Winter Is Trying To Show Itself And The Fish Love It! … well most of them do

Captain Kyle & Dad Enjoying The Day Together Catching Some Nice Reds

December 4, 2018

Cedar Key Florida Inshore Fishing Report Winter is trying to show itself and the Speckled Trout love it. Fish the shallow grass flats, fishing beyond snake key is always a safe bet and the oyster bars and cuts too. When its cold, use a jig head with shrimp or your favorite plastic baits and jig back to you slowly. Also try the popping corks and see what is working best. The Redfish are still hitting good but as soon as the real cold hits it will push them back to the warmer marshes. Soon the Sheepshead should be biting and […]

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Inshore Cedar Key Fishing Report From Cedar Key Marina

April 1, 2013

Finally some nice weather, the fishing was hot this weekend and there were numerous reports of limited catches of Speckled Trout and Sand Trout all good and fat. The areas producing? All of the grass flat areas, North Key, Dead Mans Channel, Gomez Key and in between Osenotie and Snake Key. The red fish are still in the Back Marsh areas, due to the water being about 60 to 63 deg, but I believe by the 2nd week of April it will be in the 70’s and they will move out and the Spanish Mackerel will be here as well. So come […]

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The Speckled Trout, Redfish And Sheephead Are Biting

January 14, 2013

The Speckled Trout and Redfish are biting good in the back marsh areas. Since it was warmer this weekend, they were biting good on the south side of snake key and in deadmans channel, in 5 to 8 ft channels. The sheepshead are biting good around the docks and some oyster bars and within 2 or 3 weeks they should start showing up on the offshore reefs. Till next time, tight lines and safe boating Capt. John blouse This Cedar Key fishing report is from Cedar Key Fishing Guide Hookedup Charters.

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Cedar Key Fishing Report: Inshore

May 27, 2012

The trout are in thick and the best reports are south of snake key in the finger channels in 5 to 10 ft of water. Drifting and using a Cajun thunder popping cork and about 4 ft of leader line, #3 to #5 hook and baited with live shrimp, small pin-fish or gulp’s (new penny color). The red fish are biting great as well, around any of the inshore oyster bars and inside deadmans channel. Alot of cobia have been caught as well, site fishing on the flats or anchor up near channel makers, using live pin-fish, on the bottom […]

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Plenty of Redfish and Trout to be Caught

November 14, 2011

From the Suwannee to Waccasassa and all around the oyster bars, corrigan’s reef, deadmans channel, gomez and in the back creek mouths, there are plenty of redfish to be caught, the trout are also there, still around the grass flats and hard bottom areas. There also have been good numbers of sheephead caught around the docks, as the temperature gets cooler, they will move in strong. so come on down to Cedar Key & the Big Bend, the fish are biting. Till next time, tight lines and safe boating Capt. John blouse Hooked up charters & Cedar Key Marina II This Cedar […]

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