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Cedar Key Offshore Fishing Report

Cedar Key MarinaA Quick Cedar Key Offshore Fishing Report

Opening weekend for gag grouper, we started at 7:30 am and used live pins and pigfish, also used mullet, boston mackeral and threadfins. We started fishing in 40 ft, got two keepers and many shorts, both reds and gags. Then we went to 48 and 50 ft, then the dinner bell rang and we got our limit of both gag grouper and red grouper by 1 pm. We headed back in to clean fish and watch the Gator game. God was extra good to us that day.

 

Till next time, tight lines and safe boating
Capt. John blouse
Hooked up charters & Cedar Key Marina II

 
This Cedar Key fishing report is from Cedar Key Marina II and Cedar Key Fishing Guide Hookedup Charters.

A Good Days Catch of Grouper and Grunts in Cedar Key, Florida
A Good Days Catch & Limit of Grouper and Grunts in Cedar Key, Florida
One and Half Gulf Coast Grouper
One and Half Gulf Coast Grouper Looks Like Something Else Was Hungry

 

The Wind and Seas Weren’t the Best at Cedar Key But We Still Got Results

cedar key fishing guideI had a party of 3 go for some grouper fishing, the wind and seas weren’t the best, we went to 45 ft and worked our way back to 25 ft.

We were using menhadden, sardines, and cut bait. we ended up with 5 nice gags, 1 red grouper, about 30 sea bass and some grunts, with a good amount of 1/2 inch shorts.

The red grouper are still alittle deeper, but plenty of gag grouper and sea bass. the bite was good all day and all were happy with plenty of fish. we didnt have live bait today, and I believe at 25 to 35 ft, live bait is best., so till next time, tight lines and good luck

Till Next Time, Good Luck and Tight Lines
Captain John Blouse

This Cedar Key Fishing Report Is From Cedar Key Fishing Guide and Cedar Key Charter Captain John of Hookedup Charters

Cedar key, Florida Grouper Make The Trip Worth While
Cedar key, Florida Grouper Make The Trip Worth While
Cedar Key Grouper, Ain't they pretty?
Cedar Key Grouper, Ain't they pretty?

Mid November Cedar Key Fishing Report, 10 miles offshore

cedar key fishing guideWe had a charter of 4, on a half day trip, headed to 25-28 ft of water.

It was kinda rough and “one didn’t fish”, but the other three had fun with plenty of keeper sea bass, grunts and 2 nice keeper grouper, with a few shorts that were released unharmed.

The bite was good and steady, we didnt have any live bait and I bet we would have done better with pin’s. All were happy, and I look for the keeper gags to be in 28–40 ft here from now on, but the reds will be in deeper water.

Till Next Time, Good Luck, Tight Lines and Safe Boating
Captain John Blouse

This Cedar Key Fishing Report Is From Cedar Key Fishing Guide and Cedar Key Charter Captain John of Hookedup Charters

Two nice Cedar Key Grouper
Two nice Cedar Key Grouper

Cedar Key Grouper

 

More Hooked Up Charters Fishing Pictures
Florida Saltwater Fishing Pictures
Florida Freshwater Fishing Pictures

How Hot Is It ?

Three days this week we either tied or broke the all time record highs here in Ocala, Florida.

Temps are soaring and the fish continue to bite both in the fresh and salt water. The saltwater bite is definitely better during the early morning hours. We’ve had no problem limiting out on Sea Trout and Cobia lately, as well as plenty of now targeted species, including Grunts, Mackerel, and Sharks.

The trick is to go early, and target days when the high tide is before noon time. Most of our fishing recently has been done in about 20 feet of water, off the Levy and Citrus County coast.

Thankfully the oil spill in the Gulf has not effected the fishing in our region.

We’re all saying our prayers that the “experts” will get it under control soon. Words can’t express the DISGUST we feel over the entire situation.

‘Till next time, see you on the water!

Remember, God Loves A?Fisherman
Good Luck
Captain Nick

This Yankee Town, Florida Fishing Report is from Yankeetown Florida Fishing Guide Captain Nick

THE FISHING IS GOOD ON THE GULF OF MEXICO

A Yankee Town, Florida and Crystal River Florida Fishing Report
From Gulf Coast Fishing Guide Captain Nick

slick-charters-saltwater-glamour-shot

THE FISHING IS GOOD ON THE GULF OF MEXICO

Fishing off the Citrus/Levy Count coasts continues to be very good for this time of year.

Although we’ve limited most of our trips to half a day, fishing the early morning hours really pays off.

Recently we’ve been able to limit out on Spotted Sea Trout.  We’ve also caught our fair share of Spanish Mackerel, Pink Mouth Grunts, and a variety of other species, including the occasional Snook and Cobia.

In a word the fishing has been good.

I spotted a water spout one day last week. This is one of natures wonders you want to steer clear of.

Scallop season opened July 1st and closes Sept. 10th. Better get-um while you can.

Call Crystal River, Florida & Yankeetown Fishing Guide Captain Nick of Slickcharters for more information about putting fish in your cooler in Crystal River and Yankeetown, Florida

Nice Snook Caught with Captain Nick
Nice Snook Caught with Captain Nick during the 4th of July weekend