Killing them in Cedar Key

A Cedar Key, Florida Fishing Report you like to hear
Tell the wife the yard can wait, your prehistoric instinct to fill the freezer is calling.

cedar-key-marina-galmour-shotJust got off the phone with Don at Cedar Key Marina and he says they’re killing them in Cedar Key. He said  “The fishing is great, I ain’t lying, its the best I’ve every seen it”. Even though I think I’ve heard this before, he is probably close to telling the truth.

Good reports are coming in from everywhere.

Cedar Key Fishing Guide Captain John who is out of Cedar Key Marina has trips booked for both Saturday and Sunday and has easily limited out the last few times he has gone out.

The only bad fishing was early last month due to the weather. Captain John is going out to 50 – 60 feet of water and on the 18th should be able to increase the limits with the new regs.

From the Cobia and grouper to the mackerel that are on the reef things are looking good up and down the gulf coast.

Stop by Cedar Key’s only full service marina and see Don.
He can answer your questions about fishing and boating in Cedar Key.

The Bites A Start’n

A Cedar Key Florida Fishing Report

cedar-key-marina-galmour-shotI just called Don of Cedar Key Marina to find out about the fishing in Cedar Key, Florida and he saidthe trout are starting to bite and the fishing is starting to get good.

The reds are biting good on the oyster bars and the sand trout, whiting and sheep head are biting well too.

They’ve been catching fish on the culverts, off shore and on the pier. People have been having good luck at the pier and just a few days ago Don and Captain John Blouse of Hooked Up Charters watched a boat using shrimp fill their limit with nice size sheep heads at the culverts.

Shrimp has been the main bait but the mud minnows should start coming in soon and they will be good for redfish.

Also within the last day, reports of the a lot of Spanish Mackerel at the culverts have been coming in.

Stop by Cedar Key’s only full service marina and see Don. He?isn’t an internet man, so email’s not his thing but he’d be glad to help if you stop by. He can answer your questions about fishing in Cedar Key.