Fishing’s Been Good In Cedar Key And With Cool Weather Coming, It’s Gonna To Get Better!

HAMIL CREW JUST SLAYIN THE REDS

August 31, 2018

Cedar Key Florida Inshore Fishing Report The Redfish bite is on fire, they love it hot. In Cedar Key, anglers are catching them all around the islands, oyster bars and grass bars. They favor fresh cut mullet and hit on your favorite gulps and plastic baits too. The trout are a little sluggish and have moved out on the edges of the reef but they’re still are being caught on the grass flats using popping corks with shrimp, plastic baits and slow sinking lures. There has been some triple tail, Spanish Mackerel and plenty of caught sharks too. A few […]

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As Amberjack Battle Starts, The Fish Bite Retreats to Cooler Water

Ryan's crew pulled out a good day w capt. john

July 31, 2018

Cedar Key Florida Inshore Fishing Report The weather and the water in Cedar Key has have been hot, and the bite is going up and down. The trout are moving in the deeper, cooler water now, in around 4 – 7 feet. They’re out on the edge of seahorse reef in the grassy edges and pot holes. Use popping corks and slow jigging just off the bottom with your favorite plastic baits, shrimp and small live bait for results. The redfish are hitting good on the oyster bars, cuts and near the islands, they seem to like the incoming tide […]

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Cedar Key Fishing Is Still Going Strong, Evidence Abounds

Marc's crew w a pair of monster Cobias

June 30, 2018

Cedar Key Florida Inshore Fishing Report The water has been a little dirty causing a tougher bite, but it’s still good fishing and the trout have been biting good in 4-5’ of water on the grass flats and in the cuts. Use your favorite plastic baits and live shrimp on popping corks. When the water heats up soon they will move to some deeper water and out by the reef in the grassy edges. The redfish are biting good on oyster bars, up on the island edges and cuts fishing on the bottom using cut mullet and plastic baits. But if […]

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Fishing Is Getting Ready To Break Out

mr & mrs k w his n hers cobia, nice job guys

May 29, 2018

Play time is over, get to Cedar Key! It’s time to get to work and fill the freezer. Cedar Key Florida Inshore Fishing Report The Speckled trout fishing in Cedar Key is on fire, the red fish are hungry, the Spanish Mackerel are biting good, the Cobia are here, and we been seeing some tarpon too. Fish for the Speckled Trout in 3-5ft of water on the grass flats, using popping corks with shrimp, soft plastics or live Pinfish. For Redfish fish around the islands, oyster bars and cuts using shrimp, cut bait, mullet or soft plastics. They seem to […]

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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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