They’re Here! Cedar Key fishing picks up with November’s cooler weather

Carrie WIth A Beauty Of A Redfish

Carrie With A Beauty Of A Redfish

Mr. K. Showing Off His Nice Cedar Key Redfish

Mr. K. Showing Off His Nice Cedar Key Redfish

Cedar Key Inshore Fishing Report

The cooler weather has heated up the Redfish & Speckled Trout bite. As usual, the trout like it on a popping cork, live shrimp or your favorite plastic bait. The Redfish love cut mullet, shrimp or live Pinfish, we usually fish with a knocker rig or jig head and fish the bottom near oyster bars, cuts and up close to the islands. The Spanish Mackerel are still around too. Your best bet is to target the Trout & Reds though, the Reds seem to bite best on a incoming tide, the trout aren’t as picky. Soon the Sheepshead and Flounder bite will pick up too.

This Mighty Fisherman's First Grouper Ever

This Mighty Fisherman’s First Grouper Ever

Kentucky Terrors Of The Sea, Cleaning House In Cedar Key

Kentucky Terrors Of The Sea, Cleaning House In Cedar Key

Cedar Key Offshore Fishing Report

The Gag Grouper are hitting pretty good in the 50 ft range around the rocky & live bottom area’s. The Red Grouper are hitting good too, but still kinda small. The Amberjack fishing was great but it’s now over. The Red Snapper were biting good too through the extended season at the 75 to 100 ft mark, but now we gotta wait till next year to keep them again. The Sea Bass and Grunt are hungry in 28 to 50 ft, they love squid & sardines. The Kingfish are showing up and should continue thru November. As soon as the water cools to 72 degrees the fishing will be on fire.

cedar key fishing guideTill next time “Safe boating n tight lines”
Trust God n Be Blessed
Captain John Blouse“Hooked up Charters & Cedar Key Marina II”
This Cedar Key fishing report is from Cedar Key Fishing Guide Hookedup Charters
& Cedar Key Marina II, The Big Bends Full Service Marina.

Cedar Key Marina from the air

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