Steinhatchee Fishing Report: Everything Is Good

The only thing better than fishing on Monday, is fishing on Tuesday of course. Here in Steinhatchee we’ve had at least one tournament every Saturday since March. The community benefits from them, so don’t get me wrong, I’m not complaining, but you do look forward to seemingly having the place to your self on weekdays. […]

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Cobia, Tarpon And Snook Off The Levy County & Citrus County Coasts

The pelagics (migratory fish) are on the move in the Gulf of Mexico. Over the last month or so we’ve seen several different species of fishes on their semi-annual migration. Some of the most sought after game fish in the world, i.e. Snook, Tarpon and Cobia, are being caught just off the Citrus County and […]

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Hey Big Bend Fish and Scallop Friends

First I want to tell you what I think about the Oil spill threat. It doesn’t look like it’s going to impact our coast on it’s own. But, if a big storm or hurricane developed in the Gulf, all bets are off. Having said all that, personally, I’m hoping and praying that we are not […]

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Skinny Water…Fat Fish

Skinny Water…Fat Fish   I finally had the opportunity to get out to the Grass Flats off the Levy County Coast this week for some Trout fishing. ypically this part of the Big Bend is well known for great Trout action, and Thursday, 11/6, was no exception. We departed the Yankeetown Public Boat Ramp about […]

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Yankeetown, saltwater flats water temps are way up…..

Saltwater Nearshore/Inshore: Water temps inside are way up this time of year, shortening up the window of opportunity to catch fish. On Sunday, we fished the spoil islands just south of the Florida Barge Canal, and the bite was very slow. Blame it on the week tide, late start, or the 86 degree water temp. […]

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