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Snook On The Upper Big Bend? You Bet–Provided We Have a Warm Winter!

by on Aug.28, 2015, under Cedar Key, Chassahowitzka and Homosassa, FLORIDA'S BIG BEND AND EMERALD COAST, Ozello to Crystal River, Suwannee, Yankeetown and Waccasassa

Warmer winters mean the habitat for snook has moved north, into Levy and Dixie counties.

Warmer winters mean the habitat for snook has moved north, into Levy and Dixie counties.

Snook are probably the most fun and abundant gamefish in Florida.  They run, they jump, and if you want to keep one for dinner during open season, they’re delicious to eat.  However, they’re also highly susceptible to cold water temperatures and are some of the first fish to be found floating dead after a hard winter freeze.  Warm winters in recent years have allowed snook to migrate north from Pinellas and Pasco counties (Tarpon Springs’ Anclote Key was the northern edge of their range for many years.)  Now, with our recent warm winters, snook are regularly being caught well north of the Withlacoochee River in Waccasassa Bay and even as far north at Suwannee’s Salt Creek.

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A Yankeetown snook.

Snook are ambush feeders, and prey on small fish (mullet, pinfish and sardines) as well as crustaceans (crabs and shrimp).  They will also readily attack artificial lures like the D.O.A. shrimp or slow-sinking MirrOlure Catch 2000s.  Rigging is important, with stealthy knots (Homer Rhode or Uni Knots work well) and tough, invisible fluorocarbon leader (24-30#) a “must”.  An interesting fact about snook is that they are picky about their prey.  If you’re using live fish for bait, don’t rig them like you do for redfish (through the back or tail) but hook them through their lips.  Snook attack from behind!    And they prefer fast-moving water, especially when it’s washing baits off shallow flats or bars into deeper troughs.

In 2015/2016, Gulf Snook “season” runs from September 1, 2015 to February 29, 2016 and from May 1 to August 31, 2016.  While you’re allowed to keep one snook per day, anglers are urged to have fun and release fish they catch.  Just remember–one cold winter and the snook will again head south and away from our Big Bend waters!

Complete information about snook and other saltwater gamefish species can be found at www.myfwc.com/fishing

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Investigate the Inside of Cedar Key’s Islands and Find Seatrout and Redfish

by on Dec.04, 2013, under Cedar Key

All too often anglers spend lots of time circling the islands near Cedar Key, failing to realize that on higher tides that there’s enough water inside the islands to float small boats and paddlecraft.  Two examples are Atsena Otie Key and Snake Key, located due south of the boat basin at the end of SR24.  I don’t recommend you run at high speed, and do advise that you keep a sharp lookout for “sneaky” oyster bars once you approach and enter either of these islands.  I think you’ll be surprised to find lots of baitfish, as well as hungry seatrout and redfish along the mangrove shorelines and bar edges.  High water is key to succeeding in these backwaters, and it’s important that you plan your exit with enough time to beat the low tide.

Aerial view of Atsena Otie Key, Cedar Key, FL
The mangrove-lined shoreline of Snake Key, south of Cedar Key is typical to local islands.
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Cedar Key Fishing Report, 1/21/13, From Capt. Jimbo Keith

by on Jan.22, 2013, under Cedar Key

I had a great afternoon on Saturday, 1/19/13:
The weather and fish were awesome. I had three guys and we caught over a 100 Trout in 4 hours. Believe it or not the fish are still stacked of the flats. On Monday I got a chance to fish with my dad (Capt.Jim) and my son Tyler. We went out to one of the Gainsville off shore reefs to try out my new Lowrance structure scan. While we were there we caught some nice Sheepshead. After that we ran back to the flats and caught a nice mess of Trout. All the Trout were caught on a Saltwater Assassin Jig in Green Moon. The Sheephead were caught on Shrimp. Well folks hope y’all can make it out on the water this next week because the fishing is AWESOME!!!!!!

Capt.Jimbo Keith
Saltwater Assassin
Fishing Charters
www.FishCedarKey.com

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Cedar Key Fishing Report, 10/15/12, from Capt. Jimbo Keith

by on Oct.16, 2012, under Cedar Key

The fishing has been at its best here in Cedar Key. As Fall quickly approaches us the fish are in a hurry to fatten up for the winter. The bait is everywhere this time of year which makes for some good fishing.
The Redfish action is still steady around the island and on the shore line north and south of us. Cut Mullet is still the bait of choice.
The Trout action has really picked up in the last couple of weeks. On the low tides I have done best at the CK pole which is located between Cedar Key and Waccassassa. The primary colors have been Stinky Pink and Green Moon. I hope this will help you out this next week. Stay safe and we’ll see you on the water.

Capt.Jimbo Keith
www.FishCedarKey.com
Saltwater Assassin
Fishing Charters

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3rd Annual Cedar Key “Kayak Fishing Get-Together”, October 13-14, 2012

by on Aug.26, 2012, under Cedar Key

This should be a fun time–and for a good local cause.  Here’s complete information from Al Clements:
The 3rd Annual Cedar Key Get Together has officially opened registrations. Already we have 17 who have signed up. The date is the weekend of October 13, 2012.
As a result of the large turnout and fun in the past I am having to limit the total number to 60 for the Saturday Night Dinner and Drawings. The price for the ticket is $15.00 per person and that includes Dinner and the drawings and the Charity. Last year every person won a prize and we expect the same this year. We also gave a donation to the Cedar Key Help Fund.
For those of you who may not be familiar with this event let me fill you in. First of all this is not a Tournament. It is an open day for all of us to get to know each other personally. Fish where and when you desire. Me and several others know the area well and will direct you where to fish for the species you desire. If you have never caught a 50+ Lb Black Drum from a Kayak this is your chance. Cedar Key has the largest and the most HUGE Black Drum in the Gulf. Just put some crab on your Circle Hook and hold on for the Sleigh Ride of your life!!
Last year we had several bring their entire family. All had a good time and great experiences. I would like to hear from those who attended last year and what they thought about the event.
The Dinner will be at the Low Key Hide A Way in Cedar Key. It is right on the water and also has a Tiki Bar and great seating. We usually eat around 6:30 PM.
If you desire to be a part of this event please Email me at alclements1@cox.net. Let me know who will be in your party and give me your Name and your Handle on the Jax Site. The check must be written to me, Al Clements, so that I can purchase all the food. Any extra money will be given to the Charity at Cedar Key. This Charity provides money for transportation to Gainesville for those who are in need of Doctors Care.
When I receive your check I will Email a ticket to each person in your party. The Ticket MUST BE BROUGHT TO THE DINNER in order to be in the drawing. Last year only one couple forgot their ticket and that was me. I won Nothing!!!
Come for the Sun and the Fun in October and be a part of the best Red and Trout fishing on the Gulf Side.
Look forward to seeing those of you who came last year and also meeting new friends this year.
Any questions please feel free to Email me.
Note: If you want to bring someone and they do not have a Kayak you can rent Fishing Kayaks from Tom at Kayak Cedar Keys. His phone number is 352 543 9447

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Cedar Key Fishing Report, 8/21/12, from Capt. Jimbo Keith

by on Aug.21, 2012, under Cedar Key

All I can say about this past weekend is RAIN!!!!  Although we dodged rain storms all weekend, we did manage to catch a few nice Redfish including a 26 3/4″ on the first cast. The bite did seem a little slow this past weekend considering the way it was during the week. The bait of choice still seems to be cut or live Mullet fished on the bottom. I hope next weeks report will have a few more fish stories. Until then good luck out there and we’ll see you on the water.

Capt.Jimbo Keith
Saltwater Assassin
Fishing Charters
(352)535-5083
www.FishCedarKey.com

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1st Annual Fishing for a Cure Fishing Tournament & Fish Fry, 9/8/12 — Fish at Cedar Key, Eat at High Springs!

by on Aug.17, 2012, under Cedar Key

The Great Outdoors Restaurant

1st Annual Fishing for a Cure

Fishing Tournament & Fish Fry!

Benefiting STOP! Children’s Cancer, Inc.

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2012
Fishing Tournament Summary
Welcome to the 1st Annual “Fishing for a Cure” Fishing Tournament and Fish Fry!


This event is a fund raiser for the STOP! Children’s Cancer fund.


Tournament winner will be the boat with the heaviest Grand Slam (heaviest Redfish, Trout Stringers, Spanish
Mackerel combination). If no Grand Slams are caught, prizes will be awarded for the biggest overall eligible species
and the top 3 of each eligible species (Redfish, Trout String and Spanish Mackerel). The annual trophy will be presented
to heaviest Grand Slam or largest eligible species if no Grand Slam is caught, (in addition to prize package).


TOURNAMENT RULES


• Leave from Cedar Key dock, any time, but don’t start fishing (lines in) until 6:00 AM. No tackle or bait
restrictions.


• Lines out (stop fishing) at 12:00 PM, awards at 7:00 PM at the Great Outdoors Restaurant. Must be
present to win.


• All fish must be weighed between 12 PM – 2 PM at Cedar Key dock to be entered in the tournament.
All decision’s made by weigh-in official are final.


• Come to the Great Outdoors Restaurant at 65 North Main Street in High Springs for Awards Ceremony
and Fish Fry beginning at 6:00 PM (awards will be presented at 7:00 PM).


• Tournament VHF Channel to be determined. Boaters will be notified day of event.


Non-fishermen and guests attending the Fish Fry at the Great Outdoors to arrive anytime after 6:00 PM.
Tickets will be available at the door.
LIVE BAND – AWARDS CEREMONY – KIDS WELCOME – ON THE PATIO

For information contact Cristy Lesperance, (352) 745-6974 or email FISHINGFORACURE@GREATOUTDOORSDINING.COM

The Great Outdoors Restaurant

1st Annual Fishing for a Cure

Fishing Tournament & Fish Fry!

Benefiting STOP! Children’s Cancer, Inc.

Proceeds to benefit STOP! Children’s Cancer, Inc.

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Cedar Key Fishing Report, 8/7/12, from Capt. Jimbo Keith

by on Aug.08, 2012, under Cedar Key

Hey there folks, I hope everything is good around your favorite fishing hole. Around Cedar Key it’s been HOT !!!! The fishing has slowed a little due to the high water temps.
The speckled Trout are still on the deeper grass flats. When the weather permits, the Seahorse Reef is still a good bet.
The Red fish are still biting pretty good on the incoming tide. Cut mullet or live finger mullet are still the bait of choice. Good luck out there and we’ll see you on the water.

Capt.Jimbo Keith
Saltwater Assassin Fishing Charters
(352)535-5083
www.FishCedarKey.com

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Boat Rentals Available From Tidewater Tours and Boat Rentals at Cedar Key

by on Aug.06, 2012, under Cedar Key

Tidewater Tours and Boat Rentals has two pontoon boats and a 19-foot Carolina Skiff available for rent at Cedar Key. Located at Dock #4 on Dock Street, just across the street from the downtown boat basin, you’ll find this a convenient departure point to fish near Atsena Otie Island or any of the keys south of Cedar Key.  For complete information and rates, go to the Tidewater Tours website or call (352) 543-9523.
Tidewater Tours and Boat Rentals is located near the main boat basin in Cedar Key.

Tidewater Tours and Boat Rentals also  runs daily eco-tours of the Cedar Key National Wildlife Refuge, which includes the 13 islands of the Cedar Keys, about 24 miles west of US19/98.  Expect to see lots of wildlife and some of the best protected coastal shorelines in the U.S.

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Cedar Key Fishing Report, 7/30/12, Capt. Jimbo Keith

by on Jul.31, 2012, under Cedar Key

Hey folks there is finally a Red fish bite going on in our area worth talking about. They seem to be slowly starting to school up on the oyster bar points around the islands. The key is to find the points that have bait on them.  Find the bait and you’ll find the Reds.
We had some news of a few Scallops being found on the shallow flats around Snake key in 1 to 3 feet of water.
The Trout bite has slowed a little because of the warm water temperatures. Most have moved to the deeper grass off shore but  there are still a few in close. Good luck out there and we’ll see you on the water.
Capt.Jimbo Keith
Saltwater Assassin Fishing Charters
(352)535-5083
www.FishCedarKey.com

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