The Cedar Key Bite Is Up And Down

December 30, 2017

  Cedar Key Florida Inshore Fishing Report With the colder weather in Cedar Key the fish bite is up and down. The redfish are starting to move in the back marsh and creeks with a high tide at about 2 pm the bars with the warming of the sun and […]

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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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Cedar Key Offshore Fishing Report

September 20, 2011

A Quick Cedar Key Offshore Fishing Report Opening weekend for gag grouper, we started at 7:30 am and used live pins and pigfish, also used mullet, boston mackeral and threadfins. We started fishing in 40 ft, got two keepers and many shorts, both reds and gags. Then we went to 48 and 50 ft, […]

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Mid November Cedar Key Fishing Report, 10 miles offshore

November 18, 2010

We had a charter of 4, on a half day trip, headed to 25-28 ft of water. It was kinda rough and “one didn’t fish”, but the other three had fun with plenty of keeper sea bass, grunts and 2 nice keeper grouper, with a few shorts that were released […]

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