Time To Get To Cedar Key, The Fishing Is Active

April 27, 2018

Seeing Is Believing Cedar Key Florida Inshore Fishing Report In between the wind & the waves, the Speckled Trout have been biting great, as well as the Redfish. This time of year, the trout are getting bigger and are more active in 3 to 5 ft of water on all the area’s grass flats and bars. We are using popping corks, plastics and shrimp. Keep the baits about 6” off the bottom and keep popping it, they love the sound. The Redfish love cut mullet, plastics, and shrimp, the big black drum are hitting too. The Spanish Mackerel are biting […]

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The Largemouth Bass Are Spawned Out And Hongry … Yes, Hongry!

April 18, 2018

The first spawning cycle of 2018 is coming to a close on the middle Ocklawaha River near Ocala. Although all the Largemouths don’t spawn at the same time, most of the Bass we have caught recently have spawned out, and they are hungry. Lots of 3 to 5 pound fish with the occasional wall hanger has been the norm over our last few trips, and the bite continues to improve. I expect this trend to continue over the next month or so. Best bite time has been early until about 10 a.m., depending on the weather. Great time to book […]

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Folks, It’s Time To Get On Down Here!!

Captain Kyle puttin a bruiser onboard

April 3, 2018

Cedar Key Florida Inshore Fishing Report The Speckled trout are on fire using popping corks with your favorite soft bait, shrimp or finger mullet in about 3-5ft of water on the grass flats, you just got to watch the wind, it’s been calm every afternoon, but this won’t last long, spring is about here! The redfish are hungry too and they love mullet and your favorite soft baits, we use just a ¼ oz jig head and work it off the bottom. There are a few reports of Spanish Mackerel being caught and a couple of cobia and we have […]

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