in 2 days it will be the 1st of April and we are already brown as bunnies down here in Cedar Key Florida. The sun is shining
and temperature is 80 to 85 degees F. Clear skies and a light wind make for a beautiful day to get
out on the water and catch some big plump speckled trout or a 2 foot redfish or mabey the very tasty pompano. Spring has sprung
and the water temp has risen to 70 degrees F already and the fish are lovin' it. There are a lot of fish swarming around these
keys, keys are in shallow water and islands are in deeper water , every springtime and this season is no different. Even the
redfish have moved out to feed on and around all the oyster bars surrounding each of these keys. It's a treat and a great
diversion from our landside lives to float along on my 24ft. pontoon boat and angle for a few big ones. I fillet all our catch
and place the fillets in a ziplock bag with fresh crushed ice so you can close them up in your cooler for the ride home. I
suggest eating them fresh. A fresh salad and some perfect rice and a slab of speckled trout is delicious eating while you
tell fish stories. I'm always looking forward to it. Call me please at 352 221 5463 and we'll pick a good day to go fishing.
thanks, Capt. Dan
Mitch Wilburn from Knoxville, Tenn. with a 24in.
Below is Kate from Alaska with a 26.5in. trout.
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 . Call me at 352-221-5463 and schedule
a trip. Capt. Dan
Below is our pontoon boat with lots of room and
a smooth and quiet Yamaha 4 stroke.
Above, 6 year old Will Wertenberger stands next to his 22.5in. seatrout as father Nevin holds it for
Above, Fionnuala San Juan makes the Irish proud with her big trout
Come fish with me aboard a spacious 24ft pontoon in the unspoiled fishing grounds of Cedar Key Florida.
everybody catches fish
Below is your captain holding up a 26.5in
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Stay in luxury overlooking Cedar Key backwaters at 'Old Fennimore Inn'