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Captain’s Cove Outfitters–Tackle and Bait in Inglis, FL

by on Feb.13, 2014, under CAPT. TOMMY'S BOOK SIGNINGS, TALKS, TRAVELS, Yankeetown and Waccasassa

I recently visited with Jim and Nicole at Captain’s Cove Outfitters on SR40 in Inglis.  If you’re headed to Yankeetown, you’ll find the store just off US19, marked by the BIG ice plant out front.  And in addition to some excellent advice on the local bite, you’ll find great prices on tackle and supplies.  They stock Engel coolers, Costa Sunglasses, Star Rods, Shimano Reels, Penn Reels, Power Pro Line and a big selection of MirrOlures, Live Target Lures, Rockport Rattlers and Unfair Lures.  And don’t forget the ice!  Be sure to stop by and visit the next time you’re “in their neighborhood”.

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Shrimp Landing Restaurant Opens in Inglis/Yankeetown

by on Mar.24, 2013, under Yankeetown and Waccasassa

If you’re traveling north on US19/98 and just crossing the ‘border’ into Levy County and “Natural North Florida”, the first town you’ll hit is Inglis.  Just north of the Withlacoochee River and described by many as the “gateway to Yankeetown”, Inglis is your last chance for a square meal before you get to Chiefland, some 40 miles up the road.  In the past, and during its heyday, Inglis had a few “meat and three” restaurants, namely the Port Inglis Restaurant and Gobblers.  Alas, both have closed, as is the case with the more upscale eatery, December’s*.  Nevertheless, the old “PI” has been reborn as the Shrimp Landing Restaurant, and is a good place to “fill up” in anticipation of your trip north (or to fish at Yankeetown, Waccasassa, Cedar Key or Lake Rousseau)

Don’t think that Shrimp Landing only serves shrimp.  Of course, they’re on the menu in several variations.  You’ll also find fish, salads, burgers and daily specials.  Expect big servings and hearty meals here-at reasonable prices.  They’re open 7 days a week from 5AM until 9PM, making Shrimp Landing a good choice for a pre-fishing trip breakfast or post-fishing trip lunch or dinner.

Shrimp Landing

US 19/98 at SR40, just north of the Withlacoochee River

Inglis, FL

(352) 447-5201

*The old December’s restaurant has been recently re-opened, but I’ve not had a chance to visit it.  Reviews from friends have been good, and I’m looking forward to a meal there soon.  Expect a review, too!

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Nature Coast Challenge–Kayak Fishing Tournament, April 27, 2013, Yankeetown

by on Mar.14, 2013, under Cedar Key, Yankeetown and Waccasassa

This is a “catch-photo-release” tournament that should be lots of fun.  It also has some good prizes for redfish and spotted seatrout.  For complete information, go to www.naturecoastchallenge.com

Hosted by the Inglis-Yankeetown Lions Club
(352) 505-7936

All net proceeds go to charity

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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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Don’t have a boat? Give Cedar Key’s fishing pier a try!

by on Oct.28, 2010, under Cedar Key

You may not catch a grouper or a king mackerel from the pier, but its location on the south end of town and its proximity to some deeper water makes it productive–and fun–for the boat-less angler.  It’s free, has bathrooms and is close to town and parking.  You’ll likely catch inshore species like ladyfish (shown), black drum, red drum (redfish), whiting and in winter months, some nice sheepshead.  A few items to be sure to take along are a stout rod and reel (Just in case a whopper comes by and eats your bait!), a supply of sinkers, some hooks and some bait.  I recommend live or frozen shrimp, which are available at Doug and Wendy Rains’ tackle and bait shop just north of the Jiffy Store on your way into Cedar Key.

Fun atop the Cedar Key Fishing Pier

Cedar Key Fishing Pier

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