Captain Steve’s Steinhatchee Fishing Report

Hi Steinhatchee Friends, what great fishing we’re having and I expect to have for a while. Speckled Trout are feeding good right now and my guess is they are engaged in mating rituals, or getting ready to. Tuesday 4 of 5 trout were males, they were drumming. I’m sure they have to eat more during this […]

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Steinhatchee Fishing & Scalloping Report, It’s All About The Scallops Now

It is all about the Scallop right now. My last two inshore fishing trips have been sorry. I started to make something up, but I’m not a very good liar. Besides I’ve been Scalloping mostly. It’s been great, I’ve been nine times this July and we’ve gotten our limit eight out of the nine. The […]

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Hey Steinhatchee Fans

The last few weeks have been fantastic on the flats off Dixie and Taylor counties. Limits of Speckled Trout and Redfish are common, and considering the Red limit doubling to two fish per person with a boat max of eight fish, I have wondered if I would need a bigger fish box on the boat. […]

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Right Now, Steinhatchee Is For Catching Fish And Scalloping

Hey Gulf Lovers, My fishing report is brief this week. The way the tide was and the customers I had, I fished only two mornings. We caught Trout, both Speckled and Sand, a few Sea Bass, Flounder, Bluefish and Jack Crevalle. All great fun, but the story this week has been about the Scallop. Right […]

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Speckled Trout Are Moving and The Red Fish Are In The Usual Places

It is only the 27th of May, but summer is here. Most days the wind has kept the heat tolerable, along with a good bite. Speckled Trout have set up house on the deeper flats, 6-12feet deep. The shallow flats will still produce Trout in the morning till about 9 or 10 am and then […]

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