Here we go folks we gonna break down Cedar Keys' waters we gonna tell a few stories.
Heck we might even brag a little bit about how cool of a fishing spot we have here.
This week was just like last week afternoon showers with hot mid day.
Redfish biting well and getting better by the way.
Trout fishing is good in certain areas on the edges off the flats.
Lots of nice keepers, limits are easy to catch using plastic worms and bobbers that clicks and clacks.
Haven't seen many big fish like cobia and tarpon.
But the bait fish are podding up pretty good again.
Water temps are hanging around low to mid eighties.
Thanks to all the rain and clouds is keeping it from getting hot as Hades.
Best bet is fishing some morning tides.
If you’re patient and in the right spots you will bust some redfish hides.
I like live or cut mullet the best.
Most of the time it works better than the rest.
This about wraps up the reports version of my column for this week.
I have a really cool fishing story that I must leak. Ha hah don't ask where that came from. I had a cool new group from Orlando this week, we fished a early tide till right after lunch. This couple had a ball of a time.
We had a handful of oversized reds up to 34 inches. We did manage 3 nice upper slot keepers and about 7 barely short redfish.
We broke loose from the redfishing to see if the trout were chewing.
My first guess was a li'l off but my second was dead on.
The only problem was squall after squall heading our way. We had to leave 'em biting to keep from being beat up.
Well folks i hope y'all enjoyed my mixed up version and my pics. Do what ya do but always keep it salty.
Capt. Danny Allen can be contacted (when he's not writing rhymes) at 352-215-3686 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. He is also on Facebook at SouthernSaltCharters.