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Outdoors

  • Tides for Cedar Key starting with June 1

    Day High Tide Height Sunrise Moon Time % Moon
    /Low Time Feet Sunset Visible

    F 1 High 12:09 AM 3.2 6:33 AM Set 3:56 AM 81
    1 Low 5:41 AM 1.4 8:27 PM Rise 5:36 PM
    1 High 11:33 AM 4.1
    1 Low 6:44 PM -0.3

    Sa 2 High 1:14 AM 3.4 6:33 AM Set 4:44 AM 90
    2 Low 6:36 AM 1.5 8:27 PM Rise 6:45 PM
    2 High 12:20 PM 4.3
    2 Low 7:37 PM -0.6

  • Crowds come out for Memorial Day - and fishin’

    Hope everyone’s Memorial Day was a safe success. The town was full. It seemed like just a step or two under a festival. The water ways, the streets and the sidewalks were busy.
    Me and Capt. Nick stayed in town to cut back on pulling the boat all around. We had double booked both days. We also had a friend/ client’s family in town for his 60th birthday. And his exact words were, “ Cedar Key and fishing with Capt. Danny is my favorite thing to do”.

  • Tides for Cedar Key starting with May 18

    Day High Tide Height Sunrise Moon Time % Moon
    /Low Time Feet Sunset Visible

    F 18 High 1:22 AM 3.2 6:38 AM Rise 4:59 AM 8
    18 Low 6:52 AM 1.3 8:19 PM Set 6:32 PM
    18 High 12:43 PM 3.9
    18 Low 7:46 PM -0.1

    Sa 19 High 2:04 AM 3.2 6:38 AM Rise 5:36 AM 4
    19 Low 7:28 AM 1.4 8:20 PM Set 7:25 PM
    19 High 1:15 PM 4.0
    19 Low 8:21 PM -0.2

  • Backyard Safari: Watch for green anole

    By JESSICA BASHAM
    Backyard Safari
    Green anoles, a type of American lizard, are often called American chameleons because they can change color, but they are not chameleons at all.

  • Old Town man injured by jumping sturgeon

    An Old Town man was injured Friday at about 10:30 a.m. when he collided with a sturgeon that jumped out of the Suwannee River in front of his boat. It's the first sturgeon strike this year.
     Christopher Jordan Marlo's injuries were not life-threatening, according to Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission investigators.

  • Trickling river doesn’t keep boat racers away

    John Edwards, clad in Spandex shorts and a torn T-shirt adorned with an airbrushed hog in a canoe, smiled as he paddled down the tea-colored waters of the Waccasassa River, effortlessly hefting his thin frame over the fallen log at the end of the race he’s competed in for 34 years.
    “It’s a fun race to do,” the St. Petersburg resident said after coming in first Saturday in the Experienced Class division of the 35th Annual Wild Hog Canoe & Kayak Race in Otter Creek.

  • Fishin' Report: Weather is fine and fish are biting

    Hey everyone, sorry I was out last week, but we had big news to cover with the Florida Insider Fishing Report being in town. Rick and those guys do a great job and it was a honor having them.
    It’s also been a honor to have much more calm days as the last few weeks have been very nice. It’s been awhile since ya heard that description for our weather.

  • Tides for Cedar Key starting with April 28

    Day High Tide Height Sunrise Moon Time % Moon
    /Low Time Feet Sunset Visible

    Sa 28 Low 1:07 AM 0.2 6:53 AM Set 1:27 AM 34
    28 High 7:52 AM 2.7 8:06 PM Rise 12:33 PM
    28 Low 1:07 PM 1.6
    28 High 6:46 PM 3.3

    Su 29 Low 2:09 AM 0.4 6:52 AM Set 2:07 AM 44
    29 High 8:59 AM 2.8 8:07 PM Rise 1:31 PM
    29 Low 2:28 PM 1.6
    29 High 8:13 PM 3.1

  • Tides for Cedar Key starting with April 12

    Day High Tide Height Sunrise Moon Time % Moon
    /Low Time Feet Sunset Visible

    Th 12 Low 1:00 AM -0.1 7:09 AM Rise 1:28 AM 67
    12 High 7:44 AM 2.5 7:57 PM Set 12:17 PM
    12 Low 12:38 PM 1.6
    12 High 6:26 PM 3.5

    F 13 Low 2:08 AM 0.2 7:08 AM Rise 2:17 AM 56
    13 High 9:04 AM 2.4 7:58 PM Set 1:18 PM
    13 Low 1:53 PM 1.7
    13 High 7:44 PM 3.2

  • Kingfish increasing; redfish still biting

    Well hey folks, I hope everybody had a great Easter weekend. I actually stayed off the water for family time and because it blew its tail off. It was nice cool weather, to say the least.
    We have this dark mixture of water blending into our area. To the best of my knowledge, its some river run-off. And a lot of help from lots of northwest winds. It doesn’t seem to be affecting our fishing any, just makes the water not as pretty.