Captain Dencil Powell
Crystal River FL 352-279-3633


  Capt. Dencil Powell


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fishin report

Posted by flroper on July 11, 2020 at 9:15 PM Comments comments (0)

  sorry peeps had shoulder surgery been down 3 wks ,will be back on the water next week. i wioll give a report then  tight lines and good fishing  the Rajun Cajun

baypoet fishing

Posted by flroper on May 13, 2020 at 8:25 PM Comments comments (75)
the weather plays important role on our coast due to shallow water it can get rough. fronts this time a yr mean high wind. but u can still fish the flats,there is a lot of cover u can get behind to be out of the wind, islands and creeks and mangos. out territory is rough and hard bottom . it takes time to learn routes, my suggestion to new fisherman go out on low tide and see all the obstacles bottom, limestone rocks and oyster bars. there is no shortcut to learning bayport or chazz. good luck and good fishing. the rajun Cajun

bayport fishing report

Posted by flroper on May 12, 2020 at 7:30 PM Comments comments (52)
redfish have been chewing great, look for the mullet and limerock bottom. Cut mullet has been the bait , pinfish and greenbacks will work but they want the chunk mullet.Weather and wind are our nemius fronts still this time of year. I like to back off and make longer cast so we don't spook the school, I use power pro 10 pd braid with a 25 pd leader and a light wire 2 ought circle hook.

inshore bite

Posted by flroper on August 6, 2019 at 8:55 PM Comments comments (38)

 Bayport to crystal river, thereds are starting  to group back up. look at creek mouths, islands with rock around them. Look for mullet or baitfish being active. Live bait  pinfish, finger mullet, mud minnows are gret. For lures i love topwater zara spooks in the colors bone and mullet patterns, and my favorite  the gold broken glass mirrodine.  i love soft plastic jerkbaits,i only throe mirrodine soft plasticsin colors  white  watermelom, chicken on a chain. Be patient and work ur lures slow.  book ur trips now at www.rajuncajuncharters.com   let me show u how to be productive in the inshore.


Posted by flroper on June 21, 2019 at 8:30 PM Comments comments (74)

ok peep,s  the inshore bite is good right now. The reds and snook are chewing, trout are showing up shallow . between the rain and the wind water from bayport to chazz a little tea color. water temp today was 82 degrees. Tides this week and next are good, falling in morning riseing in the evening. tight lines and good fishin the Rajun Cajun

summer time inshore

Posted by flroper on June 4, 2019 at 9:05 PM Comments comments (81)
hello peep's The weather is hot,gulf waters in the mid eightys. Inshore bite is still on redfish,snook cobia,tarpon trout,even pompano. the inshore grouper bite is good. Last of the incoming and the first of the outgoing tide seems to be the best. Plenty of mullet everywhere in chazz,but the reds aren't with then as of now. Pinfish are thicker than I have ever seen, greenbacks are very few in bayport as of now. The topwater bite has been good using zara spooks in the mullet pattern,gold spoons, soft jerkbaits in white or bream color or my personal favorite watermelon red flake chartruse tail. Look for structure such as rocks yellow botton, island with mangros with depth around them. Scallop season is near and booking up, great family action. stay hydrated fish early morning or late evening depending on the wind..

great day on the big pond

Posted by flroper on May 15, 2019 at 5:30 PM Comments comments (1)
today was a stellar day, trout were on fire lot of over slot trout inslot trout were hard to find soft plastics and mirro dines red fish were on fire look like a pumpkin fest good schools in the mullet. top water was great bone spook. even a manns minus one wake crankbait did the trick. snook were eating bomber jerkbait, even watermelon flukes. book ur trips now and get in on the inshore action.

inshore action

Posted by flroper on May 13, 2019 at 8:40 PM Comments comments (35)

 front is moving throughtoday tides are great this week. inshore bite is good  reds,trout,snook,tarpon water calirty is good  water temp in the high eighty,s   pinfish and cutbait working on reds. big trout will eat a pinfrish  top water action is on, even popping corks with a glow doa under it.  snook hitting plugs , white bait is the key if u can find it. tarpom on plugs,big swimbaits, smallcrabs just be patient and look for rollers,  book now at www.rajuncajuncharters.com. ps scallop season is near and dates are going fast.

Winter Time Fishing

Posted by flroper on November 29, 2018 at 4:35 PM Comments comments (42)

OK Peeps we got a blast  of cold air into Florida and dropped our water temp down into the low 60's. This is the key ingrident for skinny water trout fishing. We are crushing a limit of trout in skinny water on the XL Mirro Dines in verious colors. Work the tides to your favor on lime stone bottom, kelp beds, and oyster bars are areas to target. Reds are all over the plcae and snook are thick. Give me a Call ASAP and lets get you on a great fishing action.

Tight LInes 

Capt. Dencil

inshore fishing

Posted by flroper@bellsouth.net on November 27, 2017 at 11:55 AM Comments comments (1)

ok peep"s been awhile posting sorry, let get right to it winter patterns are in trout and reds are all over the flats.three keys to remember are no1 current, cover, tide should be on ur mind for locating fish on the flats the only one i left out is my favorite water temp. wtaer temp ill tell me where on the flats or creeks the fish ill be. inter can be hard fishing due to low tides,just remember fish follow the tides not to say all fish ill they will aways be in armer water. live bait ill ork but more fish ill be caught on artificals. this is the time of year to slo down ,make multiable cast and be persistant. look for and kind of change in the bottom a slight depth change can hold fish. look for rocks mud bottom, island and creeks.for trout i like 1/8ounce jig heads with mirro lure little johns in the rootbeer , white, bream, watermelon color. for reds i like a soft jerkbait on a skib a gap hook ork sloly around any type of cover my color choice is atermelon chartruse tail, chicken on a chainand plum color i also like a gold spoon ,even topwater baits such as a rappla skitteralkin colors redfish,clown, bone. these are my choices that work for me. good lock and tight lines  the rajun cajun


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