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July 2012

Scalloping in Homosassa

I had a short 4hr scalloping charter with 2 couples that haven’t been scalloping in 10 years. I met them at the dock at 8am and made the short run down the scenic Homosassa River to the mouth and turned North West to 3 to 5 feet of water and anchored. That’s when the games started who would get more. The girls got in first and had found some right next to the boat and then it was on the guys got in and it was 15 minutes one of the girls came back to the boat with a bag full of tasty scallops and went back out. It wasn’t 45 minutes everyone was back on the boat with an 8 gallon limit with the girls just getting a few more than the guys.

Capt. Jim Lemke




Homosassa Scalloping Charters

by homo3430 July 30, 2012 Uncategorized

Homosassa Scalloping Charters is gearing up for a great week of scalloping charters. This last week and weekend was a week of getting your limit of scallops and happy family’s. — at homosassa hideaways

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Capt. Steve’s Homosassa Scallop Chowder Recipe

by homo3430 July 23, 2012 Uncategorized

Capt. Steve’s Scallop Chowder       1 sandwich baggie full of scallops ·  1 cup minced onion 1 cup diced celery 2 cups cubed potatoes 1 cup diced carrots 3/4 cup butter 3/4 cup all-purpose flour 1 quart half-and-half cream 2 tablespoons red wine vinegar 1 1/2 teaspoons salt ground black pepper to taste   […]

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A Family Day of Scalloping in Homosassa Florida on a Scallop Charter

by homo3430 July 17, 2012 Uncategorized

A great family day out scalloping with 11people and kids we had to use 2 boats. We left out Homosassa and headed down the river seeing dolphins and stopping at Monkey Island for a few photos. As we headed north of the channel for a short ride to the scalloping grounds in 3 to 5 […]

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10 gallons of Scallops in a matter of 45 minutes

by homo3430 July 4, 2012 Uncategorized

July 3rd scallop scouting mission accomplished! The water clarity is much better than day one. Today’s scallops were found in 3 to 6 feet of water. Our first spot we had 10 gallons in a matter of  45 minutes. We went and searched other spots and found more. Have to leave a few for our […]

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