Fishing Is Getting Ready To Break Out

mr & mrs k w his n hers cobia, nice job guys

May 29, 2018

Play time is over, get to Cedar Key! It’s time to get to work and fill the freezer. Cedar Key Florida Inshore Fishing Report The Speckled trout fishing in Cedar Key is on fire, the red fish are hungry, the Spanish Mackerel are biting good, the Cobia are here, and we been seeing some tarpon too. Fish for the Speckled Trout in 3-5ft of water on the grass flats, using popping corks with shrimp, soft plastics or live Pinfish. For Redfish fish around the islands, oyster bars and cuts using shrimp, cut bait, mullet or soft plastics. They seem to […]

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Cedar Key Fishing Is Looking Hot In August

August 2, 2017

Cedar Key Florida Inshore Fishing Report The water temperature is hot and so is the redfish bite. The bait of choice is fresh cut mullet, but shrimp, pinfish and gulps work too. The incoming tide seems best around the islands and oyster bars. The trout are biting good too, but the bite seems best in 5-7′ water. They are also out on the edge of seahorse reef. There have been some cobia and mackerel caught and the tarpon have been plentiful as well and they seem to love mullet. The sharks also have been abundant and some big hammerheads, tigers […]

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Long Trip Yields Results

November 30, 2010

Went out to 95 ft, for the last weekend of snapper fishing, after the long 57 mile trip, they started bitting right away, then slacked off, moved around alittle. Ended up with 7 nice snapper and 7 nice grouper. we had better luck with menhaden and sardines, than live bait. On the way in we stopped in 70 ft and the red grouper were on fire, we only stayed for 30 minuntes, had to get back in, all were happy and had plenty of fish. Till Next Time, Good Luck, Tight Lines and Safe Boating Captain John Blouse This Cedar […]

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Mid October Cedar Key Fishing Report

October 22, 2010

On an half day trip we fished from the edge of Sea Horse reef to out as far as 50 ft in depth. Out past marker 1 on the southeast side of sea horse, in 12-15 ft dept, the mackerel are as thick as thieves. We just used a chum block, also had 1 or 2 lines on a Cajun Thunder cork, 100# leader, #5 circle hook and 1 or 2 lines using 1/4 oz sinker and the same leader & hook, and we had all the fun you can stand, we caught about 125 lbs of Mack’s, some lady […]

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Hey Big Bend Fish and Scallop Friends

June 8, 2010

First I want to tell you what I think about the Oil spill threat. It doesn’t look like it’s going to impact our coast on it’s own. But, if a big storm or hurricane developed in the Gulf, all bets are off. Having said all that, personally, I’m hoping and praying that we are not impacted by the oil and preparing for the worst. I think that is what our State, as well our County officials are doing. As an individual there is a lot of info to sort through. Taylor county emergency services seems to be as good as […]

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