Cedar Key Inshore Fishing Report From Captain John

Cedar Key MarinaIn Cedar Key sea trout seem to moving into the deeper water at about 8-12 feet, out by seahorse reef in the grass patch on the southeast side, also Spanish n King Mackerel are there as well. Bottom fishing with just enough weight to get it to the bottom using chum and shrimp or Cajun Thunder corks and jigheads with shrimp.

Cobia are still patrolling the flats and there are plenty of sharks to tangle with. The red fish are biting well around the oyster bars, the islands and passes. Crestnot and snake keys are good bets.

So come on down and enjoy the fun

Till next time, tight lines and safe boating
Capt. John blouse
This Cedar Key fishing report is from Cedar Key Fishing Guide Hookedup Charters.

Cedar Key Inshore Fishing Report

Cedar Key MarinaThere have been good reports of nice trout in 10 to 15 feet of water and some on the shallow flats.

Redfish have been good sizes around corrigans reef, osenotie, north key and inshore oyster bars. A moving tide is key, using cut mullet, finger mullet, shrimp and new penny gulps. If you just want to play with something that fights n jumps, use a chum bag, any of the frozen baits of your choice, sit back and hang on.

Till next time, tight lines and safe boating
Capt. John blouse
This Cedar Key fishing report is from Cedar Key Marina II and Cedar Key Fishing Guide Hookedup Charters.