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Old 08-26-2013, 04:41 PM   #31
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Re: Crystal River Scallop Grounds

Never see bugs there, lots in Jupiter though!
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Old 08-29-2013, 09:54 PM   #32
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Re: Crystal River Scallop Grounds

Anyone have a recent report for Steinhatchee? Thanks
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Re: Crystal River Scallop Grounds

Sorry for bringing back and old thread...

Looking to hit crystal river for some scalloping. Havenít been to crystal river since I was a kid. Trailering from Tarpon. Want to go scalloping then hit a spring on the way back in to let the kids snorkel.

What would be the best ramp to put in, and which spring? Also, is the river easy to navigate? (Wide and deep)
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Re: Crystal River Scallop Grounds

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Sorry for bringing back and old thread...

Looking to hit crystal river for some scalloping. Havenít been to crystal river since I was a kid. Trailering from Tarpon. Want to go scalloping then hit a spring on the way back in to let the kids snorkel.

What would be the best ramp to put in, and which spring? Also, is the river easy to navigate? (Wide and deep)
We like to launch at Pete's Pier, it's not free but easier to get in and out of IMHO. And right around the corner is Hunters cove, the spring area we always go to cool off.

The river is very easy to navigate (compared to Homosassa). Just clear the last marker and head SW. After a mile or two you'll see all of the boats. Oh, and stay away from Gomez... graveyard for many a lower unit.
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