Cooler Weather Is Going To Improve The Cedar Key Fish Bite

Some Cedar Key Marina customers with a couple of nice Reds

October 1, 2018

Cedar Key Florida Inshore Fishing Report It’s still hot, but the red fish like it and they have been biting good. They love cut mullet, shrimp and hit good on the plastic baits too. The trout have started hitting again and they seem to be in the deeper grass flats, but we are catching them when red fishing too around the bars and shallow waters. We look for them to move back to the shallow grass flats in October, water temp is still 85 deg now. The mackerel are hitting good out on the flats and out front near sea […]

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Bite On, The Ocklawaha River Largemouth Bite Has Exploded

September 20, 2018

The Largemouth Bass bite has exploded on the Ocklawaha River near Ocala. After months of high water levels due to Hurricane Irma, and a record rainfall year, the Ocklawaha River has finally settled down, and is back within it’s banks. The bite is on! The first place I fished this morning netted 5 Bass in 5 minutes with a total weight of 23 pounds! I hated to leave, but I had to check out several other spots. After running through 2 dozen shiners, I wound up catching and releasing a dozen Largemouths. The total weight was around 40 pounds, including […]

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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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