It’s Getting Colder But Cedar Key Fishing Is On Fire

November 29, 2017

Cedar Key Florida Inshore Fishing Report The speckled trout bite is on fire in 3 to 5 feet of water on the grass flat areas and the cuts near the oyster bars using popping corks with live shrimp, gulps or your favorite soft baits. The Redfish are doing well too, more in afternoon on a rising tide near the islands and oyster bars using cut mullet, live shrimp, gulps or your favorite soft baits. The air boaters have started heading back to the creeks with the water temp dropping and doing very well. A few Sheepshead have been caught as […]

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Cedar Key Is Springing Into Action

April 28, 2017

Cedar Key Inshore Fishing Report The waters are warming up and hopefully the wind has calmed down. The speckled trout and redfish have been biting good on live shrimp, gulps and assassin baits. The grass flats all around Cedar Key are producing and the islands and oyster bars are producing reds too. The sharks are plentiful, we have had some tarpon and triple tail action too. The mackerel and cobia have shown up as well. Don’t forget your chum bag. Cedar Key Offshore Fishing Report The kings and cobia have made it here. Last weekend there were about 25 nice […]

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Cedar Key Fish Are Still Biting

January 4, 2017

Cedar Key Inshore Fishing Report The Cedar Key speckled trout are on fire on the grass flats in 3.5 to 5 feet of water. We’re using popping corks and a 1/4oz jig head with live shrimp or gulp baits. Keep it just off the bottom, we usually drift some till we start catching pretty steady, then go back and anchor. The redfish can get challenging in winter, they like to move back to the warmer creeks in the Marsh area but you can still get them in the afternoon on your favorite bar areas. The Sheepshead are biting now around […]

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The Cooler Weather Is Turning the Fishing On in Cedar Key

October 26, 2016

Cedar Key Inshore Fishing Report The speckled trout are biting great in 4 to 6 feet of water on Cedar Key’s grass flats and the cooler weather has really turned them on. We catching them with using popping corks, live shrimp or gulp baits. The redfish are hitting great too around the sand bars and cuts, they seem to love cut mullet, live shrimp and gulp baits. The mackerel and sharks are still here as well. There has also been some nice flounder caught too. Stop by the marina for fishing supplies and daily current fishing details. Cedar Key Offshore […]

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Cedar Key Fishing, From Finicky To Good

July 26, 2016

Cedar Key Inshore Fishing Report The trout have been a little finicky, but are biting in 6 to 10 feet of water over grass flats and out by the reef and fishing on the bottom, slow jigging with shrimp or gulp baits. The redfish are biting good around the islands and oyster bars, the bite seems best on incoming tide and live baits or mullet also seem to be the best. We also have had a lot of triple tail being caught around markers, buoys and floating debris, using shrimp free lined to them. The sharks are plentiful and a […]

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