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Get ready for Steinhatchee- Jena area Paddling Adventures October 2-5, 2014

by on Aug.18, 2014, under CAPT. TOMMY'S BOOK SIGNINGS, TALKS, TRAVELS, Steinhatchee

Steinhatchee/Jena Florida • $100 for 100 participants maximum
October 3-5, 2014 with early bird trips October 1st and 2nd

4 more paddles have just been added due to the heavy registration so far

Registration is open here NOW

and here’s what we’re giving you – – – – –

  • Access to 27 guided paddles in the area, a kayak fishing tournament and a power boat cruise on the beautiful Steinhatchee River. One of these for the early birds is an approximately 5 mile paddle Wednesday from Shired Island through scenic marshy islands, just off shore in the Gulf of Mexico, to Butler Island for an overnight camping experience, returning the next morning.
  • A get-together for early-birds Thursday evening including 2 drink coupons.
  • Primitive camping absolutely free.
  • Friday breakfast and a bag lunch if you want one.
  • A great dinner Friday night including an informative program.
  • Saturday breakfast and a lunch if you want one.
  • Entry to the kayak fishing tournament Saturday.
  • Saturday night you’re on your own but there will be discount coupons to the area’s best restaurants.
  • Sunday Brunch at the beautiful 3 story Dixie County owned Freeman House overlooking the marsh and the Gulf of Mexico.
  • Best of all – you get to enjoy a stay in the Steinhatchee/Jena, Florida area with people who love the outdoors just like yourself – it’s different here – where the wild places are ! !

Registration is open here NOW

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Enlarged and Improved Boat Ramp at Jena, on Steinhatchee River, Now Open–March 2014

by on Mar.16, 2014, under Steinhatchee

After what seemed a pretty long time, the enlarged and improved boat launch at Jena, on the Dixie County side of the Steinhatchee River, is now open.  This free ramp is located at the end of CR358, just across the river from the Sea Hag Marina.  What was a single, steep ramp has now been extended to allow easier launching and has been doubled to two lanes.  Floating docks straddle both lanes.

In the past, this ramp has been the scene of many a traffic jam, and now, with the addition of the second lane and the opening of the new boat ramp on the Steinhatchee side of the river, access for fishermen and scallopers should be easier.  While there is still no “official” parking lot for the Jena ramps, street-side parking is easy and plentiful.

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Improvements to Boat Ramp at Jena in Dixie County to be Completed December 2013

by on Nov.12, 2013, under Steinhatchee

If you’ve ever launched at the boat ramp at Jena, on the Steinhatchee River, across from the Sea Hag Marina, you know the perils.  However, the ramp is being re-built and hopefully the problem of the bad drop-off will be fixed.  No details, but based on a quick tour of the site, it looks like the ramp will be doubled in size and extended much farther into the river.

The Jena boat ramp is located at the end of CR358 on the south side of the Steinhatchee River, in Dixie County

According to good sources in Dixie County, the construction should be completed by mid-December, ahead of schedule, and just in time for this winter’s influx of seatrout in the river.  In fact, a favorite wintertime seatrout spot is the “suicide hole”, just downstream from the ramp.  That’s where seatrout go to commit suicide in the winter months!!!

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