Cedar Key’s August Fishing Report

August 21, 2015

Cedar Key Inshore Fishing Report The redfish have been hitting good all around the bars and islands using live shrimp & mud minnows or fresh cut mullett. There also has been alot of tarpoon caught, using live pinfish or mullett. The trout have been slow but are being caught in […]

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Cedar Key Inshore & Offshore Fishing Reports

August 20, 2014

Cedar Key Inshore Fishing Report There are reports of good numbers and good sizes of redfish have being caught. Mostly on the in coming tide around the cuts and passes and up close to the islands using live shrimp and finger mullet. The trout are still here but can be […]

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Cedar Key Inshore & Offshore Fishing Reports

March 24, 2014

Cedar Key Inshore Fishing Report The Spanish Mackerel are running thick on the flats, them and the speckled or spotted trout are best south east of Snake Key. The red fish are back on the shoals and near all of our islands. We are using Cajun Thunder corks with 40 […]

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Cedar Key Fishing Report From Captain John Blouse

June 15, 2012

The red snapper are biting good in 85 to 96 feet of water on thread-fin herring, sardines, and live pin fish. We had the best luck keeping our baits about 10ft off the bottom. The red grouper are on fire in 60 to 75 feet, but they are also in 40 […]

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Cedar Key Fishing Report: Offshore

May 28, 2012

We are mostly targeting red grouper, seabass, king fish, and the world famous grunts (Cedar Key Snapper). The red grouper are biting great in 50 to 75 ft of water, but can also be caught in 35 to 45 ft of water, just not as many keeper size. Of course […]

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