Sea Hag Marina
Steinhatchee   352-498-3008
This Week 7-2-2014 at Sea Hag Marina

Happy (early) Fourth of July!


It's finally scalloping season!


And we have all the scalloping gear you 
need in stock! Holly, in the yellow Sea Hag shirt, 
will be ready to help you at the ships' store
at Sea Hag at Keaton Beach Marina.
Curtis and Silas Cromwell from St. Augustine, FL, show off their haul of scallops at Sea Hag Steinhatchee.
Zibe McKenzie and Railee McKenzie (below) from Trenton, FL, were excited to display their scallops.
Jay Berry from Louisville, KY, caught these scallops off his airboat out of Steinhatchee.
The Bearden family caught some sun and some scallops over the weekend.
After a day of scalloping, Mike Bearden, a UCF collleague of main hag, Danielle, and his wife, Kim, enjoyed the beautiful sunset on the Sea Hag Marina deck away from their kids.
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20650 Keaton Beach Drive, Perry, FL 32348


 N 29' 48.99 W 083' 36.51

Open Everyday from 6:30 am - 6:00 pm   



 Tides for Steinhatchee

Tides for Keaton Beach Area


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Scallop Ceviche

A quick, gourmet recipe by Captain Tommy Thompson


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Erica Yates from Bryceville, FL, looks ready for the Fourth of July!
Mike Wood, Autumn Abell, Emily Londono and Sebi Londono, all from Gainesville, FL, went out with Captain George Klisiewecz from Tallahassee, FL, and caught Kingfish and Spanish Mackerels using pinfish and shrimp.  


Rental boats are still available July 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, and 10th!



Our lil' Blue Sardine Shack (#1) is 

still available Saturday, July 19th! 







 A perfect day for scalloping! @seahagmarina



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Cindy Klimek from Merritt Island, FL, was pretty excited about her cooler full of scallops! She only took 45 minutes to get her limit.
Will Yates caught his very first scallop!
Cindy Quick from New Orleans, LA, and Pam Himonetos from Cocoa, FL, show us just a few from their scallop haul.
Ritchie Glass from Branwood, FL, flashed a proud smile with his bag of scallops. He kicked butt collecting more than his family members.
Chaeli Norwood doesn't look like she could fit one more scallop in that bag! She got her two gallon limit with no help from her dog, Shallow.
Brittany Baird, Blake Hedgecock and Missie Schneider look pretty pleased with their loot!
Ann Eldridge from Waycross, GA, caught this gator trout on Saturday not far from the Steinhatchee River mouth.
Logan Brown from Homerville, GA, caught this trout on live shrimp out of Steinhatchee.
Twenty-eight trout caught out of Keaton Beach this weekend!
Paul Champion from Interlachen, FL, smiles
with his big ole grouper.
Mike Scott from Madison, FL, is shown here with a 23-inch trout he caught yesterday using cut bait out of Keaton Beach.
Carol Morrow from Steinhatchee, FL, and Fred O'Donnell from Punta Gorda, FL, took a break from cleaning scallops to eat them raw. Yum!
Shel Motes' kingfish measured 48" and weighed in at a whopping 25 lbs!
Jason Witherspoon, Johnny Witherspoon and Jim Carter got there limit of trout by noon on Saturday using Sea Hag pinfish.
Schley Eldridge from Waycross, GA, caught this fine-looking trout on Friday out of Sea Hag Marina.
Radd Cadle caught this 24-inch trout on his first cast of the day!
Isabella Cadle went fishing with her grandfather, Ron Cadle, and landed this 16-inch trout out of Keaton Beach.
Ashlyn Purvis caught her very first fish, a 21-inch trout, out of Steinhatchee this week!
Maryjane and her dad, Jack Lairsey caught and cleaned their limit of scallops daily.
David helped the Lairsey family by using a vacuum cleaner to pull the guts off the scallops!

Photo of the Week for July 2, 2014  
Daniel Cano and his wife and kids scooped up their limit of scallops and had a great day aboard a Sea Hag Marina rental boat on June 30th, 2014.

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 Roomy and comfortable 24' Sea Hag fishing vessels 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 Boats 
Newly renovated Scallywag Shack. 6 Bedrooms and 3 1/2 baths. Granite counter tops, ceramic tile flooring,4 bedrooms 2 bath downstairs with outside hot water shower, 1/2 bath in the laundry. Upstairs has 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom, full kitchen and living area and a large covered and screened deck. Sleeps maximum of 15.  Great for groups, meetings or events!  Click here for more details.