Fishing is Good In Cedar Key

August 31, 2017

Cedar Key Florida Inshore Fishing Report The Cedar Key redfish are on fire and they seem to like this fairly hot weather. Using gulps, shrimp and cut mullet seems to be on their diet. Fish the oyster bars, cuts and up close to the islands. The incoming tide seems best and moving water is important, plus you got-ta have enough water to get up close to them. The trout are a little scare-ish right now, but being in 5 to 8 feet of water on the grass flats and out off the edge of sea horse reef seems to be […]

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From Extreme Low Water To Almost Flood Conditions and …

A Fine Ocklawaha Large Mouth

August 8, 2017

we’re still catching fish, go figure! The Largemouth bite on the Ocklawaha River has greatly improved over the past month. We’ve gone from extreme low water in May and June, to almost flood conditions throughout July due to record breaking rainfall. Although late summer is typically not the best time of year to plan a trip, we have recently had success fishing the very early morning hours (6 to 9). Plenty of 2 to 3 lb. Bass with the occasional wall hanger. Expect the bite to improve as we close in on fall, and the weather settles. Pictured are a […]

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Cedar Key Fishing Is Looking Hot In August

August 2, 2017

Cedar Key Florida Inshore Fishing Report The water temperature is hot and so is the redfish bite. The bait of choice is fresh cut mullet, but shrimp, pinfish and gulps work too. The incoming tide seems best around the islands and oyster bars. The trout are biting good too, but the bite seems best in 5-7′ water. They are also out on the edge of seahorse reef. There have been some cobia and mackerel caught and the tarpon have been plentiful as well and they seem to love mullet. The sharks also have been abundant and some big hammerheads, tigers […]

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