Cedar Key Fishing Is Picking Up For September

Tate's crew showing off a great day fishing

August 28, 2019

Cedar Key Inshore Fishing Report The hot weather and warm water have turned the Redfish and Triple Tail on. The Triple Tail are around floating debris, poles, and lease pods, using shrimp on a 3/0 hook, toss it out in front of them and they will whack it. The Redfish are as usual, around the oyster bars, cuts and up close to the islands, use a knocker rig or a jig head, with shrimp, finger mullet or cut mullet. You can use a popping cork with a short leader to keep from getting snagged. The trout are biting too, just […]

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Steinhatchee Scalloping

July 11, 2012

I went Scalloping yesterday with Captain Steve Kroll of Pepperfish Key Charters. After buying some ice and a cap, because I accidentally left my cap at home, we pulled out of River Haven Marina in Steinhatchee, Florida. We left River Haven around 7am and then after leaving the river entrance a little ways we turned south towards Horseshoe Beach. The water has been clearing up after Tropical Storm Debby but we still had to run a couple of miles before we got to clear water. By the time we got in the Rocky Creek, Pepperfish Key area the water was clear. Because it was early, […]

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Fishing Florida’s Little St. Marys River Is Working For A Living

May 25, 2010

The Red Bellies are bedding and I was needing something to do on a Sunday afternoon so I decide to go fishing on the Little St. Marys like I did years ago, 33 plus years ago. The Little St. Marys for those of you that don’t know as a tributary to the Big St. Marys that separates Georgia and Florida in the North East part of Florida. Her water is colder and she is narrower than the big St. Marys and almost the whole river is covered with a canopy of river birch, oaks, willows, cypress, sweet gum, bay trees […]

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