This Week at Sea Hag Marina
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Don't forget the State waters of Taylor County are open for gag grouper.
Taylor County Gag Grouper
Mike Garris fishing with Tom Hamlin and Bill Newby caught a little bit of everything, spanish mackerel, sea bass, florida snapper, trout and some Taylor Co. gag grouper.
Robbie Langley and Jud Hall from Carrollton GA, came in with a mixed bag of gag grouper, spanish mackerel, trout and sheepshead Saturday.
Vance Workley, Carley Evans and Jo Workley with some nice flounder, spanish mackerel, and trout, fishing with Pearl White Gulp! from a Sea Hag rental boat Saturday.
Tommy Ballard with a Gator from Tuesday. This 25" trout fell for a Sea Hag shrimp in 4 feet of water off Piney Point.
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Dan Denver took this snap shot of their 36" Redfish caught by Blue Smith (center) off Hardy Point. The rest of the crew, Luke Cocke (left) and Andrew Deaver (right) brought home a flounder, 7 trout, and 5 Spanish mackerel.
Ethan Gibbs with a dandy spanish mackerel
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Local Fishing Events
Winners of the
Elite Redfish Challenge
Winners of the Elite Redfish Challenge last Saturday at the Sea Hag . See all their fish here!
Florida Lure Anglers Tournament
Florida Lure Anglers Tournament. See all the fish here!
Steinhatchee Community tournament coming soon. Details here!
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The Flats are HOT!
Cobia, Spanish Mackerel, Trout, Pompano, and Redfish are all here and hungry!
The Eaton,Georgia crew of Kenny and Nate Holloway, Allen, Baylor, and Brice Garland, along with Ray Wade, Austin Matysiak and Tad Holt brought in a fine catch of trout and flounder Saturday.
Taylor Thomas brought in this nice flounder fishing with her mom and dad, Mack and Leigh Taylor from Haira, GA, using a Pearl White Gulp! near Pepperfish Keys.
Nolan O'Connor with his good size flounder.
O'Connor family from Buffalo, NY, Grandad Bob, with his sons Bob and Tim, and their sons Mike, Nolan, Tommy and Cameron. Out fishing in a Sea Hag rental boat. The three generation O'Connor crew caught a cooler full of trout, 2 flounder, and Spanish mackerel. They also released two oversize redfish (30" and 31") and a 30" cobia.
Lee Hall and Brandon Hunt from Cordele, GA, fishing in 4 1/2 feet of water Friday brought in the nice bag of trout, flounder and Spanish mackerel using New Penny/Chartreuse Gulp!
Tripp Maddux, Shane Rhodes, Lee Hall, Matthew Ray, Thomas Benton, Greg Joyner, Shawn Rhodes, and Brandon Hunt, from all over Georgia, brought in these really nice trout. The Georgia boys were here having friendly fishing competition for a couple of days this past weekend.
Knox and Steve Nolte, Chris Small and friends with a nice catch of trout and reds from Friday.
Becky Shelton from Middleburg, FL with a Gator trout caught while fishing just north of pepperfish, on a 1/4 jig with Gulp! swimming mullet under a Cajun thunder. In about 3 ft of water.
Noah Mitchell and Ethan Gibbs from, Wheeler GA. Noah is holding one of two pompano they caught while fishing with Greg Gibbs, Eric Flower, and Alan Mitchell from a Sea Hag rental boat. Along with the pompano and trout they caught Spanish mackerel, and catfish on Pearl White Gulp!
Mickey King, from Clarksville, GA, with a nice keeper he caught while fishing with Ray Cox and Cal Garrett Saturday.
Sheepshead are still biting!
Danny and Rene Hoffman, from Steinhatchee, and Mike Davis, Anita Snyder from Yulee, FL, along with our own Capt Derek Snyder. Capt "D" took his family out for sheepshead and Spanish mackerel action Tuesday.
Rodney Hunt, Bradley Flowers, Zack Burris, and Bill Nickell out in a Sea Hag rental bringing in a mixed bag of trout, flounder, and Spanish mackerel Tuesday using New Penny Gulp!
Look for them in 3'-5' of water. Use a New Penny Gulp! under a Cajun Thunder. Hook the Gulp! thru the eyes with a Mustad 37140 2/0 hook. Poping the Cajun Thunder occasionally. Be ready!
Look for them in 4'-8' of water just outside sand bars. Using a wire leader, cast a Silver ClarkSpoon (2RBMS-SF), a 1oz Got-Cha lure, cut bait or shrimp on a jig head. Set out your chum bag after the first catch to keep the school nearby. Fish on!
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Stop by and pick up some fresh fiddlers today!