August Big Bend Fishing Is Good In Cedar Key

August 17, 2021

Cedar Key’s August Inshore Fishing Report The Speckled Trout are biting good but seem to be in front in the deeper grass flats, Seahorse Reef, North Key and further south of Snake Key. Use popping corks with shrimp or your favorite plastic baits. Also try just a 1/4 oz jig […]

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Florida Fishing Has Turned On In Cedar Key

Mr Babi n crew slayin em again

November 9, 2020

November Cedar Key Inshore Fishing Report The Speckled Trout are turned on and they love this colder weather. They’re on all the grass flats in front & back of Snake Key, North Key, Gomez and Dead Man’s Key, all are producing nice fish. Use a popping cork and 2-3′ leader, […]

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Cedar Key October Fishing Is Popping And Will Only Get Better

AQUA MAN MARK DOING IT AGAIN

October 9, 2020

October Cedar Key Inshore Fishing Report The Redfish are still on fire around North Key, Sea Horse and Deadmans key and around the bars and back marsh areas. People are using mullet, shrimp and pinfish. The Speckled Trout have turned on too, in the grass flats and cuts, using popping […]

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HELLO ALL, GLAD TO BE BACK UP & RUNNING!

Bill With A Whooper Cobia, nice catch

June 1, 2020

Cedar Key Inshore Fishing Report The Speckled Trout bite has been on fire in the grass flats behind snake key, in front of north key, behind north an in dead man’s channel. Using popping corks, your favorite plastic baits, live or frozen shrimp and small live pinfish seem best in […]

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Big Bend Fishing Is Starting To Turn On

D Having A Blast Catching Two Fine Speckled Trout

February 29, 2020

Cedar Key Inshore Fishing Report With the weather going cold and hot, cold and hot, the trout have been biting off and on. The Best Bite seems to be in 3 to 4ft on the flats, south of snake key, front side of Deadman’s Key and North Key. As usual, […]

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Cooler Weather Is Here And Fishing Is Heating Up

November 1, 2017

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 […]

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