Crystal River Fish Species

Common Crystal River Fish Species

What fish are biting in Crystal River?

Crystal River offers a diverse range of fish species, including Redfish, Trout, and Flounder, that are currently biting in its rich waters. Join Huston's Outdoor Adventures for expert-guided excursions, ensuring you have the best chance to reel in these prized catches and make the most of your Crystal River fishing experience.

What bait to use in Crystal River?

In Crystal River, successful bait choices often include live shrimp, pinfish, and artificial lures to entice the diverse fish species in the area. When you embark on a fishing adventure with Huston's Outdoor Adventures, our expert guides will provide valuable insights into the most effective bait selections, ensuring a rewarding and enjoyable fishing experience in Crystal River.

Can you scallop in Crystal River?

Certainly! Crystal River offers fantastic scalloping opportunities, and with Huston's Outdoor Adventures, you can embark on thrilling Scallop Charters led by expert guides. Dive into the crystal-clear waters and experience the excitement of scalloping with us for an unforgettable adventure in Crystal River.

Huston's Outdoor Adventures targets the top Crystal River fish species including Redfish (Also Called Red Drum, Channel Bass, Spottail Bass), Black Drum (Also Called Drum, Drummer), Cobia (Also Called Black Salmon, Crab Eater, Lemon Fish, Sergeant Fish ), Southern Flounder (Also Called Flounder, Plie ), Gag Grouper (Also Called Charcoal Belly, Velvet Rockfish, Grouper ), Sheepshead (Also Called Convict Fish, Sheephead ), Red Snapper (Also Called Pensacola Red Snapper, Northern Red Snapper ), Snook (Also Called Common Snook, Sergeant Fish, Thin Snook), Spanish Mackerel (Also Called Atlantic Spanish Mackerel, Spanish Mackerel), Sea Trout (Also Called Speckled Trout, Spotted Sea Trout), Tripletail (Also Called Tripletail, Black Grunt, Black Perch, Bouyfish, Flasher, Chobie, Biajaca De La Mar, Flasher, Steamboat. We primarily fish the  Gulf of Mexico, Chassahowitzka Swamp, Salt River, Rose Creek.