this weekend! Captains meeting 5:30 Friday night. Enjoy the music of String Team from 6:30-10:00 at theSea Hag.
Results for the Steinhatchee Community tournament last weekend! Details here!
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Brandon Wilson and Mike Caton from Missouri with some really big Taylor County gag grouper. They had 4 nice gags weighing a total of 53 pounds. With the big one coming in at 20lb's. They found these whoppers hungry for some pinfish at their favorite reef.
Cobia are here!
Jason Carrington (above), from Dawsonville, GA and Thad Beck (below), from Micanopy, FL brought this nice cobia in last Friday on a Gulp! fishing on board the Sir Reel.
Thad Beck with his 25lb cobia.
Trout and Reds
Derek Snyder christened his new boat last week with a couple of nice redfish.
Bill McDavid with nice keeper he landed while fishing with Holly McDavid last Thursday up near the Bird Rack on a Gulp! with a shrimp under a CajunThunder.
Chase-N Fish and Elliott McDavid with their first days catch from fishing in the Steinhatchee Community Fishing Tournament. The teenage fishing team brought in a fine catch of trout and redfish fishing by themselves in the wind and rain..
Tommy Ballard and Jimmy Maulpin fishing with their buddies Craig Hall and Rob Dunagan brought in these nice trout and Spanish mackerel last week. The four man crew from St. Simons Island, GA were consistantly bringing in fine catches all week drifting the flats north of the river.
First day of the Steinhatchee community tournament left to right Greg Swindell, Hal Harkala (won the most spots contest with 11) of Jacksonville, Craig Henry of St.Pete and Hal Swindell of Jacksonville. Really nice mixed bag of trout, reds and flounder.
Story of the Week!
Carl Garofalo, Doug Kellogg, and Matt Knighton from Savanah, GA, had a fun filled week of fishing. Catching limits of reds, trout and several Spanish mackerel during their stay. The highlight of the week was when a 6 foot long tarpon hit the remaining head of a pinfish. The silver king jumped right at the boat and landed on the motor nearly knocking one of them in the water. Great story from a fun filled week.
Photo of the Week
Holly McDavid showing you how to catch one in the side.
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