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Daily fishing report
By DAVID A. BROWN
Published August 7, 2005
HOMOSASSA - Twin brothers Luke and Mark Naguson of Weeki Wachee and Seth Larson of Spring Hill won the $1,000 top prize at Saturday's Redfish Tour Open at MacRae's Resort with a two-fish total of 12.5 pounds. Their 6.6-pound redfish also won the $100 Big Fish bonus.
Using medium spinning outfits strung with 10-pound line and 20-pound fluorocarbon leader, the winning team targeted two spots within a mile south of the mouth of the Homosassa River. Focusing on oyster bars in 2- to 3-feet of water, they free-lined live shrimp and greenback minnows on 3/0 circle hooks where flowing current offered cooler water for feeding reds. They caught 25 redfish and a 33-inch snook.
Rounding out the top five: Joe and Christine Hebert, 9.88 pounds; Earl Waters and Randy Hendrick, 9.71; Jim Long, Mike Schildgen and Chris Bowers, 9.68; Frank Fazioli, John Pittman and Nikolas Fazioli, 9.58. Christine Hebert was top female angler, and Nikolas Fazioli won the junior division.