Capt. Charlie Harris

October 2, 2012 by  
Filed under Fishing Guides

Capt. Charlie is a 3rd generation native of the Homosassa area.  “I specialize in fishing for inshore species such as Redfish, Tarpon, Trout and Cobia.”

If you’d like to charter a guide to go Florida flats fishing in the Homosassa Springs area, you have come to the right place.  Homosassa Redfishing is my specialty.  We cater to both the light spinning tackle and Fly Fishermen. 

“I have been fishing these Homosassa waters for 25 years as both a commercial fisherman and a charter captain.  The many years that I have spent commercial fishing these waters have made me quite knowledgeable about the West Central Florida Big Bend area.  I know Florida flats fishing in this area extremely well.  This knowledge lets me place my clients on to fish at the right time, tide and place.”


Captain Charlie Harris

Cell 352-634-4309
Home 352-621-5066


9 Responses to “Capt. Charlie Harris”

  1. adam nash on April 18th, 2010 2:16 pm

    ya im looking at being down there around the first of may. for 4 days. wondering how good the tarpon bite would be? looking to do some heavy fishing. there would be 2 of us.thank you for y our response.

  2. Gary Brecht on December 28th, 2010 6:59 pm


    I will be staying in the Homosassa area for a week and would like to take a half day or a full day with a fishing guide. I have a fishing buddy who will accompany me. I have caught redfish in Florida in the Mosquito River several years ago and enjoyed it very much. Please let me know if you have any openings in the first week of April.


  3. jack atkinson on January 6th, 2011 4:02 am

    I have been to homasassa before,but never had time to fish.My wife and i are only amateur fishermen.She had polio as a child and has trouble getting around .She is 66 and i am 73,but not dead yet,lol.I retired last april 1st,but we haven,t did anything except watch tv.We would like to come down the last of february or early march.How would the fishing be and for which species.I noticed some snook in the fish bowl in the park.they looked like rockets streaking across the water.i been working all my life without much time to fish except ocassional local fishing.Give me an e-mail.Also at jack atkinson,3430 locust grove lane,salem,va. 24153.It,s been cold as hell here and i am anxious to get away as soon as i get my taxes filed. Thanks,jack

  4. Bob on January 17th, 2011 4:38 pm

    Hi me and a friend are thinking of coming down fishing always heard good fishing there. Wondering when good time for the four types of fish you speak about, I lived in Pensacola for 15 yrs and know cobia was good in mid spring and June. Love Reds and trout La. We would be there 5 or 6 days, could also give idea of cost and lodging.

    Thank You

    Bob Stafford

  5. Paul Antonio on June 2nd, 2011 11:43 pm

    I am looking for a fishing charter that can handle 4 to15 adults. if you can please send me prices.

  6. KHarris on July 31st, 2012 3:36 pm

    i love you Captain.

  7. Augustus Hulslander on November 7th, 2012 11:21 pm

    Capt. Charlie Harris : Homosassa Florida has been saved as a favorite :), I like your site!

  8. Terry Leiter on January 27th, 2015 9:43 pm

    I will be visiting relatives for christmas from the 23rd of December through the 6 of january and would like to take my brother in law and his kid on a charter trip.
    was wondering if you could send me a brochure on what you would be able to do for us?

  9. Jason cieleszko on January 5th, 2016 1:57 pm

    Hello,my name is jason I am 18 in febuary I will be moving from maine to orange county florida. if anyone is looking for a employee I am more than availible for just about any type of far as experience goes ive worked tuna fishing, lobstering,scallop dredging and diving and ive fished inshore and offshore since I was 5 any help or information would be greatly apreciated. email is

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