Not too hot here in Cedar Key Florida yet. Its' only May
24th. In the morning around 8 or 9am its' really beautiful out floating over some grassy 'flats' and snatching up plump
speckled trout. Nice and comfortable. Light winds, calm seas. There are redfish 'patrolling' the edges of the oyster bars.
They're looking for something to eat. This time of year there are many species of fish scouting around for food. They
are feeding as the tide rises and the schools of fish find their way out of the Gulf of Mexico and up and onto the shallow
waters of Cedar Key Fl. Lots of bait fish to attract 'em. We're seeing big schools of mackerel and jack crevalle
crashing thru small fish at the surface. Birds slammin' down from the air. You never know what you'll see staring out over
miles of open water. It's a great thing. Call me up at 352-221-5463 and we'll pick a good weather day and cruise out
among the keys of Cedar Key Florida on my 24ft. pontoon boat and catch your own fresh fish. I'll fillet 'em all back
at the dock. thanks, Capt. Dan
On another day we caught 12 trout and 1 bluefish
Above, Lori holds up a beautiful Spanish Mackerel.
Below, Wynnette holds up a 23.5in. Redfish
A 4 hour fishing trip for 1 to 5 folks is $350. 5 people is the maximum. I'll provide all the
fishing gear you'll need and fishing license too,then fillet your catch back at the dock so you can eat fresh fish
that evening. Call me at 352-221-5463 and schedule a trip. Capt. Dan
Below is our pontoon boat with lots of room and
a new 2014 Yamaha outboard motor.
Above, 6 year old Will Wertenberger stands next to his 22.5in. seatrout as father Nevin holds it for