Early Birds Get The Largemouths

April 25, 2011

It’s all about the T’s: tide, time and temperature, and of the three the most important is the time. Although tide, or current, and temperature are factors, time deserves the most consideration. This time of year you can pretty much set your watch by the Bass bite. From the time […]

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Cedar Key Marina II’s Grand Opening On April 2, 2011

April 1, 2011

On April 2 2011 Cedar Key Marina II will have it’s grand opening. Under new management Cedar Key Marina II is the only full service marina in Cedar Key. There will be free lunch and drinks (soda’s and water) and deals on boat rentals, bait and boat storage. For information on […]

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Governor Announces Free Fishing Weekend

June 16, 2010

Governor Crist announces free fishing weekend in honor of Father’s Day Even though you don’t need a license you do need to know the laws saltwater fishing regs. Sorry, this is for salties and salty daddies only. Fresh people and fresh dads still need cash on the barrel head (to […]

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Scallop Season To Open 12 days Early!

June 11, 2010

What a Great Florida Big Bend Fishing Report! From The Governor’s Website The Gainesville Sun From The FWC For immediate release: June 11, 2010 Contact: Governor’s Press Office, 850-488-5394 Lee Schlesinger (FWC), 850-487-0554 Bay scallop season to open 12 days early this year Gov. Charlie Crist has announced that the […]

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Trying To Capture Some Lost Revenues From Oil Spill

June 9, 2010

Most of you know by now that the Taylor County Commission has requested that scallop season be opened early to see if we can capture some lost revenues from those who are afraid and wait to see if the oil comes this way. FWC will be the agency to make […]

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