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Today's Sports

  • Fishing to bounce back this...

       Hey guys and girls, women and men, and kids of all ages. Sorry, I just heard a circus commercial and it’s kinda stuck in my head. Also kinda fits, in an imaginary kinda way.

  • Refuge Night: meet the people,...

    The Lower Suwannee and Cedar Keys National Wildlife Refuges are hosting a community discussion at the Cedar Key Public Library on Thursday, Jan. 26 at 5 p.m.

  • Looking for signs of life

    The four hunters spaced themselves about 20 feet apart, in a straight line, poised at the edge of a wall of palmettos and gallberry. The leader of the group, pointing on a map, gave quick directions about his plan of attack: straight through, in a grid, a few hundred yards out, then reposition and come back, covering an adjacent swath of land.

  • Tuck’s memory lives on

     This past October, the City of Cedar Key Commission gave preliminary approval for development of a horseshoe crab educational display to be located either in the City Park or along the railing, adjacent to the park on A Street.

  • Cedar Key Tides for the week of...

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  • ‘Fish need to eat in the winter’

    Hey everybody, hope all is well. Fishing is the same off and on with the fronts. Seems, of course, that catching warm days after the cold is good. That’s why I choose my days on the water best I can around life.
    If you can slip out when its been warming up from a cold snap around the third day after - that’s the day they should chew best.

  • Shark News for Jan. 12

    CKS Spring Sports

    By Sarah Bartholemy
    & Chloe Reynolds
    Shark Correspondents
        As winter sports come to an end, Cedar Key School is preparing to start its spring training.

  • WILD HOGS

    By Tony Young
              
    The white-tailed deer is the most popular game animal pursued each winter by Florida’s more than 200,000 hunters. But, there’s another big-game species that’s hunted quite a bit too and is especially popular with hunters in the southern and central parts of the state: the wild hog.

  • Cedar Key Tides for the week of...

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  • Fishin’ with Capt. Danny

    Li’l Burt with his first ever redfish while out with AS Charters. The Pauls group with a Cedar Key Slam — a keeper redfish, a keeper trout, and a keeper flounder. All were caught fishing creeks and channels with live shrimp.