It Takes Some Work To Get Clear Water Scallops

Steinhatchee Scallops

August 27, 2012

Yes, there is a pattern, when it’s storming I’m in the office. It has been a couple of weeks since I posted a report. Honestly I really haven’t had much to say. My parties and I have chased clear water as far 18.5 nautical miles from the Steinhatchee River. And I […]

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Cedar Key Offshore Fishing Report

August 9, 2012

If you’re fishing offshore you can catch both gag grouper & red grouper in water as shallow as 30 ft, but there are plenty of shorts as well. Also there have been good size sea bass in 30 to 40 ft on hard rocky bottom areas. If you move out […]

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Cedar Key Inshore Fishing Report

August 7, 2012

There 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. […]

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You Just Never Know

August 1, 2012

Although the Bass fishing in general is slow this time of year, like Forest said “you just never know what you’re gonna get”. After all, it is August and we do live in Florida. Defying all odds, my great niece, Brittany (13), on one of her first Bass fishing trips, […]

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Hot Fishing Tips

August 1, 2012

Near record high temperatures throughout the Big Bend region have really effected the fishing. Water temps are already up to 90 degrees. On our most recent trips the best bite for the Trout and Redfish has been very early in the morning, typical for late summer. For best result, plan […]

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