Offshore Fishing For Cedar Key, Florida For April 2nd & 3rd

April 6, 2010

The water temp was 63 degrees at the ramp, dropped to 62 degrees out in 45-58 ft of water but it warmed up to 63 degrees in afternoon. The gag grouper, sea bass and Florida snapper (grunts) are biting good in 50 to 60 ft of water. It’s been hard to find any keeper red grouper in these depths. I believe there still out deeper, but there is plenty of shorts to catch and release. Haven’t seen any kings or cobia yet. nor is there a lot of bait pods, as soon as water temp. hits 68 to 72 degrees, […]

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Cedar Key Off Shore Fishing Report for 7-31, 8-1, 8-2 Saturday

August 4, 2009

Go Deep if You Want to keep Cedar Key Fishing Report for 7-31, 8-1, 8-2 Saturday, The weather was a little hairy in the am, but it ended up turning out nice. We started fishin in 45 ft, the grouper were biting good, but there were a lot of shorts, and mostly red grouper. We then tried 55 ft, got few keepers there, but there sure are a ton of 19 inch red grouper out there. moved out to 70 ft and got the same results, talked to a few more guides and they had the same story. Sunday, weather […]

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Cedar Key Fishin Report Saturday 6-12-09

June 15, 2009

This Off Shore Cedar Key, Florida Fishing Report is From Cedar Key Grouper Guide Captain John And Captain John Still Caught Fish Well, NOAA’s report said 10 kt winds and 2 ft seas, and it was 15 to 18 kt winds and 3-5 ft seas, so the trip was made short. We fished the king fish hole area due to weather, we only fished till 2 pm, using sardines, cut mullet and live pinfish, we caught about 30 shorts and 5 keeper gag groupers, 1 king fish and a lot of sea bass and grunts, not bad for 20 ft of […]

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Keep Your Eye On The Ball

June 5, 2009

A Yankee Town, Florida and Crystal River Florida Fishing Report From Gulf Coast Fishing Guide Captain Nick Keep Your Eye On The Ball We fished the Spoil Islands off the Levy County Coast Monday, June 1, just north of the Withalacoochee River. Found plenty of Spotted Sea Trout, although most of them were less than 15 inches in length, the legal limit. Moved offshore a bit and found a small piece of structure that ,according to my “crystal ball ” ,( fish finder) ,was holding fish. Anchored up and right off start catching 18 to 24 inch Trout, several nice […]

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It’s All Good

May 15, 2009

A Yankee Town, Florida and Crystal River Florida Fishing Report From Gulf Coast Fishing Guide Captain Nick IT’S ALL GOOD Warmer than usual temperatures for this time of year have the Pelagics, as well as other species, moving in close off the Levy/Citrus County coasts. Good numbers of Gag Grouper, Cobia, and Spanish Mackerel have recently been taken, as well as Trout and Redfish. Last week, we limited out on both Gags and Cobia about 18 miles west of Yankeetown/Crystal River. Two of the 6 Cobia caught were over 30 lbs, and the Grouper ranged from 5 to 15 pounds. All […]

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