The Speckled Trout Have Been Plentiful And Large

Winter is kinda hanging on here in mid March. I hope it is the last of it. The fishing however has been great. Sheephead showed up right on schedule, the Speckled Trout have been plentiful and large and the next few weeks should be real good for the Porgie fish. As water temps rise Specks […]

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Let’s Talk About Fishing

Well now that we got the election out of the way, let’s talk about fishing in Steinhatchee. Water temps have dropped and the water continues to clear. Speckled Trout bite on the flats has been real good and I expect it will continue until the water drops to levels uncomfortable for the fish. Shallow (3 […]

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Rainey Days, Scallop Report & Fishing Report

Rainy days have a way of making me sorry, not that I need much help. But watching a few recorded fishing shows makes me want to talk about fishing when the weather is bad. So here I am watching Debby sit out there in the Gulf and dump large amounts of needed rain on us […]

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Steinhatchee Fishing Report By Captain Steve Kroll

Hey Steinhatchee & OutdoorUpdate.com fans, we are still enjoying a shallow bite for Speckled Trout, mostly on cutbait.  Persistant use of light weight jigheads like the Saltwater Asssassin 1/16 oz with a 5 inch pink or Electric Chicken Assassin tail will work. If you like casting plugs you have to look for areas clear of […]

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Hey Steinhatchee Fans

The last few weeks have been fantastic on the flats off Dixie and Taylor counties. Limits of Speckled Trout and Redfish are common, and considering the Red limit doubling to two fish per person with a boat max of eight fish, I have wondered if I would need a bigger fish box on the boat. […]

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