Yankeetown, Crystal River & Levy County Fishing Report

December 23, 2008

Salt Water Fishing Report for Crystal River, Yankeetown, Cedar key and Levy County- 12/23/08 Fished the “Progress Energy” Hot water Discharge Canal last week. Had several reports of good numbers of large Spotted Sea Trout, as well as Snook and Cobia being caught there, so I thought I’d give it a try. Got a late start, then had to make our way through the spoil islands and skinny water in fairly heavy fog. Finally made it over there about 10 A.M., just in time to catch the bottom of the falling tide. Typically, the best tide to fish in this […]

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Its Cool Out in Cedar Key and Suwannee But the Fish Are There.

November 21, 2008

To get a Cedar Key and Suwanee, Florida Fishing Report I called Don at Cedar Key Marina. He says that big trout are being caught and that the Sheep Head are going like gang busters. He was at the Cedar Key pier yesterday and a man had caught some 24 trout and ended up catching his limit from the pier. He also said people were catching good Sheep Head by the pilings. Don wondered over to the docks and all the charters came back with good catches. Several had 25lb Red Grouper on them. One had a Bonita and a good size […]

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Speckled Trout and Reds are Biting Good!

October 23, 2008

Hey Fall Fisherman, Now that we are wearing jackets and sweatshirts in?the mornings and the water temps have dropped, you know the Speckled Trout and Reds are biting good. We have had days with high north winds and slick days, each with it’s own challenges. Saltwater Assassin baits, Berkely Gulps, cutbait continue to get the job done. Skill level and style of fishing dictate the best method for your success. Also, cork or not, shallow or deep, are factors. One of my last reports I sent a photo of a keeper-bonus Grouper, this week I’ve included of another bonus catch. A […]

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Steinhatchee Fishing Report, And the Bite Goes On

October 15, 2008

Steinhatchee Fishing Report From Captain Steve Trout and Reds continue to bite well. Limits are common. I am?continuing to concetrate on shallow fish, mainly because the wind has?blown pretty good and makes the deeper flats a little rough. Those?deeper flats do, however, produce some great bonus fish; mackerel,?bluefish, sandtrout, seabass, and flounder. The Trout have been large?some days. A couple days the last few weeks we have had our limlt of?over 20″s. Red size has been upper slot. They can be caught in the?normal places, but we are continuing to catch reds on the flats also. This fishing report is […]

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Cedar Key fishing is good, but the weather will change, so go now!

October 10, 2008

I called Don at Cedar Key Marina and he?s had a busy morning, a lot of people are going out today. He said just about everybody that goes out after Red Fish are getting their limit and that the people after Reds have also been catching flounder on the bars. Don also said this is one of the best flounder years he has ever seen, that the trout are big and are big consistently, that people for the most part are getting their limits and that the sheep head should start moving in soon and that snook are common. Seas […]

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