Get Down To Cedar Key, The Fishing Is On Fire

April 23, 2022

Cedar Key’s April Inshore Fishing Report The Speckled Trout are biting and they’re on fire. As usual, you can use popping corks, jig heads and live shrimp or your favorite plastic baits. Look South of Snake Key, the east & west bank, the front and the back sides of North […]

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Cedar Key Fishing Is Picking Up Good

Mrs McDonald with a beauty of a Cedar Key Speckled Trout

March 24, 2022

Cedar Key’s March Inshore Fishing Report The trout seem to be the best bet at the moment, in between these long-lasting cold fronts we been having. We’re fishing in the 3 to 5 ft depths on the grass flats, cuts and also near the islands, using popping corks and just […]

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Cedar Key’s January Fishing Is Slow But There Are Rewards

A big Cedar Key Red Grouper, released unharmed

January 15, 2022

Cedar Key’s January Inshore Fishing Report The colder weather can sometimes be good & bad. The Redfish seem be more in the back marsh areas now, but then if we get some warmer days they pop back to their regular spots, around the islands, oyster bars and grassy sand bars […]

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Cedar Key’s Cooler Weather Is Making The Fish Hungry

Happy as can be with a big Gag

December 22, 2021

Cedar Key’s December Inshore Fishing Report With the cooler weather the Speckled Trout have been hungry and biting good in 3-5′ of water on the grass flats. They’re always a good bet go about a 1 mile southeast of snake key in the finger channels, out in front of Deadmans […]

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This Cooler Weather Is Making The Fish Hungry

DJ w a monster Amberjack

November 15, 2021

Cedar Key’s November Inshore Fishing Report The Redfish are hit and miss right now, when the cold fronts come through they seem to move back into the marsh areas. And when the normal warm weather is here they are biting as usual around the islands, bars and oyster bars … […]

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Yes It Is, Cedar Key Fishing Is Picking Up Fast

Aquaman Marc with a huge Cubera Snapper

October 13, 2021

Cedar Key’s October Inshore Fishing Report The fall weather seems to be heating up the fishing. The trout are biting good on all the grass flats, around snake, north, dead mans, and sea horse key’s, in the 3′ to 5′ area’s. Using popping corks and live shrimp or your favorite […]

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August Big Bend Fishing Is Good In Cedar Key

August 17, 2021

Cedar Key’s August Inshore Fishing Report The Speckled Trout are biting good but seem to be in front in the deeper grass flats, Seahorse Reef, North Key and further south of Snake Key. Use popping corks with shrimp or your favorite plastic baits. Also try just a 1/4 oz jig […]

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The Bite Is Good In Cedar Key

Frank with a monster gator tour while social distancing

June 10, 2021

Cedar Key’s June Inshore Fishing Report The Redfish bite has been good as usual around the islands and oyster bars, Dead Man’s, North and Sea Horse key and back towards the airport area too. The Speckled trout were good and lately have been a little hard to come by for […]

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May Means Loads Of Fish And Beautiful Weather In Cedar Key

Slaying The Cedar Key Amberjacks

May 8, 2021

Cedar Key’s May Inshore Fishing Report The Redfish and Speckled Trout are biting good and the weather has been beautiful too. The Redfish seem to like the moving tide whether it’s in or out, around the oyster bars near, Deadman’s, North, Snake or Seahorse & Gomez keys. As usual we’re […]

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