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

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 […]

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As Amberjack Battle Starts, The Fish Bite Retreats to Cooler Water

Ryan's crew pulled out a good day w capt. john

Cedar Key Florida Inshore Fishing Report The weather and the water in Cedar Key has have been hot, and the bite is going up and down. The trout are moving in the deeper, cooler water now, in around 4 – 7 feet. They’re out on the edge of seahorse reef in the grassy edges and […]

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Cooler Weather Is Here And Fishing Is Heating Up

Cedar Key Florida Inshore Fishing Report The redfish are biting and are on fire, incoming tide seems best but outgoing tide works well too. Fish up close to the islands, grass piles, oyster bars and cuts, fresh cut mullet on a circle hook or you’re your favorite jig-head, live shrimp or favorite gulps. The trout […]

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Fishing is Good In Cedar Key

Cedar Key Florida Inshore Fishing Report The Cedar Key redfish are on fire and they seem to like this fairly hot weather. Using gulps, shrimp and cut mullet seems to be on their diet. Fish the oyster bars, cuts and up close to the islands. The incoming tide seems best and moving water is important, […]

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Cedar Key April Fishing Report

Cedar Key Inshore Fishing Report The speckled trout are biting and are on fire on the grass flats using live shrimp or soft baits on jig heads and a popping cork. The best bite seems to be in 4 to 5 ft of water. The redfish are biting good around the islands and oyster bars, […]

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