Fishing Is Picking Up As Warm Weather Heads Our Way

January 30, 2018

Cedar Key Florida Inshore Fishing Report The cold weather and water have pushed the redfish more into the back marsh and creeks but on nice warmer days they can be caught around the islands and oyster bars. The trout are biting good in 3 to 5 ft of water on the grass flats and cuts. Fish a little slow and be patient. The sheepshead are hitting now around the docks and rock piles, we use shrimp on a jig head or a knocker rig and 3-5/0 hook, they also love fiddler crabs. The whiting and sand trout are hitting good […]

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Largemouth Bite Has Returned To Normal

January 26, 2018

The Largemouth Bass bite on the Ocklawaha River has finally returned to normal. After several months of adverse conditions caused mostly by Hurricane Irma, fishing in general has bounced back to where it should be. Over the past few months extreme high water levels, as well as flow, have made it next to impossible to fish the River. Finally the River has settled back into it’s banks, and the Bass bite is better than ever. Typically these adverse conditions will in the long run help the fishing. Some of our best seasons have come on the heels of unusually high […]

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