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Today's Sports

  • Love is in the air

    Happy Valentines week. There's a pretty big deal every year around Valentines Day. Yep,kindof a big thing around my house - it means that my birthday is two weeks away. Means I'm getting older and wiser and that I’m a better fishermen. Hey, this is my storyline and I’ma gonna tell it how I wanna.

  • Fishing with Cap'n. Danny...

    Happy New Year everybody. I hope everybody had a safe and happy holiday season. Now it's time to return to reality — back to work, back to the grind.

    We had a couple of trips this weekend never really doing much, fishing real hard and boating a fish here and there. The best way to describe fishing right now "wishy washy." I took a group of kinda local boys out of Fenimore Mill condos Saturday. We fished pretty hard and got one nice redfish and few bites. But we never figured things out, so we headed in early to catch the Gators playing football.

  • Winter time is the best time to...

    Cedar Key resident, Bob Hudson recently visited the Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge with a friend - in an attempt to hunt hogs. While they didn’t shoot any hogs, Hudson did shoot some really interesting photographs.

  • Chalk one up for Sharks

    If moral victories exist, chalk one up for Cedar Key in spite of a 65-46 home loss against Chiefland on Tuesday.

    After an 0-9 start and a winless 2009-10 campaign, the young Sharks could have easily swam far away from the shores of Cedar Key, and into the secluded deep of the Gulf. But thanks to a loyal fanbase and the never-give-up hustle of its players, 1A Cedar Key was able to give the 2A Indians more than it bargained before while achieving a team goal in the process.

  • Cedar Key Sharks open basketball...

    DateVS.Location MSG/MSB/VG/VB

  • Thanks for good weather, good...

     Well the weather is good. The fish are biting great, but the phones have slowed way down. Families get pretty busy this time of year and fishing charters are kinda last on the list.

  • Fishing with Capt'n Danny...


    Everyone, the phrase for
    the week is "Backcountry
    Bonanza." I have been wearin'
    it out, cause this is my second
    most favorite fishing season.
    I love to fish cooling temperatures.
    This pre-winter
    period of time is great for
    those adventurous anglers that
    aren't scared to dent a prop
    blade.
    Getting back to those
    honey holes can make that
    happen for ya'. This time of
    the year the trout and redfish

  • Fishing Report: Fish of a...

    Hey everyone. Sorry if ya' missed having a report
    last week. With the festival in town I didn't do much
    fishin' and that moon phase kinda stunk.
    This week is a new look at fishing reports and
    fishing as a sport.
    It's a look at the
    sport from different
    angles and views.
    Some folks will
    agree and some
    may take it the
    wrong way. For
    those that take it the wrong way — ya' shouldn't
    cause it's simply different strokes for different folks

  • Fishing with Capt'n Danny...

    Well my goodness I hate to beat the dead horse, but this weather is awesome!
    I fished four days last week and every day was one to remember. I made my pro redfish circuit debut last Saturday up a rocks toss away from the Georgia border and the St. Mary's River in a town called Fernandina Beach.
    It is a very small, very classy town. It has it own little unique charm like our own. People were nice and all the old buildings with new age businesses were cool. We had dinner in a small, two-story Victorian-style building that served Italian and it was good!!!

  • Fishing: Ready for the red fish

    OK! Holy cow! Our redfishing is good right now.
    It's the fall, the water's cooling a little, the spawners are doing their thing, and me and my customers love it.
    I had few new groups this week which is always good. I fished a really nice couple from out at the Cedar Key RV grounds. They were from Mississippi. First time ever visiting Cedar Key.