Frank with a nice 8.5 lb Redfish

Frank with a nice 8.5 lb Redfish

April Cedar Key Inshore Fishing Report

The Speckled Trout are on fire and are loving the warm weather on all the grass flats, around oyster bars & cuts. Popping corks, live shrimp or your favorite plastic baits are producing catches. The Redfish are on fire too up close to the islands & oyster bars, it’s better on an in-coming tide, but moving water is best time using cut mullet, shrimp or finger mullet on a knocker rig or just a jig head on the bottom. The Mackerel have shown up too and we had 2 catches of cobia, so it’s about to get serious.
The triple tail & tarpon should be here soon too and we have been busy and there’s lots of people on the water, so come-n-get-em.

 

Marc with some nice ones

Marc with some nice ones

 

Kevin Sportin A Snapper For Next June, Released Unharmed

Kevin Sportin A Snapper For Next June, Released Unharmed

April Cedar Key Offshore Fishing Report

Sheepshead have been our main target, we got maybe another 2 weeks of it and then it will go dead. The Mackerel are here and the kingfish too and the cobia are just starting. We have been catching a lot of gags, released unharmed of course. The Red Grouper must be in 70-90″, we haven’t been out there but they are not in 50′ yet.
The Amberjacks come in season may 1st, so i believe Cobia & AJ fishing will be good, then you could venture out a bit more to 80″ and Red Grouper fish.
I do know we are catch a lot of fish every trip, so the fun is here.

We look forward to the warmer weather and filling our coolers. As always we’ll keep you posted!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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