Capt. Leo Riddle and Runn’n Shallow Guide Service invite you to schedule your next angling adventure in the crystal clear waters along Florida’s Nature Coast. For fisherman, the waters surrounding Homosassa and Crystal River are legendary, with Redfish, Speckled Trout, Mackerel, Grouper, Cobia and Tarpon ready to do battle. Nature lovers are drawn to the abundant natural wonders that the area presents. The clear waters hold a wide variety of fish, dolphins, sea turtles and shellfish. Manatees are a common sight during the cooler months. Traveling the river to the Gulf waters you may see Pelicans, Osprey or even a Bald Eagle. Although the scenery and targeted species change with the seasons the awesome fishing action remains the same throughout the year. Spring, summer, fall or winter… the fish are here waiting on you!
Experienced Local Guide
With over 25 years of fishing the inshore and nearshore waters of Homosassa and Crystal River, Capt. Leo possesses the local angling knowledge and equipment necessary to make your fishing trip a success. Depending on the season and species being targeted, you’ll be riding in comfort and safety in Capt. Leo’s 20’ Day-5 Tunnel Hull flats boat or his 23’ Hurricane deck boat. Capt. Leo enjoys sharing his knowledge with both young and old alike and with anglers of all skill levels – from the casual angler to the experienced sight-fisherman. Click here to learn more about Capt. Leo.
Fishing, Scalloping & Sightseeing Charters
One look at the miles of skinny flats and you’ll understand why you need to be “Runn’n Shallow”. The top target for inshore anglers is the Redfish. During the spring and fall, it’s not unusual to find “herds” of large Redfish tailing in the shallow water. During cooler months, Trout action heats up in the creeks and rivers. In the shallow waters offshore, Captain Leo knows the best spots and top techniques for find Grouper, Cobia and Mackerel. For family fun, try snorkeling for delicious scallops during the summer. And sightseeing tours are an easy way to experience nature at it’s finest. Click here to learn more about charters.