Hey folks, Are you surviving the cold? We have been able to get out a couple times a week since Thanksgiving. But this weather has made it a challenge. The cold temperature is one thing, but put 10-15 knots of wind behind it and it is raw.
Our Trout fishing trips have turned into hunting trips a few days, then when we found them it was “game on” or “fish on”. Speckled Trout would be big, and a lot of them. We routinely are releasing over size fish because we have a limit.
We also are catching lots of Reds in the “cob” or “pup” size, 15-17 inches. They are great fun, just not big enough to keep.
Now all this fishing is pothole fishing in creek and river holes. If we had a couple bright sunny days and it wasn’t so cold, these fish will move to shallows and mudflats adjacent to creek and river drains.
Whether you are fishing shallow or deep, a slow presentation is the only way to get bit.
Come see us in Steinhatchee
GOD Bless and Good Fishing,
Captain, STEVE KROLL
This Steinhatchee Fishing Report
is from Steinhatchee, Florida Fishing Guide Captain Steve Kroll