South East of Snake Key, Deadmans channel, and all flats in 3 to 6 ft of water are producing plenty of trout, reds, sharks, some cobia and the tarpon are there as well. Bait of choice is a chartreuse 3/8 jig, tipped with shrimp or new penny gulp, and of coarse the live pinfish hanging from a popping cork. Most are drifting or anchoring w/ chum bags. out at Sea Horse reef, the Mackerel, both Kings and Spanish are biting too. Stay just off the edge, in 10 to 15 ft of grassy bottom, drift or use chum bags and they’ll come.

Good Luck & Tight Lines
John Blouse

This Cedar Key fishing report is from Cedar Key Marina and Cedar Key Fishing Guide Hookedup Charters.

Cedar Key Marina from the air