Cedar Key Fishing Is Good And Soon It Will Be On Fire

Aquaman Mark Is Just Killing It Out In Cedar Key

October 1, 2019

As the water temperature cools down Cedar Key fishing will fire up Cedar Key Inshore Fishing Report The Redfish have been loving the hot weather and as usual, they’re hanging around the oyster bars, islands, cuts and some flats out in front of the islands. We use a knocker rig […]

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Cedar Key Fishing Is Picking Up For September

Tate's crew showing off a great day fishing

August 28, 2019

Cedar Key Inshore Fishing Report The hot weather and warm water have turned the Redfish and Triple Tail on. The Triple Tail are around floating debris, poles, and lease pods, using shrimp on a 3/0 hook, toss it out in front of them and they will whack it. The Redfish […]

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You Should Be In Cedar Key, The Fishing & The Weather Is Awesome

Mr Wynn with a monster red, released unharmed, nice catch

April 30, 2019

The Cedar Key Speckled Trout bite is awesome on the grass flats, cuts and around oyster bars, using popping corks and 1/4 oz jig heads with shrimp or you can use any of your favorite plastic baits. If you use small pinfish you will catch the bigger ones. The Spanish Mackerel are hot on the flats and the Redfish are hitting good now too. …

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The Fish Are Liking The Cooler Weather In Cedar Key Florida

Huge Cedar Key Redfish

October 30, 2018

The Speckled Trout are really liking the cooler weather and the Redfish are still biting good on the oyster bars and islands. The gag grouper and red grouper are biting good in 38 to 50 feet of water and the King Fish are here too, there seem to more of them in 20 to 35 feet of water. The Spanish Mackerels are here also in the same areas.

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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 […]

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