Late Summer Months Remain The Toughest

September 6, 2011

Here in Central Florida we catch fish 12 months our of the year, although the late summer months remain to be the toughest to do so. As water temps soar into the 90’s, the window of opportunity keeps getting shorter. This equates to getting up very early to catch a […]

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Cedar Key Offshore Fishing Report

April 11, 2011

The water has finally warmed up to around 75 degrees in the afternoon and around 69 degrees in the am. Bait pods are showing up and?there are plenty of Spanish Mackerel and some Kings at around 25 to 35 ft. At 50 ft around wrecks and strong structure there are […]

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Its the Time of Year to Make Lemonade Out Of Lemons

August 24, 2009

LEMONADE? Yes lemonade, although we are in the middle of what is called the “Dog Days of Summer”, there are still fish to be caught around the Levy/Citrus County coasts. As a matter of fact, if you’re looking for numbers, and aren’t picky about the species, it’s an especially great […]

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Steinhatchee activities dominated by scallop trips

July 30, 2009

Scallops Dominate Our activities continue to be dominated by scallop trips. Which is a good thing. We are thankful for such a wonderful resource to enjoy and share! But, for me, nothing can substitute the pull of a upper slot size Red, or the violent head shake of a 22″ Trout […]

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