catch one in 6 years of fishing. I landed a jack crevalle, and a super-hungry 5-inch lizard fish that tried to swallow a 4-inch lure. Unfortunately, my big reds shook off before I got pictures of them, but it was a blast watching them swim underneath the W kayak.
Gary

Dick Sherman and I had a nice day out of Ozello, Florida.
Dick landed a 25 inch redfish which he may be consuming as I type this, and we each had several more big reds on. Dick also caught a Sheepshead (also called a convict fish by the locals for obvious reasons) on a surface lure which is a super rare occurrence – I’ve yet to catch one in 6 years of fishing. I landed a jack crevalle, and a super-hungry 5-inch lizard fish that tried to swallow a 4-inch lure. Unfortunately, my big reds shook off before I got pictures of them, but it was a blast watching them swim underneath the W kayak.
Gary

kayak angler showing sheepshead he caught on a surface lure
Dick Sherman Showing The Convict Fish He Caught On A Surface Lure

Jack Crevalle landed in fishing kayak, Ozello, FLlizard fish caught by kayak anglersunrise on the water, view from a fishing kayak, Crystal River


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4 thoughts on “Report On A Successful Fishing Trip – Ozello, Florida, By Gary Rankel”

  1. The Florida Keys has some great open water kayaking, but nothing like what you have. I’ll have to head up there for some of that good fishing 🙂

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