Sea Hag Marina     
This Week at Sea Hag Marina



The Taylor County Boat Ramp  waterside parking will be closed April 22, 23 & 24 for paving. Please Park in the grassy lot across the street during that time.








Don't forget the State waters of Taylor County are open for gag grouper.



  Honu Hotties


The Honu Hotties we're in action this past weekend. The Honu's (Hawaiian for turtle) brought in some really nice trout, redfish, and Spanish mackerel. Susan Adams won the grand prize of a rod and reel combo for having the longest fish.


Allison, Nita, Marie, Miles 

 Allison and Marie Griffies, Nita Chester and Miles Volkmer with some nice trout, reds and Spanish mackerel caught Friday on some Sea Hag shrimp.



 Redfish Cajun Catch 

Try one of our favorite redfish recipes


Chase Release 

Chase-N-Fish releasing one so it can grow up!


  Tiki Bar 

Tiki Bar is now open on Friday and Saturday from 3:00 til close. Have a frosty beverage while you get your fish cleaned! 

 fish cleaning

Got Gulp!



Our 3" and 4" shrimp are always $5.59. Here are the HOT color numbers:

  • GSSHR 3 PW
  • GSSHR 3 NP


 Local Fishing Events 


Upcoming Tournaments

Steinhatchee Comm Tournament

Steinhatchee Community tournament this weekend! Get your tickets at Sea Hag. Details here!  


Shands Fishing for kids   

 Fishing for Kids

9th Annual Saltwater Trout Tournament


  Fishing Events  



Visit our newly redesigned website!


The New 


Got Questions about fishing the Steinhatchee area?



  Ask Captain Brandi 


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The Flats have it all right now!
Paul Taylor
Paul Taylor, from Long Neck, Delaware with an 18lb cobia caught 2 miles south of the channel on a Pearl White Gulp! from a Sea Hag rental boat. Paul also released a 27" cobia from the same area.
John and Wesley 
John and Wesley from Gainesville, FL, with their first keeper cobia caught from a Sea Hag rental boat on a New Penny Gulp!. They also caught some nice trout about 4.5 miles north of the river in 4-5 feet of water Tuesday.
Trout Tales
 Jake Amendola from Charlotte, NC with a real Gator trout caught last weekend.
 Robert Elliott, Chad Phillips, Austin Phillips

From Harris County, Georgia, Robert Elliott, Chad and his son Austin Phillips with a dandy trout. The threesome limited out on trout in 4' of water on New Penny Gulp! Thursday. 

 Doug Kellogg, Matt Knighton, and Carl Garofalo
The Georgia boys, Doug Kellogg, Matt Knighton and Carl Garofalo where down for a few days of inshore fishing.  They brought in several nice reds, trout and flounder fishing south of the river with top water baits, Gulp!, and gold spoons.


William Lee    
Steve Bradford fishing with William Lee (pictured) and CJ after work Monday brought in their limit of nice size trout using Pearl Gulp! just south of the river in 3'-4' of water. 



Need a new spot?  Try these numbers.


There are deep holes scattered throughout the flats around Steinhatchee. Here is one to try in front of Rocky Creek.  N29 36.087   W83 25.636.  Here's a hole closer to the river.  It is about 30 feet across and 6 feet deep on a medium tide N29 38.837   W83 24.809. Another hot spot offshore of Rock Point, to the north of the river at N29 41. 003   W83 29.534. Be careful, all of these holes have shallow water approaches.

Sheepshead are still biting!


Captain Miriam Alexander with her crew of

Hannah, Patty, Redlee, Laura and Eric where out giving the sheepshead another try. As you can see they are still biting.


Stimilus Package

Charles and Charlie Holt fishing with Larry Southworth from Jacksonville, FL, brought in a bucket full of trout and flounder Friday. Then Monday they tried out their favorite sheepshead spot and filled their cooler aboard the Stimulus Package.


Larry Southworth and Charles Holt  

Tax day Monday was good for the "Stimulus Package", coming in with this full cooler. 



We still have crabs!
Stop by and pick up some fresh fiddlers today!


Photo of the Week
Steve Branford  
 Steve Bradford with a stout trout from Monday!
  Submit your snapshot for Photo of the Week!


Roomy and comfortable 24' Carolina Skiffs powered by fuel efficient 90 HP Mercury Outboards. Equipped with a Garmin GPS/Depth finder, VHF radio and Bimini Top for shade. Full day rental $199.00 plus tax and fuel. 

Rental Boat  

 new lodging page    

See all of our rooms and rates

here on our new Lodging at Sea Hag Marina

web page.


FREE BEER, Buy one get one Free! 

   Tiki Bar

Bring in this coupon to the tiki bar hag and get a buy one get one free beer!   Offer Good on April 19th, 20th and 21st.