Steinhatchee Fishing Report By Captain Steve Kroll

Steinhatchee Fishing GuideHey Steinhatchee & OutdoorUpdate.com fans, we are still enjoying a shallow bite for Speckled Trout, mostly on cutbait.  Persistant use of light weight jigheads like the Saltwater Asssassin 1/16 oz with a 5 inch pink or Electric Chicken Assassin tail will work.

If you like casting plugs you have to look for areas clear of floating grass, which are few and probably will remain that way through the summer. Try going weedless, Texas style, if larger Trout and Redfish are your target. Limits of large Speckled Trout (one trout per person over 20 inches) have been common.

Redfish have been more difficult the last couple weeks. They are very scattered on the grass flats. Also, I have reports of large numbers of Reds inside, meaning up in the marsh and creek and tidal holes.

If you read my reports, you know I often mention water temps and the influence on location of fish. Having said that, this year has been different, very mild winter, little rain, and currently some cool nights and mornings ( for May ). I’m just saying things have been different and changed some fish patterns.

It all just adds to the challenge of hunting fish. We do have Cobia, Spanish Mackerel, Tarpon, and yes, I have seen scallops. So come see us.

GOD BLESS, Good Fishing and Be Safe
Captain STEVE KROLL

This Steinhatchee Fishing Report is from Steinhatchee, Fishing Guide Captain Steve Kroll

Three Keeper Steinhatchee Redfish
Three Keeper Steinhatchee Redfish
Nice Steinhatchee Trout
Nice Steinhatchee Trout, The Kind You Take Home To Mama
Steinhatchee Redfish Wanting To Be Released
Steinhatchee Redfish Wanting To Be Released