Steinhatchee activities dominated by scallop trips

Scallops Dominate Our activities continue to be dominated by scallop trips. Which is a good thing. We are thankful for such a wonderful resource to enjoy and share! But, for me, nothing can substitute the pull of a upper slot size Red, or the violent head shake of a 22″ Trout in 18″s of water. So […]

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Adjust your departure times

You got to Adjust Although we’re still catching Fish around the Big Bend area off the Levy/Citrus County coasts, the numbers are down. Also the window of opportunity has shortened. Recently we’ve adjusted our departure times to as early as possible, as well as moving a little further offshore to get the job done. Surface […]

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Scalloping Good As Ever

Scalloping continues to be as good as ever. In spite of the regular rains, which we are thankful for, the flats have stayed clear. Trout fishing has been good one out of three mornings shallow. Deeper flats, 6-10ft, trout have been more dependable on days the wind lays. When the tide is right, morning Reds […]

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Great Scalloping And Good Fishing

Steinhatchee Fishing & Scalloping Report from Steinhatchee?Scalloping Guide and Fishing Guide Captain Steve Kroll Hey fisherman and scallopers, What a pleasant surprise. The state of Florida gave us an average report or scallop count. Gainesville Sun reported the count was half of the previous year. I am not here to say they were wrong, only […]

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