This Steinhatchee Fishing Report is from Steinhatchee Fishing Guide Captain Steve Kroll
We went from summer to winter overnight.
It has been interesting hunting fish. I found Trout the last couple days in potholes, yes the water was cold, but I really think they were there because of no water on the flats.
Negative low tides with a Northeast wind means very low tide.
We caught Reds also and as I think I mentioned last week, we caught some Sandtrout.
Some of the last few days have been tough conditions, but as I often say “you don’t know if you don’t go”. But I can say I was glad not to go Sunday morning. It was 43 degrees and blowing 20 knots, which makes windchill in the teens, I think. COLD!!
The photo below is Benny Arnold from the central GA area, with a oversize red he caught while fishing for Sandtrout. Quite a fish on light tackle.