It’s Still Scalloping In Steinhatchee But There Are Reports Of Keeper Trout And Reds

Again this week I have snorkeled instead of cast for seafood. The Scallop has been the target species. I have heard good Trout and Red reports from people I trust. Now when I say good, I mean they went Trout and/or Red fishing and caught keeper size fish. I am sure this conversation might sound […]

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Steinhatchee Fishing & Scalloping Report, It’s All About The Scallops Now

It is all about the Scallop right now. My last two inshore fishing trips have been sorry. I started to make something up, but I’m not a very good liar. Besides I’ve been Scalloping mostly. It’s been great, I’ve been nine times this July and we’ve gotten our limit eight out of the nine. The […]

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Steinhatchee Scalloping

I went Scalloping yesterday with Captain Steve Kroll of Pepperfish Key Charters. After buying some ice and a cap, because I accidentally left my cap at home, we pulled out of River Haven Marina in Steinhatchee, Florida. We left River Haven around 7am and then after leaving the river entrance a little ways we turned south […]

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Scalloping Steinhatchee And Deadman Bay

Hello Big Bend Scallopers, I promised a scallop report. The season has been open a week and the dock talk has been about the water visibility. After all, if you can’t see them you can’t pick ’em up. There are scallops north of the Steinhatchee River towards Keaton and south towards Horseshoe Beach. Generally you […]

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A Silver Lining Coming Soon

Tropical Storm Debby dropped over a foot of rain throughout the Big Bend Region. Although we really needed the rain, it dramatically affected the nearshore bite off the Citrus and Levy County Coasts. On our most recent trip, we fished the grass flats for an hour or so without a single bite. The water was […]

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