Scalloping Guides

Scallop season starts July 1st and runs through September 24th. If you like the idea of treasure hunts then you will love scalloping in Homosassa. All you will need is a mask, snorkel and fins to jump in and experience the adventure of diving for scallops. On your trip, you will pick up scallops from the crystal clear sea-grass flats at a water depth of 3 to 6 feet. The limit of scallops is 2 gallons per person per day and not more than 10 gallons per boat per day. There are approximately 250 to 300 scallops in 10 gallons. That’s a lot of meat!

Capt. Carey’s fully restored 1967 Aquasport 222. It’s powered by a 150 Hp Mercury four stroke that’s mounted on a Porta Products bracket. He will guide you to the scalloping flats and Power Pole Down as you jump in to scallop!

Capt. Hunter has reached his detination in his Carolina Skiff and is ready to let these girls jump in the water to fulfill their scallop bounty.

Capt. Jim has his Power Poles down as he gets his crew ready to scallop!

Capt. Steve underway in his fully restored 24′ Proline with a full crew of Homosassa scallopers!